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Thread: Do you support a cormorant hunt?

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    Default Do you support a cormorant hunt?

    An Environmental Bill of Rights (EBR) Registry Proposal Notice (number 013-4124) that began Nov. 19 and ends Jan. 3 asks for public input regarding a proposed hunting season for double-crested cormorants starting in 2019.
    Ontario Out of Doors would like to hear from you as well. Join this online forum thread to have your say. Or email your letter to the editor at mail@oodmag.com. We want to know if you have seen cormorants or colonies in your area (include the general area: lake, river, or closest town) and whether or not you would support or partake in the hunt.


    Environmental Registry of Ontario
    Proposal to establish a hunting season for double-crested cormorants in Ontario
    https://ero.ontario.ca/notice/013-4124
    Last edited by OOD Edit; December 5th, 2018 at 02:16 PM.

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    Yes, a hunt or a cull, western basin of lake Erie, along the shore of #3 hwy and surrounding islands

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    Yes, I support it 100%
    "No one's interested in something you didn't do"

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    Yes I support a Cormorant hunt. My only concern is "antis" seeing dead ones washed up on shores. Cormorant corpse drop off depots (incinerators) would be handy..................................Daniel

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    Quote Originally Posted by boogaloo View Post
    Yes I support a Cormorant hunt. My only concern is "antis" seeing dead ones washed up on shores. Cormorant corpse drop off depots (incinerators) would be handy..................................Daniel
    We can burn them...just don't don't let GW stack them.

    I wonder how many Kilowatts a ton of Cormorants can generate?

    Oh ya I am for a hunt....

    We can hunt Hullet in the summer now too. If you can stand the bugs...
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    I'm for the cull.

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    Cull, yes! Hunt, no!
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    Call it what you want, their numbers need to me controlled. Sign me up.

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    Yep. I support the hunt. But good point about leaving carcasses.
    I've been seeing cormorants regularly on Georgian Bay, north of Parry Sound, (singles and pairs) but haven't found a nearby colony yet .
    Where are you guys seeing them? I'm putting together a map to track sightings/colonies so post locations please.

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    the OOD newsletter I read this morning spoke about it. You still have to get rid of the carcasses. You can't leave them to wash up on shore.

    I'm 100% for this. My Bay of Quinte fishing trips just got a little bit more interesting. Snake Island here I come!
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