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30 Dead ducks found on Woodbine Beach

On the morning of November 5, 30 dead ducks and one dead heron were found on Woodbine Beach. Toronto Animal Services have since removed them…

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UPDATE – MNRF in possession of cougar carcass found near Thunder Bay

UPDATE – DNA testing of the Thunder Bay-area cougar carcass, completed by the US Forest Service, has determined, with 95% certainty, that the cougar’s genetics were most closely related to individuals from the region of…

November 2017 Solunar Calendar
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November 2017 Solunar Calendar

The November 2017 solunar calendar is now available! Find out when wildlife is most likely to be active this month.

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Epic moose-wolf battle captured on video

He was on his way back to his camp when he saw something streak into the water, so he moved the drone back in. It was a wolf going after the moose…watch the video!

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Ask a C.O. – Carrying multiple firearms

We are often asked about the use of multiple firearms when hunting. So we’ve rounded up some of our most helpful question and answers from our “Ask a C.O.” section of the magazine.  

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A fall hunt foiled by foliage

The early opening of the small game season this year in my area is something I was grateful for. But honestly, I will be far happier hunting during the end of the season. The reason is foliage.

October 2017
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October 2017 Solunar Calendar

The October 2017 Solunar Calendar is available now! Find out when wildlife is most likely to be active this month.

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6 Tips for taking kids hunting

Children can’t take the hunter education course or legally hunt as an apprentice until they are 12, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait more than a decade to take your kids hunting.

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Deer disease detected in Ontario for first time

The infectious epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) has been detected in two whitetail deer from the London area, according to the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative (CWHC). This news was confirmed yesterday by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF).