British Columbia Hunting News

British Columbia Caribou Strategy Making Headway
Government is making progress on the planning, consultation and legal changes to protect 2.2 million hectares of mountain caribou habitat.
British Columbia Dedicates New WMA
Members of the Squamish Nation, local politicians and other guests joined Environment Minister Barry Penner to officially dedicate the Squamish Estuary Wildlife Management Area (WMA).
British Columbia Spring Grizzly Bear Authorizations
The number of authorizations for the Spring 2008 Grizzly Bear hunt are now available online.
British Columbia Increases Elk and Deer Opportunities
The Fish and Wildlife Branch of the Ministry of Environment is opening new elk and white-tailed deer hunting opportunities for junior and senior hunters in the Kootenays.
British Columbia: Do Not Hunt Ear-Tagged Bighorn Sheep
The Ministry of Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program have coordinated two recent transplants of bighorn sheep.
British Columbia 2007 Hunting Regulations Available Online
The British Columbia hunting and trapping regulations for 2007-08 are now available online, through Service BC Government Agents' offices, and in stores where hunting and trapping licences are sold.
British Columbia Limited Entry Hunts
A synopsis of this year's Limited Entry Hunt (LEH) regulations is now available online, and will soon be available in its printed form at Service BC offices and stores where hunting licences are sold, Environment Minister Barry Penner announced.
British Columbia Convicts Second Man in Eagle Poaching Case
An Ontario man involved in trafficking eagle parts in British Columbia was fined a total of $25,000 in penalties after his appearance in Surrey Provincial Court on April 17.
British Columbia Begins Review of Wildlife Act
A consultation process for the first major review of British Columbia's Wildlife Act in 25 years is underway, Environment Minister Barry Penner announced.
British Columbia's Water Use Plan to Benefit Wildlife
Changes that will benefit fish and wildlife habitat, shoreline conditions and recreational access have been approved for BC Hydro's Columbia hydroelectric operations, Environment Minister Barry Penner announced today.