New Brunswick Hunting News

New Brunswick Moose License Results Available
The results of the 2007 moose license draw are available. Hunters who entered the draw may find out if they were successful by calling 1-800-459-3729, or online at http://www.gnb.ca/Natural Resources. The toll-free number will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
New Brunswick Deer Permit Applications Available
The application period for the 2007 antlerless deer permit draw is now underway. New Brunswick residents who want to hunt antlerless deer must purchase their 2007 deer hunting licences and apply for permits.
New Brunswick Changes Moose Lottery System
Changes to the annual Moose License Draw system were announced by Natural Resources Minister Donald Arseneault. The changes are designed to give long-time applicants a greater chance of getting drawn for a license to hunt during New Brunswick's popular three day moose season.
New Brunswick Hunting Education Courses
Winter in New Brunswick is the perfect time to enroll in one of a number of conservation education courses available throughout the province.
Quebec and New Brunswick Stop Large Scale Poaching Ring
Starting at 6:00 am January 25th, wildlife protection officers from Québec's Ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune, New Brunswick and Environment Canada have put a stop to the illegal activities of a group of poachers active in the Gaspé and northern New Brunswick regions.
Antlerless Deer Tag Draw Results for New Brunswick
The results of the 2006 antlerless-deer-tag draw were released today by the Department of Natural Resources. A total of 4,165 New Brunswick hunters had their names selected in a random computerized draw for antlerless-deer validation stickers.
Apply Now for Antlerless Deer Permit
The application period for the 2006 antlerless deer permit draw is now underway. New Brunswick residents who want to hunt antlerless deer must purchase their 2006 deer hunting licences and apply for permits.
Application Periods for Moose and Antlerless-Deer Licences Announced
The application period for the annual moose draw will begin May 15, while applications for the resident antlerless-deer draw begins June 12. Minister of Natural Resources Keith Ashfield made the announcement.
Natural Resources Offers Hunting and Trapping Courses
The Department of Natural Resources and its network of about 400 dedicated volunteer instructors currently offer Firearm Safety/Hunter Education (FS/HE), Bow Hunter Education and Trapper Education courses. A Nuisance Wildlife Control Operators course is also available for those interested in providing nuisance wildlife control services to the publi
Regulations for 2005 Hunting Season
The deer hunting season will be re-opened in Wildlife Management Zone (WMZ) 8 this fall. Hunters now have the opportunity to hunt antlered deer (bucks only) in this zone during the archery and firearms season.