§ 130.03  DISCHARGE OF WEAPON, HUNTING, PROHIBITED IN BIRD SANCTUARY.
   (A)   The area embraced within the corporate limits of the town, and all lands owned or leased by the town outside the corporate limits, is hereby designated as a bird sanctuary.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful to trap, hunt, shoot, or otherwise kill, within the sanctuary established by division (A) above, any native, wild, or endangered species.
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any person, within the area hereby established, to shoot or project any stone, rock, shot, or other hard substance by means of sling shot, air rifle, bow, or other similar contrivance, or to fire any pistol, gun, or other firearm within the area, with the following exceptions:
      (1)   The shooting of bows on one’s own property, or with the permission of the property owner, for sporting purposes, not in conflict with division (B) above, as long as the objects projected stay within the boundaries of the shooter’s property;
      (2)   The discharge of a firearm or shooting device within a legally established shooting galleries or ranges;
      (3)   The discharge of a firearm or shooting device in the discharge of duty of law enforcement officers; or
      (4)   The use of firearms in the destruction of rodents or similar animals or reptiles that are considered a menace to public health or property, when permitted by special permission of the Chief of Police.
(Prior Code, § 88.01)  Penalty, see § 10.99