Whether it’s ducks or geese, Ontario OUT of DOORS has the expert waterfowl advice you need, from calling to decoys.
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.
A late-season outing near Napanee opened contributor Andrew Rochon's eyes to a level of duck hunting unlike any other he had seen.
Hilliardton Marsh Wildlife Area has installed a new observation/hunting blind for physically-challenged hunters.
Bob Alison, an internationally-respected biologist and waterfowler, unveils some simple steps for predicting the best days to be afield.
Waterfowl hunters in deep cover can create the illusion of a safe location that offers food and social contact for ducks.
This unique area of northeastern Ontario harbours some of the best duck and goose hunting in the province.
Waterfowlers can now comment on the first comprehensive set of proposed changes to the Migratory Bird Act since their inception in 1917.
These tips will lengthen the life of your decoys, add realism, and give you more bang for your buck, contributor Scott McGuigan wrote in the 2018-2019 Hunting Annual.
Conditions have been abnormally dry for most of Ontario since late spring which can have favourable and adverse impacts on wildlife — particularly ducks.