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Proposed changes to Migratory Birds Regulations could end baiting

by Jeff Helsdon

Outdoor groups are encouraging waterfowlers to let their opinion be known on a proposal for Canada’s Migratory Birds Regulations that could end baiting. Read more

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Inside SHOT Show 2017

We’re taking you inside SHOT Show 2017 in Las Vegas with coverage on the latest gear and innovations. Read more

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Outdoors card a little different this year

Turkey hunters might notice their new outdoors card no longer bears the “T” inscription formerly used to indicate the owner had passed the wild turkey hunting education course. Read more


OOD’s 10 most popular articles in 2016

We thought it would be fun to take a look back at what piqued your interest this year. Here are the ten most viewed articles on oodmag.com over 2016: Read more

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UPDATED: Turkey hunting changes confirmed for 2017

Ontario’s wild turkey hunting season will look different now that proposed changes are confirmed for Jan. 1, 2017 implementation. Read more

August solunar

Federal Fisheries Act review closes for comment tomorrow

Anglers and conservationists can have their ideas heard in a review of the federal Fisheries Act. The first phase of the two-phase consultation closes on Friday, Nov. 25. Read more


ECO wants MNRF to step up

The new Environmental Commissioner of Ontario released her first annual Environmental Protection Report on October 26… it outlined her office’s concern for Ontario’s moose, bats, and amphibians… Read more

Migratory Bird Act

Migratory Birds Act: One century later

One of the greatest conservation initiatives ever — the Migratory BirdsConvention Act — is now 100 years old. Read more


Lake Simcoe anglers are recycling fishing line

Dozens of fishing line recycle receptacles are springing up in several locations around Lake Simcoe. Read more

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Advanced Taxidermy’s stolen antlers recovered

Antlers, valued at $1.5 million, stolen from Advanced Taxidermy have been recovered and charges laid. Read more