A hunting license can be obtained from RSCN headquarters in Amman. You have to complete the application form and to pass a test if you are a first timer hunter, and to fulfill all special requirements (a valid shotgun license, photograph and the fees) and your license will be issued on the spot. The license can be obtained by an agent acting on your behalf, providing the required photograph and documents are available.
The areas, seasons and bag limits for hunting are agreed upon each year or whenever it’s needed through a special committee mandated from the minister of the agriculture according to the law and are then published. They can be obtained from the RSCN.
All licensed hunters receive a copy of a special brochure about the hunting schedule and regulations. In addition to that, RSCN has recently published the "Hunters' Guide" book which provides a full background description of huntable species and other wildlife features useful for hunters. One tool that is used to evaluate the status of waterbirds which may be huntable species is National Waterbird Census.
Non-Jordanians and non-residents are allowed to hunt in the country, but they must obtain a license from RSCN and this license is only valid for one week. They must also have written permission from the Ministry of Interior to carry and use a hunting weapon within Jordan.
It is strictly prohibited to deal with or use falcons for hunting in Jordan. It is also illegal to bring them into the country or handle any species of falcons or other birds of prey. Anyone found hunting or transporting falcons shall face fines and the confiscation of their birds, unless a special permit is obtained from RSCN.