Newfoundland Labrador Hunting News

Newfoundland Labrador Hunters Reminded to Know the Rules
With the big game hunting season now open, the Department of Natural Resources is reminding hunters to familiarize themselves with the rules and regulations under the Wildlife Act as violations can result in serious charges.
Newfoundland and Labrador Boreal Woodland Caribou are Protected
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador warned today that it will not tolerate the killing of the threatened boreal woodland caribou in Labrador, and that provincial conservation officers will enforce the laws that protect the animals.
Newfoundland Labrador Diseased Moose
The Provincial Government reassured hunters and the public that the ongoing investigation of reports of diseased moose on the Northern Peninsula has not uncovered any common illness or threat to public health.
Newfoundland Labrador Sunday Hunting Now Legal
Sunday hunting for the 2008-09 hunting season will be permitted as of November 2 and will continue in all regions of the province until April 30.
No Common Disease Found in Newfoundland Labrador Moose
Hunters and other concerned members of the public are advised that there is no confirmation of a common disease within the moose population on the Northern Peninsula.
Newfoundland Labrador Concerned with PETA 2 Attack
The Provincial Government is alarmed by a new anti-sealing video which is being distributed by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) 2, in Germany.
Newfoundland/Labrador Convicts Offenders
Tips from the public that led to investigations by Department of Natural Resources conservation officers have resulted in convictions of three residents of Gambo for violations of the Wildlife Act.
Caribou Decline Prompts Study in Newfoundland Labrador
The Minister of Environment and Conservation, the Honourable Charlene Johnson, announced $15.3 million in funding for a five-year scientific and management strategy of the island woodland caribou populations.
Newfoundland Labrador Snowmobile Patrols
Charges are pending against 10 people for offences under the Wildlife Act and the Wilderness and Ecological Reserves Act following early January snowmobile patrols by provincial conservation officers in and around the Avalon Wilderness Reserve.
Newfoundland Labrador Pistol Markmanship Clinic
The Newfoundland and Labrador Shooting Association will be offering an Olympic target pistol marksmanship clinic, November 11-12.