Big game, small game, upland, or waterfowl, Ontario OUT of DOORS brings you the latest tips and tricks.

a buck pursues a doe

Following bucks through the seasons

by Tom Armstrong | October 21, 2020

Whitetail bucks cover a lot of ground during the year, and even throughout a hunt. Here's how to follow bucks as their desires change.

Former Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay dies

by Steve Galea | October 15, 2020

Former Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay died in Halifax, Nova Scotia on July 29, 2020 at the age of 72.


Aluminum boats exempt for now

by Jeff Helsdon | October 9, 2020

Aluminum boats don’t look to be a part of the on-again, off-again metal trade battle between Canada and the United States.

a fallen, forgotten take-out cup embedded in leaves

Slobs cause Quinte Conservation to charge parking fees

by Steve Galea | October 8, 2020

Quinte Conservation (QC) has resumed charging for parking to offset burgeoning cleanup costs.

No delays with Outdoors Cards: MNRF

by Editorial Staff | October 6, 2020

The pandemic has not caused any delays to the production and distribution of Outdoors Cards, an MNRF spokesperson confirmed.

How to hunt cormorants, featuring a roost filled with waterfowl, overlooking some water

How to hunt cormorants

by Steve Galea | October 5, 2020

Ontario’s new cormorant hunt is welcome news to anglers, hunters, and recreational boaters, as well as shoreline property owners.

a Remington firearm with a box of ammo

Remington sold

by Jeff Helsdon | October 2, 2020

Remington, as it was known, is no more, in one of the biggest shakeups the firearms industry has ever seen.

Cormorant carcasses sought

by Editorial Staff | October 2, 2020

The Fleming College Fish & Wildlife program is collecting double-crested cormorant carcasses from around the province for educational and research purposes.

hunting during a pandemic, equipped with firearm and disposable face mask

Hunting during a pandemic

by Dr. Keith Munro | September 30, 2020

By planning ahead and making some changes, hunters can keep doing what they love while contributing to the fight against COVID-19.