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PHASE II OF THE MOOSE PROJECT - HAVE YOUR SAY by August 14, 2015

The MNRF has initiated Phase II of the Moose Project, which is focused on factors, other than licensed hunting, that affect moose populations. In Phase I, stakeholders were asked to comment on changes to licensed moose hunting seasons in northern Ontario.

Even if you submitted comments in Phase I, it is important to take the time to comment in Phase II to ensure that your input is given due consideration by the government.

What to do:
* Read the Environmental Registry (EBR) posting 012-4587 (http://bitly.com/mooseII)
* Review the Supporting Information (located under the "Other Information" section of the EBR posting) for more background on the issue
* Email your comments to mooseproject@ontario.ca and type ER 012-4587 in the subject line and please cc: us at ofah@ofah.org on the message

Commenting deadline is August 14, 2015.

To learn more about where the OFAH stands on this and how we have been involved in moose management, visit www.ofah.org/moose

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Youth Hunting
Providing opportunities for young hunters to gain the expertise, licenses and skills they need to hunt safely is an increasing priority for the OFAH, our member clubs and other stakeholders in the outdoor community. Under the guidance of trained instructors and mentors, potential young hunters will have the opportunity to take the appropriate courses and upon successful completion, to experience a hunt for the first time.

OFAH Get Outdoors Waterfowler Heritage Day Hunt
September 18 & 19, 2015 - Prince Edward County
OFAH / Delta Heritage Day Youth Hunt
September 19, 2015 - Bewdley Ontario

More 2015 Dates.

OFAH/OPG Travelling TackleShare Program Dates
August 8 - Cornwall
August 9 - Peterborough
August 15 - Darlington
August 16 - Caledon
August 22 - Bon Echo Provincial Park
August 29 - Kingston's Perch Derby
Click here for details or more dates

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MNRF releases surplus moose tags

Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters is the oldest and largest nonprofit, nongovernment fish and wildlife conservation organization in Canada.  With more than 100,000 members, subscribers and supporters, and 720 member clubs, the OFAH is the VOICE of anglers and hunters.

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