|(a) Possession of wildlife resource. A person may give, leave, receive, or possess any species of legally taken wildlife resource, or a part of the resource, that is required to have a tag or permit attached or is protected by a bag or possession limit, if the wildlife resource is accompanied by a wildlife resource document from the person who killed or caught the aquatic resource. An wildlife resource may be possessed without a WRD by the person who took the wildlife resource, provided the person is in compliance with all other applicable provisions of this subchapter and the Parks and Wildlife Code. The properly executed wildlife resource document shall accompany the wildlife resource until it reaches the possessor's permanent residence and is finally processed. The wildlife resource document must contain the following information: (1) the name, signature, address, and fishing license number, as required, of the person who killed or caught the wildlife resource; (2) the name of the person receiving the wildlife resource; (3) a description of the wildlife resource (number and type of species or parts); (4) the date the wildlife resource was killed or caught; and (5) the location where the wildlife resource was killed or caught (name of ranch; area; lake, bay or stream; and county). (b) Importation. (1) No person may import into this state or possess an aquatic wildlife resource taken outside this state, unless the person possessing the aquatic wildlife resource produces upon demand by a game warden a valid fishing, or other applicable license, stamp, tag, permit, or document for the state or country in which the wildlife resource was legally taken. (2) A person possessing a wildlife resource under this section must produce upon demand by a game warden a valid driver's license or personal identification certificate. (3) Any person may possess a wildlife resource killed outside this state that is listed in this state as threatened or endangered, provided the person possesses proof that the animal or bird was lawfully killed.