(A)   It shall be unlawful to trap, hunt, shoot or attempt to shoot or molest in any manner any bird or any animal.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful to destroy starlings or other birds (such as jays or English sparrows) or predatory animals (such as wildcat or fox) when such birds or animals are found to be congregating, a nuisance or menace to health or property. If any such are declared by qualified authorities to be creating a public nuisance, and the Legislative Council be so informed, appropriate action may be taken by duly constituted officials after a thorough investigation. Trapping or killing of animals or birds shall not be resorted to unless Audubon Societies, bird clubs, garden clubs or humane societies are unable to find a satisfactory alternative.
('66 Code, § 46-1) Penalty, § 95.99(A)