Posts Tagged ‘birds’

Hunting Small Game
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Hunting the end of cover

In some cover hiding is easy, but I learned long ago that the end of the cover is where many make-or-break moments happen.

Season's End Waterfowl
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Experiencing late-season waterfowl

For many hunters, the season’s end is a grand finale in which waterfowl can put on a display not seen at any other time.

Duck Hunting In Bad Weather
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Return safely from waterfowling

Be safe on your next over-water experience and return home safely by following these danger prevention tips.

waterfowl on the water
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Saving North America’s waterfowl

We have much to be proud of across North America and beyond when it comes to waterfowl management and conservation.

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Ask a CO: Can you release game birds on public land?

Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.

debating jakes in a field with a decoy
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Debating jakes

As hunters, we should embrace our hunting and conservation success stories, and focus less on the age and size of our harvests, Jeff Helsdon writes.

a floating wood duck
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Counting wood ducks

The Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources, and Forestry’s (NDMNRF) Airboat Duck Banding program returned for its 25th season in 2021.

a sparrow contemplating being eaten
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Study shows fear affects wildlife

A Western University study discovered that fear of predators can reduce wildlife populations by as much as 50% within a five-year period.

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Possession of migratory birds found dead allowed under variance

Government of Canada announced a variance in the Migratory Bird Regulations temporarily allowing possession of found dead migratory birds.