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How Ontario's cervids - white-tailed deer, moose, elk and caribou - respond to a rapidly changing climate is of great interest to hunters.
Whitetails can out-hear, out-smell, and outrun you. Use these tips to bring in bucks during all phases of the rut.
Find an old, abandoned farmhouse, or other building, somewhere out in deer country, to use as a blind that time forgot.
Learning how to move around in the forest, while seeing deer and creating shooting opportunities is what makes for good woodland deer stalking.
Dr. Keith Munro’s thesis was designed to examine if deer behaviour in the landscape of fear could be used to manage deer more efficiently.
I set out to learn if harvesting large white-tailed deer with impressive antlers reduces the number of large deer in future generations.
An interest in harvesting or foraging roadkill aka bushmeat, double-dead meat, or minivan manna, has grown considerably.
Until relatively recently, only minimal attention has been paid to the well-being of other species lost on roadways in Ontario.
Few connections as deep as sharing a successful hunt with the most important people in your life, and nothing's more important than family.