Couple news paper articles with Greg Balch‘s Wildlife Expo this past winter and spring in NS. CWTF local Bluenose Long Beards Chapter through the NS Habitat Fund was able to visit several schools with this scientific animal display. Big thank Continue reading Greg Balch in the NEWS
Keep an eye out and your hands away from this plant! Across much of Ontario Wild Parsnip is in full bloom. This plant is often confused with Giant Hogweed, but is much smaller and has yellow flowers. However, like Giant Hogweed Continue reading Wild Parsnip – STAY AWAY
New arrivals at the OFAH ProShop. Wear the Federation, support conservation. New Moose long sleeve T (Available in sizes S-3XL) and the Black OFAH button-up Shirt (Available in sizes M-L) Also, Check out the new Mossy Oak/OFAH branded gear online Continue reading Shop OFAH
Now accepting registrations for the 2018 OFAH MENTORED YOUTH HUNTS. Don’t miss out!!! Spaces are limited. For complete event’s dates and locations visit our website at: www.ofah.org/youthhunting
And the winners are… See the full list of winners from the 44th Annual OFAH Conservation Lottery. 44th Annual Lottery Winners Big thanks to all of our lottery sponsors and all of you that purchased tickets to support our conservation Continue reading 44th Lottery Draw Winners
Antlerless deer validation tag quotas are now available. Follow the link to see what’s available in your area in 2018. https://bit.ly/2kNJqnY
Ontario’s Invading Species Awareness Program (ISAP) wants to know how you take action when it comes to invading species. Please take a moment to quickly answer their survey and your name will be entered into a draw for 1 of Continue reading Invading Species Survey
Introducing this special OFAH edition Buck Knife. Available now when you join/renew with the 2018 OFAH Hunting Kit 3-year membership special. The Hunting Kit Membership Special
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We will be presenting our testimony and taking questions between 11am and noon tomorrow (May 31, 2018). If interested, you can listen live (or the recorded version after the fact) at http://parlvu.parl.gc.ca/XRender/en/PowerBrowser/PowerBrowserV2/20180531/-1/29442?Language=English&Stream=Video&useragent=Mozilla/5.0%20(Windows%20NT%206.1;%20Win64;%20×64)%20AppleWebKit/537.36%20(KHTML,%20like%20Gecko)%20Chrome/66.0.3359.181%20Safari/537.36.
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The OFAH has developed a survey to seek angler, hunter and recreational shooting perspectives on lead and lead-free alternatives as we address two federal government reports on the use of these products in ammunition and fishing tackle. Visit: https://bit.ly/2jscbWq
Please keep an eye out for these tagged walleye. Ideally, release them. They are providing us with some great information that will help manage the fishery. If you retain the fish, please call it in and we’ll arrange to get Continue reading Tagged Walleye
Send in two premolars from your harvested black bear this spring! In return we will send you a Ontario Bear Hunter Crest and information about the age of your bear! See page 76 of the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary for Continue reading Bear premolars
http://www.ofahnews.com/display.php?M=767644&C=caee7bcdb9d1d1bf0c772df3be2af04f&S=2044&L=248&N=1177 Bill C-71: An Act to Amend Certain Acts and Regulations in Relation to Firearms The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) supports firearms legislation measures that increase the public safety of Canadians, as long as it doesn’t Continue reading Firearms Bill C-71
Connect with landowners about permission to hunt on private property. Download the OFAH landowner’s permission form http://bit.ly/29HfWDD and let them know about your OFAH membership and its benefits.