Top 10 stories of 2019

by Editorial Staff | December 20, 2019
An assortment of previous OOD issues

As 2019 draws to a close, we’re looking back at what piqued your interest throughout the year.
The following list includes breaking news stories, informative features, and perennial favourites.

Here are the 10 most popular articles on www.oodmag.com from 2019:

1) Problems with MNRF online licenses reported – click here to read

An open laptop featuring the homepage of the Fish and Wildlife site

2) Errors in 2019 Ontario fishing regs – click here to read

3) Trail cam photo contest 2019 voting – click here to read

wild turkeys standing beside each other in a row

4) Potential record wild turkey harvested – click here to read

A woman fans the feathers of a turkey

5) Grizzlies in Ontario? – click here to read

A grizzly bear on a trail camera

6) Provincial budget cuts hit MNRF hard – click here to read

A government building

7) Changes to 2019 fishing regulations – click here to read

Two medium-sized fish caught in a net on a dock.

8) Rare buck vampire deer – click here to read

A man holds a deer skull

9) Wild pigs threaten Ontario – click here to read

A close-up of a wild boar

10) Parliament lets RCMP off the hook – click here to read

A close up of the RCMP national home page

Honourable mentions:

Cormorant hunt proposal in final stages
Elk antlers unearthed
Canadian gun laws in the media

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