https://www.facebook.com/fisheriesqu/?hc_ref=ARTETbLka9tWb9fkVCixhvXvvUYRusG3iM-4nwQCkzvuApH8_qjOGTWtOknDxEgW8vY&fref=nf&hc_location=group June 28th Please find video in link above In the past few days, the lab crew conducted some interesting experiments on Lake Ontario to determine whether gobies will consume any of the “bottom fry” stage of Smallmouth Bass if the Continue reading Tufts Lab
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Why are Eastern Milksnakes a Species at Risk in the Lower Thames Valley Watershed and Region? Habitat loss Road mortality Intentional killing Collection for the pet trade Unnaturally high mortality from pets and other predators Continue reading Eastern Milksnakes
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
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
MNRF gave the attached presentation during the OFAH AGM and Wildlife Conference. We wanted to share this info with you because it will have an impact on you in one way or another. Please share this info with your fellow Continue reading Ontario’s New Licensing Service
Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (similar to bluetongue) has been discovered in two dead deer near London, Ontario. More details will likely emerge in the coming days, but for now, we have set up a page with all of the relevant available Continue reading URGENT: Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in Deer
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In late May, the MNRF posted a proposal on the Environmental Registry outlining fundamental changes to Outdoors Cards, licensing, game seals, hunter activity and harvest reporting, and various other regulatory amendments under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act. Due to Continue reading EBR outdoors card, licensing, hunter reporting etc
MNRF reconsiders stance and brings back hunting seasons following pressure from OFAH and hunters April 25, 2017 PETERBOROUGH — In case you missed it, while making broad changes to the small game hunting regulations that came into effect on April Continue reading ICYMI: Rabbit and hare seasons restored in northern Ontario through June 15
This guide will help to ensure that you understand the rules, regulations and practices required to safely hunt wild turkey in the province of Ontario. You can find it at www.huntercourse.com/Canada/Ontario You will see that much of the information from Continue reading The new Ontario Wild Turkey Hunting Study Guide is now complete.
The Canadian Wildlife Service of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) is seeking public feedback on a baiting policy for migratory game birds. The OFAH does not support the recommendations to eliminate bait authorizations and prohibit the modification of agricultural Continue reading Seeking public feedback on a baiting policy for migratory game birds.
Our kids colouring draw is now accepting submissions via mail and email! Get your entry form at www.ontariofamilyfishing.com/colour/ Submissions are due February 24. Happy colouring! Trying to plan activities for the Family day weekend? Get your friends and family out Continue reading Ontario Family Fishing Events
Conservation Officers have the authority to ask for your hunting or fishing licence. Make sure your Outdoors Card is up to date for 2017 and always carry it on your person while enjoying your hunting or fishing experience! https://www.ontario.ca/page/renew-replace-or-update-outdoors-card
Have you ever caught a fish and then realized it has legs? Well, it was actually a mudpuppy, which is Ontario’s largest salamander! So, if you’re ice fishing this winter and you catch ‘a fish with legs’ take a picture Continue reading Mudpuppy Signtings