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BC Wildlife Federation April Newsletter Now Available

  The April Issue of the BC Wildlife Federation’s newsletter has just been published and is available on the Federation’s website. It includes the following articles:   · Yamaha Grizzly ATA has New Owner · Long-Gun Registry Continues to Move Closer to Abolition · Bucks for Ducks: HR Group’s Charitable Marketing Campaign · BCWF Gets […]

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Help Needed to Install Shannon Lake Net

  Al Springer will be out on Shannon Lake this Tuesday to install the net across the bay. Al could use some additional hands so if you can help out show up at Shannon Lake on Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 pm.  

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Help the BCWF win $50,000 for a Wetland Mapping Project…here’s how

  Celebrate Earth Day!   In celebration of Earth Day, Shell FuellingChange™ is offering all registered users 50 Bonus Votes to allocate to the environmental projects of their choice on www.fuellingchange.com.   From 12:01 am EDT on Sunday, April 22, 2012 through 11:59 pm EDT Sunday, April 29, 2012, enter the following Bonus Code to […]

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Tasty Fish & Game Recipes by Judie Steeves

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AGM & Pot-Luck Dinner Well Attended

  Pot Luck Dinners always seem to draw out the membership and this years AGM & Pot Luck was no exception with well over 60 members attending. As usual Martha Jenkins assembled her team of volunteers and they layer out a sumptuous meal that included Turkey, Ham, and dozens of homemade recipes and desserts brought […]

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Hunting For Dinner

 

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Kokanee Fishing Open On Okanagan Lake

  The Kokanee fishery on Okanagan Lake was officially open as of April 1st of this year with a limit of five (5) fish per day per angler. Paul Askey, Ministry Biologist with the Fish & Wildlife Section provides a complete report on the status of the Kokanee fishery in Okanagan Lake. Read Paul’s Report […]

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C.O.R.E. Program

Details of C.O.R.E. Program Information The Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE) Program is British Columbia’s Hunter Education Program. It is also a great program for anyone interested in outdoor recreation.    The CORE Program consists of a practical firearms handling test, and a written examination on all of the following subjects:   • Conservation […]

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Initiation Hunting Licence and requirements for an accompanying hunter

  Initiation Hunting Licence and requirements for an accompanying hunter   Current Regulations: A BC resident who is 18 years of age or older and wants to hunt is currently required to successfully complete a hunter safety training course approved by the Director before being eligible to obtain a hunter number and hunting licence in […]

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Proposed New Youth Hunting Regulation

  (Proposed) Requirements for the accompanying hunter of licensed youth hunter.   Current Regulations: Currently, a parent or guardian applies for and holds a junior hunting licence on behalf of a youth aged 10 – 13. At age 14, youth are required to successfully complete a hunter safety course approved by the Director prior to […]

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