SWOC $1000 Donation To Long Point Waterfowl Adopt A Hen Program

Lake St Clair Chapter of Long Point Waterfowl Fund Raising Diner

During the inaugral fund raising dinner on October 25 – 1014 board members of the local South West Outdoors Club donated a $1000 contribution to the Adopt – A – Hen program for ongoing research on Mallard Ducks in the Lake St Clair – Lake Erie regions.

Each duck is specialy fitted with a GPS solar powered transmitter to follow the movements to within an 18 meters of its location. All data is then collected remotely to track the ducks day and night to determine seasonal movement and survival rates.

Adopt A Hen Program

Adopt A Hen Program

 

Pictured Left to Right

Dr Scott Petrie CEO LPW, Matt Palumbo Project Manager Mallard Tracker Program

SWOC Board members

Peter Wood and Dean Ware

presented a $1000 donation to the Adopt A Hen program

Hopefully  regular updates on “Puddles” will be on  the SWOC.ca website

 

Click For additional information regarding the Long Point Waterfowl Adopt A Hen Program

 

How To Stay Safe and Prevent A Fall Podcast 1442

Safe Tree Hunt System Founder Jim Jacques talks about his fall from a treestand during a hunt and how it changed his life. What he did to improve your chances at preventing a fall like he experienced. Some treestand climbing tips to use to make you a safer hunter. Check out www.safetreehunt.com for additional information. For Buck Fever Canada log on to www.rippleoutdoors.com/shop to order Buck Fever Synthetic Hunting Products
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Illegal Bear Hunting Results in Fines and Ban

MNR Ontario Hunting NEWS

Men Receive Fines and Hunting Bans for Illegal Hunting

 Wayne Mattice, of Enterprise, Ontario, was fined $500 for hunting black bear without a licence and $2,500 for abandoning two black bears, allowing the flesh to become unsuitable for human consumption. Mattice also received a one-year hunting licence suspension.Two men have pleaded guilty and been fined a total of $4,250 for unlawfully hunting big game and abandoning game.

Michael Dillon, originally of Enterprise and now residing in British Columbia, was fined $1,250 for hunting white-tailed deer without a licence. He was also given a two-year hunting licence suspension.

The court heard that during the 2013 regular two-week open gun season for hunting white-tailed deer, Dillon hunted deer without a licence. During the same hunting season, Mattice shot three black bears without a licence and abandoned two of the bears in the woods, allowing the meat to spoil.

Justice of the Peace Catharine E. Hickling heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Kingston, on October 7, 2014.

The ministry reminds hunters that valid hunting licences are required to hunt wild game, including black bears. It is also illegal to allow the flesh of any harvested game wildlife that is suitable for human consumption to spoil.

For further information on hunting regulations, please consult theOntario Hunting Regulations Summary available at ontario.ca/hunting.

 

To report a natural resources violation, call the MNRF TIPS line at 1-877-847-7667 toll-free any time or contact your local ministry office during regular business hours. You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

$8000 Fine for Poaching Bull Elk

Three-Year Ban and $8,000 Fine for Poaching Bull Elk

 

A Tweed man has been fined $8,000 and given a three-year hunting suspension for two hunting offences.

Joseph Abrams pleaded guilty to unlawfully hunting a bull American elk when licensed for a cow elk, and abandoning a game animal allowing its flesh to become unsuitable for human consumption.

Court heard that on September 16, 2013, Joseph Abrams was a member of a four-person party licensed to hunt cow elk near Tweed. A bull elk approached Abrams and he shot and killed it. Conservation officers from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry had gone into the hunt camp on September 16, 2013, to enquire if any members heard any shots, which they initially denied. A visit to a second camp reported hearing shots near the suspect camp. When asked, Joseph Abrams indicated that he had not shot any elk. As a result of information received later, conservation officers returned to the area accompanied by a canine detector dog. The dog was able to locate the bull elk that had been intentionally covered with brush.

Justice of the Peace Jack Chiang heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Belleville, Ontario, September 25, 2014.

Two other members of the hunting party previously pleaded guilty to related offences and were fined a total of $4,000 including one-year hunting suspensions.

For further information on hunting regulations, please consult the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary available at ontario.ca/hunting.

To report a natural resources violation, call the MNRF TIPS line at 1-877-847-7667 toll-free any time or contact your local ministry office during regular business hours. You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Bear Poachers Fined $1000

MNR NEWS Media Release – Illegally Shot Bear

 

Two McDougall Township men have been fined a total of $1,000 for a bear shooting incident.

Wayne Morris pleaded guilty to failing to report the shooting of a black bear and was fined $500. Paul Doherty pleaded guilty to making a false statement to a conservation officer and was fined $500.

The court heard that on May 20, 2014, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry conservation officers responded to a complaint about the shooting of a black bear in the Hoddys Sideroad area of McDougall, in the Parry Sound district. Officers were alerted to two persons of interest.

Charges were brought against Morris and Doherty as a result of the officers’ investigation, which involved the ministry’s canine unit and examination of DNA evidence.

Justice of the Peace Sue Hilton heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Parry Sound, September 23, 2014.

The public is reminded that under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, the shooting of a black bear must be reported to the local MNRF office or to the 1-866-514-2327 bear reporting line.

For further information on hunting regulations, please consult the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary available at ontario.ca/hunting.

To report a natural resources violation, call the MNRF TIPS line at 1-877-847-7667 toll-free any time or contact your local ministry office during regular business hours. You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Game Pak-Cart for Hunters Podcast 1441

My 400 th show since October 2006. A lot has changed in eight years of hunting and fishing online and the real world. Im proud of all the shows and it is still one of the top rated “hunting and fishing podcasts” show on Itunes. Todays guest is a hunter that needed a way to transport game and gear easiy in the rugged mountains of British Columbia. He couldn’t find a durable long lasting game cart so Ken and his son starting fabricating Sasquatch Pak-Kart. We talk about design, materials and why it lasts so long beating what ever Mother Natures decides to throw at it. I also talk about the other awesome hunting and fishing podcasts out there, so check them out. Also Check out Buck Fever Canada and Shellbourne Fuel Saving Enhancers or www.Masteringthehunt.com for some free hunting and fishing giveaways. You can also purchase my best selling book on amazon for just a buck! Hunt Talk what the deer experts told me. To buy a game cart go here www.Sasquatchfabrications.com. Please subscribe and comment on iTunes. Check out theses other hunting and fishing podcast shows also on iTunes CarrieZ, UpNorthJournal,  Wired to Hunt WorldsBestFishingShow, RenoViolaOutdoors and of course Preppers Broadcasting Network

 

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MNR News Report

MNR Media Release

A Caledon man has been fined $2,500 for unlawfully hunting moose.

Giuseppe Scalise was fined $2,500 and received a one-year hunting ban after pleading guilty to unlawfully hunting moose.

The court heard that Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry conservation officers contacted a group of hunters with a bull moose on October 15, 2012, at Rush Creek near English River, east of Thunder Bay. An investigation revealed that the moose had been shot by Scalise although he was not authorized to hunt bull moose. Scalise had been hunting alone but later arranged for an individual to go to the kill site with him and attach a bull moose validation tag to the animal. They were accompanied by members of that individual’s hunting party.

Justice of the Peace John Guthrie heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Thunder Bay, on September 5, 2014.

For further information on hunting regulations, please consult the Ontario Hunting Regulations Summary, available at ontario.ca/hunting.

To report a natural resources violation, call the MNRF TIPS line at 1-877-847-7667 toll-free any time or contact your local ministry office during regular business hours. You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Hidden Reasons Vegans Avoid As Non-Hunters Podcast 1440

Vegan turned hunter Tovar Cerulli is author of The Mindful Carnivore – In Search of Sustenance which helps provides answers to the true cost of becoming a vegan and why he became a hunter after 10 years. Hidden Reasons Vegans Avoid As Non-Hunters Podcast 1440 You can find a link to his book or cut n paste this link the www.rippleoutdoors.com/peter-recommends/the-mindful-carnivore/ You can also order Buck Fever Synthetic Scents and Shellbourne Fuel Saving Enhancers on RippleOutdoors.com

 

 

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Voice by Kramer