New Brunswick Hunting News

New Brunswick Antlerless Deer Apps
The application period for New Brunswick residents to apply for the antlerless deer draw began Monday, June 15, Natural Resources Minister Wally Stiles said.
New Brunswick Resident Moose Apps Due June 12th
Applications may now be submitted by New Brunswick residents for the annual moose draw, the application period runs from through Friday, June 12.
New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund Awards Money
Sixty-one projects related to the enhancement of the province's wildlife, fish and their habitats will receive support from the New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund.
New Brunswick Offers Hunting and Trapping Courses
Hunting and trapping enthusiasts are reminded that conservation education courses are available through the Department of Natural Resources.
New Brunswick Wildlife Councils Gains 6 New Members
Six new members have been added to the New Brunswick Wildlife Council, Natural Resources Minister Wally Stiles announced.
New Brunswick's First Private Land Protected Natural Area
Seven parcels of land at Musquash Harbour, just west of Saint John, have been designated as the first private land protected natural area (PNA) in the province.
New Brunswick Adds 30 New Protected Natural Areas
Natural Resources recently designated 30 new protected natural areas (PNA) on Crown land, adding 5,400 hectares to the existing system of Crown PNAs.
Wild TV Now Available in New Brunswick and Ontario
Wild TV Inc. is proud to announce the launch of Wild TV Hunting & Fishing Network on Rogers Cable in select areas of Ontario and New Brunswick.
Moose Harvest Increases in New Brunswick
Figures from the Department of Natural Resources for the 2008 moose hunt show a six per cent increase in the number of moose bagged over last year. These figures are in line with what biologists were expecting.
New Brunswick 2008-09 Hunting Dates Released
A list of New Brunswick hunting dates and bag limits was issued by the Department of Natural Resources.