There is nothing more rewarding for a family than passing on the tradition of hunting down to their children. This family is teaching these children how to carry on that tradition and not depend on anyone to gather food for Continue reading Dusty & Kids Rabbit Hunting
Hunter orange: The do’s and don’ts
What do you do if you find a #tick on your body? Here’s a four step process to follow: Visit www.ofah.org/lymedisease
No matter the time of year, no matter the species being hunted — responsible hunters respect private property.
21-02_Sunday_Hunting_map_public_SO_tabloid_20160707 Sunday Gun Hunting
Safety is paramount when you’re out enjoying a hunt. Here’s some important reminders to consider regarding tree stand safety.
When you’re searching for somewhere to hunt this fall, don’t forget to use the OFAH/Landowner permission form. It’s a simple document that helps build a level of trust between hunters and landowners across the province. http://bit.ly/1Kmz568
Attention hunters! You can earn a crest by helping us protect deer populations from chronic wasting disease (CWD). This fatal brain disease, not yet found in Ontario (but present in several nearby US states) affects white-tailed deer, elk and mule Continue reading Attention hunters!
Test your Moose knowledge! Can you tell the difference between a calf moose and a cow? Check out these photos to learn more about the differences between their facial shape, tracks and body colouring.
Reporting is easy and you get immediate results. Call 1-800-327-BAND or visit: www.reportband.gov
Make sure you take some time to comment on the EBR proposal by visiting www.ofah.org/wildturkeyregs and you could be participating in the hunt in 2017.
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is proposing some significant changes to wild turkey management in Ontario. How will that impact you as a hunter? http://bit.ly/2cENiWI EBR Posting: http://bit.ly/2dxe1RA
City of Thorold Please find attached the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) submission letter to be included in tonight’s council meeting package. As you will read in our letter, the OFAH have serious concerns about how this by-law Continue reading City of Thorold Discharge of Firearms By-Law Submission Letter
https://news.ontario.ca/mnr/en/2016/02/ontario-to-expand-black-bear-hunting-pilot.html IT’S BACK. The Province of Ontario has officially confirmed the expansion of the Spring Bear Hunt. The expansion takes effect May 1, 2016 Ontario is expanding the spring bear hunting pilot to gather further information to assess concerns voiced Continue reading Ontario to Expand Black Bear Hunting Pilot Province Committed to Sustainable Black Bear Management
Len Dickinson to OFAH – Zone F February 19 at 12:46pm Expansion of Black Bear Pilot and Regulation of Bear Baiting In 2014, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) introduced a two-year black bear pilot that included a limited early Continue reading Expansion of Black Bear Pilot and Regulation of Bear Baiting
Coyote Workshops 2016