How to Provide Comments on Public Wildlife Management Plans

How to Provide Comments on Public Wildlife Management Plans

How to Provide Comments on Public Wildlife Management Plans Winter is the season when hunting and angling conservation-based organizations may be asked by a fish and wildlife agency to review and provide comments on a draft management plan the agency is working on. In...
Urban Deer – British Columbia’s Ticking Time Bomb

Urban Deer – British Columbia’s Ticking Time Bomb

Urban Deer – British Columbia’s Ticking Time Bomb In May of 2019, the hunting community and the Fish & Wildlife Branch in British Columbia were thrust onto the front lines of having to go to the next level of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) management....
The Great Canadian Waterfowl Wingbee

The Great Canadian Waterfowl Wingbee

The Great Canadian Waterfowl Wingbee The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation includes seven tenants, two of which state: Wildlife species are considered an international resource. Some species, such as migratory birds, cross national boundaries. Treaties...
10 Must Reads For Canadian Hunter Conservationists

10 Must Reads For Canadian Hunter Conservationists

10 Must Reads For Canadian Hunter Conservationists It may seem like a cliché, but in order to understand where the future of responsible hunting and wildlife conservation in Canada is headed, hunter conservationists need to understand our country’s conservation...
Does Shed Antler Hunting Need To Be Regulated in Canada?

Does Shed Antler Hunting Need To Be Regulated in Canada?

Does Shed Antler Hunting Need To Be Regulated in Canada? Maybe this is something only another hunter can understand but don’t you think there is something mystical and powerful about finding a shed antler? Late one spring, I was plodding through the hard snowpack one...