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.
Management and regulation of small game and fur-bearers in Ontario will receive a long-awaited overhaul if proposals in 2 provincial Environmental Bill of Rights Registry notices are approved. The notices are only open to comment for one more week, click Continue reading Small Game Changes on the way
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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.
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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.