It’s been a “hit-or-miss season” for annual moose aerial inventories, an MNRF expert told OFAH members during a recent webinar.
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About 12,000 deer and wildlife vehicle collisions occur annually in Ontario, resulting in approximately 400 human injuries.
Gun pods are as indispensable to me as iPods once were to Apple aficionados. For a big game hunt, I don’t leave home without one.
The discovery of a suffering male mule deer was confirmed on Nov. 1, 2021 as Manitoba’s first case of chronic wasting disease (CWD).
Few connections as deep as sharing a successful hunt with the most important people in your life, and nothing’s more important than family.
The 2021 Hunter Survey drew hundreds of participants back in October, and the results are here. Keep your eyes open for our next campaign.
When traditional tracking skills are combined with new blood-detection and tracking products, lost game can become a thing of the past.
Understanding how big bucks use different features in their environment is key to outsmarting pressured whitetails.
Learn how to call, track, and locate moose using Ontario’s water-rich environments with a variety of water-based strategies.