It depends where you’re hiking. It’s illegal to remove natural objects from natural parks, but local/state forests may make different distinctions. It’s certainly not a commonly prosecuted offense.
if you are hiking over seas and want to take it home, not feathers or anything from animals, but you could probably take a rock or something like that
In the US, it is illegal to possess (and it can be worse to actually collect) feathers or any other part of owls, hawks, eagles, and falcons, with some exceptions for Native American tribe members. And it is an increasingly commonly prosecuted offense.
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