Dark green: Days when fish and game are most active
Light green: Days when fish and game are more active than usual
OFAH key date reminder:
• Sept. 1: Black bear opens in some Central and Southern units; deer bow in select WMUs; falconry seasons open in many WMUs; ducks open in Hudson-James Bay District; geese in Hudson-James Bay, Northern, and Central Districts; mourning doves in Central and Southern Districts; fall turkey tags available
• Sept. 4: Waterfowler Heritage Day Hudson James Bay and Northern District
• Sept. 7: Black bear opens in some Central and Southern units
• Sept. 9: Early geese opens in Southern District
• Sept. 10: Ducks open in Northern District
• Sept. 11: Waterfowler Heritage Day in Central District
• Sept. 15: Grouse, small game, wolf, and coyote open in select units; woodcock opens most WMUs
• Sept. 18: National Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing Heritage Day; #CamoDay; Waterfowler Heritage Day in Southern District; ducks open in Central District; moose gun and bow opens in select units
• Sept. 20: Elk season opens in harvest areas
• Sept. 25: Grouse/small game opens in many Southern units; woodcock in remaining WMUs
• Sept. 25: Waterfowl opens in Southern District; moose bow season opens in select units
Major AM/PM: Daily times when fish and animals are likely to be most active. Periods also last two hours, beginning at listed time.
Also, to get appropriate sunrise and sunset times for your area, visit the Government of Canada’s weather website.