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Hunters – if you harvest an animal wearing an ear-tag with the phone number 1-866-514-2327, this animal was chemically immobilized in the past using veterinary drugs. Health Canada has established recommended guidelines for consumption. Please call the above number for Continue reading Ear Tagged Animals
Black bear hunters, please help! By sending in premolars from your harvested black bear, you can help determine the ages of local bear populations. In return, you’ll receive a bear hunter crest! See pg 81 of the regulations for more Continue reading ATTN: BEAR HUNTERS
Ontario is proposing a new and improved Moose Management Program based on recommendations from our big game management committee. We encourage you to review the proposal and provide comments by September 26. https://ero.ontario.ca/notice/019-0405
Licences expire 31 December 2018? You can purchase on-line licences now. (1) go to website and create an account (2) log in and make your purchases. Click on “My Account” and log in using your outdoors card and the password Continue reading License expire soon?
The MNRF is proposing to establish a hunting season for double-crested cormorants, which would run from March 15 to December 31. In principle, the government is planning to use hunters as a tool to reduce cormorant populations and mitigate their Continue reading CORMORANTS
Did you know you can play a part in helping manage Ontario’s wild elk population? Report your elk sightings at: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/ontario-elk-distribution
There are 12 different Chronic Wasting Disease monitoring depots open in #Ontario, including five close to the Ontario/Quebec border where a recent case of #CWD was discovered. If you’re harvesting deer in these areas, please participate in the program by Continue reading Chronic Wasting Disease monitoring depots open in Ontario,
Planning to hunt black bear this fall? Remember the regulations regarding the placement of bait. See page 75 for more black bear hunting info https://www.ontario.ca/document/ontario-hunting-regulations-summary
Out for a hike and notice an animal acting strange or unusual? The Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative wants to know about it. Report your sightings to the CWHC: https://goo.gl/MrWhCG
Attention hunters and anglers! While we get the new Fish and Wildlife Licensing Service up and running, there will be a short period from November 19th to 25th, 2018, during which you won’t be able to buy Ontario fishing and Continue reading Licensing System Update
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
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
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
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.
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