Whether it’s ducks or geese, Ontario OUT of DOORS has the expert waterfowl advice you need, from calling to decoys.

Ask a CO: Are detachable magazines allowed when shotgun hunting?

by Editorial Staff | January 14, 2021

Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.

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Flight feathers tell a story

by Barney Moorhouse | November 24, 2020

Researchers can now get a better sense of where waterfowl originated from by studying birds’ flight feathers.

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DUC acquires St. Luke’s Marsh

by Editorial Staff | November 23, 2020

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) has acquired St. Luke’s Marsh, one of the few remaining coastal wetlands on Lake St. Clair.

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Pan-seared mallard breast

by Andrew Rochon | November 5, 2020

A rustically seasoned, succulent duck breast served over a creamy squash puree is the perfect late fall, or winter meal.

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The duck "web"

by Bob Bailey | September 11, 2020

Bob Bailey shares insights from countless hours of observing how migratory ducks behave and communicate within their flocks.

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Wings of change for waterfowl

by Bob Bailey | August 25, 2020

Waterfowl hunting traditions and methods have changed, but so have the diversity and abundance of birds hunted in Ontario.

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New goose regulations

by Steve Galea | August 24, 2020

Goose hunters in WMUs 65 and 94 should be aware of changes in bag limits during the upcoming 2020-2021 season.

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More waterfowl changes

by Jeff Helsdon | May 22, 2020

More waterfowl changes to regulations will further hunting opportunities in Ontario, if approved. Final regulations to be released in July.

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Never too cold for geese and mallards

by Bob McGary | November 13, 2019

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.