Posts Tagged ‘Wildlife’

December 2017
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December 2019 solunar calendar

Dark green: Days when fish and game are most active.Light green: Days when fish and game are more active than usual.Unofficial key dates: Dec. 14 Black bear mandatory report deadline for residents.Dec. 29 Moose mandatory report deadline.Jan. 1 Many ice-fishing seasons open across the province. Check your Outdoors Card for expiry date, and renew if […]

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Trail Cam Photo Contest 2019 winners

This year’s Ontario OUT of DOORS Trail Cam Photo Contest drew hundreds of impressive entries and thousands of votes.

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November 2019 solunar calendar

Dark green: Days when fish and game are most active.Light green: Days when fish and game are more active than usual.Unofficial key dates: Nov. 4 General southern Ontario deer gun hunt opensNov. 11 Remembrance DayNov. 14 Fall turkey report deadlineNov. 21 World Fisheries Day Day SunRise SunSet MoonRise MoonSet MinorAM MajorAM MinorPM MajorPM 1 7:58 […]

October 2018
Solunar Calendar
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October 2019 solunar calendar

Dark green: Days when fish and game are most active.Light green: Days when fish and game are more active than usual.Unofficial key dates: Oct. 1 General Ontario deer bow opens; wild turkey bow opens in select unitsOct. 10 Controlled deer hunt results availableOct. 12 Adult moose gun season opens in select WMUsOct. 13 Elk reporting deadlineOct. 15 […]

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Wildlife collisions revisited

A recent University of Waterloo study published in The Journal of Environmental Planning and Management suggests many wildlife-vehicular accidents are preventable if roads are built with…

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City of Ottawa introduces wildlife protection protocol

Recommendations could become conditions for new homes

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Research money announced for trapping

Fur industry directly employs 70,000 Canadians

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Wildlife stamp unveiled for 2015

Sales support conservation projects across Canada

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Barcoding Wildlife

In the near future people will be able to use their cellphones as part of a process to identify fish, wildlife, insects, plants and fungi.