Hunting in Tuscany. The rules for 'commuter' or 'away' hunters arrive, those who reside in one region but usually hunt in another neighboring one: rules of reciprocal exchange between Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio concerning the hunting season in progress. The Tuscan council approved the two agreements, which are part of the same resolution presented by the councilor Marco Remaschi. Tuscany is divided into hunting areas and there is a rule that also provides for registration to those who are not resident in the region: the ceiling is 4 percent of eligible hunters for each area which becomes 5 percent, with daily access in mobility, for the migratory hunting or the wild boar joke.
THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN UMBRIA AND TUSCANY. In the agreement with Umbria i hunters coming from the two regions and who intend to apply for hunting residency in a different one from the one where they have their registered residence, they will have priority over those who require registration in the areas as an additional ATC.
In Tuscany in particular, the first seven hundred Umbrian hunters who apply and at least one thousand places will be reserved for daily bookings. There will also be eighteenth-century Tuscan hunters who will be given priority in registering for an Umbrian area. For wild boar hunting, the hunters of the two regions, enrolled in the previous hunting season in local teams, will be reconfirmed for the duration of this agreement, upon registration with the relevant ATC.