Nova Scotia Hunting News

Nova Scotia Asks Citizens to Leave Wildlife Alone
Each spring, people come across newborn wildlife in Nova Scotia's woodlands that appear to be lost or abandoned and many choose to treat those wild animals as pets.
Nova Scotia "Hunters Helping Hungry" a Success
Nova Scotia's hunters helped many local families by contributing to the Hunters Helping the Hungry program. The program's second year provided more than 775 kilograms of deer and moose meat for the province's food banks.
Nova Scotia Student Visits NB on Hunting Exchange Trip
Seventeen-year-old Neil Lewis got his first taste of hunting in the New Brunswick wilderness recently, as a participant in the Atlantic Provinces' Youth Hunting and Fishing Exchange Program.
Nova Scotia Investigates Moose Poaching
Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are asking for the public's help to solve the illegal killing of an endangered mainland moose in Colchester County.
Nova Scotia Antlerless Deer Hunting Licences Available
One-thousand additional permits are up for grabs in this year's antlerless deer hunting licence draw, bringing the total licences to 5,750 for the fall 2007 season.
Nova Scotia Archery in Schools Pilot Program
An ancient sport may hold the key to helping more students get the point about the importance of being active.
Nova Scotia Moose Deadline Approaching
Prospective moose hunters have less than a week to apply for one of the 345 moose hunting licences. The application deadline is midnight Thursday, May 31.
Nova Scotia Increases Hunting Opportunities for Youth
Young Nova Scotians will have more opportunities to hunt for deer, as a result of recent changes to regulations under the Nova Scotia Wildlife Act.
Nova Scotia has New OHV Regulations
Effective immediately, anyone operating an off-highway vehicle (OHV)on another person's property must have liability insurance of at least $500,000, as well as accident benefit coverage.
Changes Made for 2006 Nova Scotia Hunting Season
Changes that will allow young people a special two-day hunt for deer, that require the marking of traps and that will allow fur harvesters to continue to trap a member of the mink family are among the 2006 hunting regulations that were announced Aug. 25.