Posts Tagged ‘Hunting’

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Ask a CO: What can we do about these dogs?

A Conservation Officer explains how hunting dogs must remain under the hunter’s control and the rules regarding dogs on private property.


Meghan Patrick at home in the woods

Canadian country singer and songwriter Meghan Patrick doesn’t hide her love for hunting, even though she’s faced backlash on social media for it. In an exclusive interview with Ontario OUT of DOORS, the Bowmanville native opened up about her love of the outdoors, how she became a hunter, and its impact on her career.


Expecting tears during deer hunt

The waves washed up against the icy shoreline as I cut the engine and grounded the boat. Shawn scrambled over the bow with the rope in hand, just as a shot rang out in the distance.

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January 2020 solunar calendar

The solunar calendar for January 2020 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

December 2017
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December 2019 solunar calendar

The solunar calendar for December 2019 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

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Hunting fatality under investigation

The circumstances surrounding the death of a hunter found in Morley Township west of Fort Frances earlier this week remain under investigation.

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Cormorant hunt proposal in final stages

One more obstacle preventing a cormorant hunt was addressed on November 7 when the provincial government updated the Environmental Registry of Ontario (ERO) proposal regarding the hunt.

camo-clad hunter stalking deer in snowy forest
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Lessons learned from deer stalking

Of all the ways to hunt deer, nothing is more challenging than putting the stalk on them. Whitetail deer are built to sense danger on the ground, and have developed incredible senses of smell, sight, and hearing to avoid predators.

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Never too cold for geese and mallards

It’s never too cold to harvest geese or wind-buffeted mallards, Bob McGary writes after taking part in a hunt on a snow-covered field near Hamilton.