Canada Goose Survey for Hunters

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Hunters asked to take online poll for Canada Goose hunting

The OFAH, in cooperation with the Canadian Wildlife Service and the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, will be conducting a hunter preference poll from late August into early September for individuals that hunt geese in the Southern Hunting District in Ontario. Results from the poll will inform possible changes to goose hunting regulations during the early, regular and late seasons, as well as special conservation measures for snow geese during spring in the Southern Hunting District in Ontario.
All those who hunt geese in the Southern Hunting District in Ontario are encouraged to participate in the online poll. Hunters are asked to complete the poll only once.
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