About the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters
The Voice of Anglers and Hunters
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is the oldest and largest nonprofit, nongovernment fish and wildlife conservation organization in Canada. We proudly represent more than 100,000 OFAH members, subscribers and supporters on issues of importance to anglers, hunters and conservationists.
At all levels of government, the OFAH is recognized as a highly professional and "devastatingly effective" advocate for Ontario's natural resources and the rights and traditions of anglers and hunters. OFAH leadership on issues such as invasive species, anti poaching, fisheries restoration, firearms issues and hunter education, are admired and often sought-after internationally by other organizations.
Since 1928, OFAH members have been the backbone of Ontario's fish and wildlife conservation work. From investing in fish hatcheries, improving habitat, restoring wildlife and delivering youth programs, OFAH membership gets results.
Travel anywhere in the province and you will find OFAH members improving local streams and saving wetlands; reintroducing wildlife and stocking lakes; teaching hunter safety and taking kids fishing; feeding deer in winter emergencies and building waterfowl nesting boxes; raising funds through the OFAH Conservation Lottery; and proudly promoting the traditions of hunting and fishing that help keep Ontario strong.
Over the years, the OFAH has invested millions of dollars in fish and wildlife research and restoration projects. We have helped save public access to our Crown land, stopped unnecessary no-discharge of firearms bylaws and pushed for extended seasons and extra tags for big game hunters.
Have your voice heard - join the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.
- Invading Species Awareness Program
- Boater Exam®–Get your Pleasure Craft Operator Card
- How to Find Crown Land for Hunting & Fishing
- Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary
- Connect with OFAH on Social Media
- OFAH Manager of Communications talks to AM640 about the merits of engaging youth in hunting.
- OFAH welcomes common sense approach to firearms licensing
- Ontario court throws out long-gun registry Charter challenge
- Our Manager of Fish and Wildlife Services talks hunting ethics with the Globe and Mail
- Sunday gun hunting allowed in Strathroy-Caradoc