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OFAH hosting information sessions on Asian carp threat
OFAH hosting information sessions on Asian carp threat

OFAH hosting information sessions on Asian carp threat

November 13, 2014 With voracious appetites and rapid reproduction rates, Asian carps currently pose one of the greatest threats to the biodiversity of the Great Lakes. An Asian carps invasion would jeopardize the Great Lakes’ $5-billion fishery and decimate native fish populations.…

OFAH Media Release
OFAH Media Release

OFAH Media Release

November 10, 2014 OFAH Bring Back The Salmon Program reaches significant milestones Restoring a lost species is a long and challenging process. Atlantic Salmon were among the first fish species in the Great Lakes to be eliminated by human activities,…

Ontario government seeking public comment on return of spring bear hunt
Ontario government seeking public comment on return of spring bear hunt

Ontario government seeking public comment on return of spring bear hunt

Fifteen years ago, politics trumped science when the Conservative government caved into pressure from big city animal rights extremists and cancelled the spring bear hunt. Although Ontario has a healthy and sustainable bear population, those responsible for the 1999 cancellation…

Severe Winter Puts Ontario’s Deer Herds at Risk
Severe Winter Puts Ontario’s Deer Herds at Risk

Severe Winter Puts Ontario’s Deer Herds at Risk

White-tailed deer in parts of Ontario are experiencing one of the worst winters in recent memory. “Deep snow, hard crusts and frigid temperatures could result in significant mortality of adult deer and the loss of this spring’s fawn crop,” says…