- Guns & Gear
- Where To Go
Whether it’s ducks or geese, Ontario OUT of DOORS has the expert waterfowl advice you need, from calling to decoys.
When the precipitous decline in numbers of waterfowl hunters became recognized almost three decades ago, conservation organizations stepped up to develop hunter recruitment programs.
Less often turns out to be more in waterfowling. Present day snow goose field-hunting rigs fall just short of an amusement park in terms of size, set-up, and complexity.
Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.
Researchers can now get a better sense of where waterfowl originated from by studying birds’ flight feathers.
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) has acquired St. Luke’s Marsh, one of the few remaining coastal wetlands on Lake St. Clair.
A rustically seasoned, succulent duck breast served over a creamy squash puree is the perfect late fall, or winter meal.
Bob Bailey shares insights from countless hours of observing how migratory ducks behave and communicate within their flocks.
Waterfowl hunting traditions and methods have changed, but so have the diversity and abundance of birds hunted in Ontario.
Goose hunters in WMUs 65 and 94 should be aware of changes in bag limits during the upcoming 2020-2021 season.