Two Pickering wetland projects spearheaded by conservation organizations have received a historic $925,000 in provincial funding. The five-year, $20-million Wetlands Conservation Partner Program supports projects. This includes restoring and enhancing large-scale wetlands, smaller wetlands on agricultural lands, and wetlands in Continue reading Province funds wetlands
When fishing a sinking presentation, fine-tuning the fall rate can help you catch more walleye. At times, fish respond best to a slow, subtle drop, but there are times when the commotion of a fast-sinking lure smashing into a lakebed Continue reading Pounding the floor for walleye
New public waterfowling area created If the announcement of a new public waterfowl hunting area isn’t enough to get waterfowlers excited, the fact that it is on the site of one of the most esteemed hunting clubs on Lake St. Continue reading New public waterfowl area created
Funding to reduce Simcoe phosphorous Four multi-year projects aiming to reduce the amount of phosphorus entering Lake Simcoe are getting more than $1.3 million in provincial funding. This year, most of the projects being funded are led by Lake Simcoe Continue reading Funding to reduce Simcoe phosphorous
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Province funds wetlands
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Approved Trackers List for 2023 – Big Blood Trackers of Ontario – See details below 1. How do I find a tracker in my area? – Click and view the list attached to this post and pinned at the top Continue reading Approved Trackers List for 2023 – Big Blood Trackers of Ontario
The whitetail rut is caused by the photoperiod, not a change in temperatures or weather? As the hours of daylight change, it causes the does to go into heat, triggering the bucks to rut.
Microplastics problem continues to grow
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Spotted Lanternfly CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has added SLF to its list of regulated pests to help prevent the introduction and spread from infested areas. Spotted lanternfly has not been identified during surveys conducted by the Continue reading Spotted Lanternfly
Does our urine spook deer?
Hunting safety reminder issued
Grass carp caught in Upper Niagara River
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT THE SURVEY Less than 15 minutes of your time is all it will take to help. Maya Basdeo, graduate student researcher and member of the Ontario Federation of Anglers & Hunters board of directors, Continue reading A survey for hunters in Canada about conservation
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New aquatic invasive found in Ontario