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Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.
Year-round, I have deer in my yard, but my yard isn’t a deer yard. A “deer yard” is an area where deer concentrate during the winter months.
Columnist Gord Ellis shares his tradition of celebrating hunting and family with a meal dubbed “BeastFeast.”
Additional regulations meant to prevent Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) from entering Ontario were introduced on December 17.
A unique doe harvested southwest of Ottawa last December either overcame an injury or infection in a leg joint, experts believe,
What species is that? It’s a phrase we often hear. Unfortunately, and all too often, the answer provided is wrong, or only partially correct.
A proposal meant to drastically reduce the risk of CWD from entering the province was announced on July 15 on the Environmental Registry of Ontario.
Deer use minerals heaviest during the spring and into the summer. If you plan on setting a mineral site, get it going as early as possible.