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Alberta Foothills
Aug 30, 2011
Species Bear, Deer, Elk, Grouse, Moose, Ptarmigan Season Fall Wedged between ranchLand and the craggy spires of the Rocky Mountains, Alberta’s foothills stretch northwest in a series of rolling hills and long ridges, forming a perfect blend of aspen parklands, lodgepole forests, montane meadows...
Parkland Region
Aug 30, 2011
Species Bear, Deer, Elk, Grouse, Moose Season Spring If you want a jaw-dropping black bear, possibly a cinnamon phase or chocolate, and a story to go with it, Manitoba’s western Parkland Region is the place to go. This is textbook bear country: gently rolling...
Highland Region
Aug 30, 2011
Without question, central Ontario now offers the best opportunity to take a wild Eastern turkey in Canada
Cavendish
Aug 30, 2011
Species Duck, Goose, Grouse, Partridge, Woodcock Season Fall Year in and year out, P.E.I. farmers dig upward of 1.3 million metric tonnes of potatoes from the island’s warm red soil to sate our craving for french fries. In the process, they also lay...
Middle Ridge
Aug 30, 2011
Species Bear, Caribou, Deer, Grouse, Ptarmigan Season Fall Looking down from atop Newfoundland’s Mount Sylvester, a patchwork of brooding black spruce forests, shimmering ponds and golden bogs stretches to the eastern horizon. At this elevation, barely 330 metres above sea level, the terrain below...
Annapolis Valley
Aug 30, 2011
Species Bear, Deer, Duck, Goose, Grouse, Pheasant, Woodcock Season Fall Coordinates 45°00€²N 64°55€²W From Digby, the Annapolis Valley stretches some 130 kilometres northeast to Minas Basin, defined by the gentle ridges that shelter its lush farmlands from the Bay of Fundy to the north, and the...
Wainwright
Aug 23, 2011
Species Deer Season Fall Coordinates 52°50€²N 110°52€²W Thanks to a continuing string of relatively easy winters, Alberta boasts a whitetail herd well in excess of a quarter million head and a hunter success ratio of more than 40 per cent. Not just any whitetails, mind you,
The Okanagan
Aug 23, 2011
Species Deer Season Fall Coordinates 49°44€²52€³N 119°43€²02€³W Though we generally think of B.C. as a bastion of mule deer, wildlife biologists estimate that the province is also home to well over 65,000 white-tailed deer. While some of the animals are found in the northeastern Peace River...
Sonningdale
Aug 23, 2011
Species Deer Season Fall Coordinates 52°23€²00€³N 107°41€²02€³W With a pre-season deer population topping 375,000—a conservative estimate by the provincial biologists’ own admission—Saskatchewan has more than enough whitetails to provide plenty of encounters during the course of any outing. I’ve bounced big-racked bucks out of tufts of marsh...
The Northwest
Aug 23, 2011
Species Deer Season Fall Follow a line etched by Highway 17 from Thunder Bay to Kenora, another that follows Highway 11 to Fort Frances and a third that runs north-south along Highway 71, and you have a wedge that offers some of the most...
Anticosti Island
Aug 23, 2011
Visit this sliver of land in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, a deer-hunter's dream destination
Saint John River Valley
Aug 23, 2011
Species Deer, Duck, Goose, Grouse, Woodcock Season Fall White-tailed deer With a deer herd fluctuating between 50,000 and 80,000 head, New Brunswick may not have great numbers, but it more than makes up for that with the size of the deer. Toughened by recurring cycles...
Baker Lake
Jul 17, 2011
Species Bear, Caribou Coordinates 64° 19€² 5€³ N, 96° 1€² 3€³ W Location: Nunavut Population: 1,700 To the uninitiated, everyday life is quite different in the isolated hamlet of Baker Lake. Here in the barrens just short of the Arctic Circle, many of the comforts other...
Yellowknife
Jul 17, 2011
Species Bear, Caribou, Duck, Grouse, Moose Coordinates 62° 26€² 32€³ N, 114° 23€² 51€³ W Location: Northwest Territories Population: 18,700 Originally a 1930s gold rush town on the shores of Great Slave Lake, Yellowknife sprawls across the amorphous bedrock of the Canadian Shield, confident in its...
Whitehorse
Jul 17, 2011
Species Bear, Caribou, Duck, Elk, Goose, Grouse, Moose Coordinates 60° 43€² 0€³ N, 135° 3€² 0€³ W Location: Yukon Population: 20,500 You could say that Whitehorse, located at mile 918 on the Alaska Highway, is a southern city of the North. Sure, it gets cold in...
Prince George
Jul 17, 2011
Species Bear, Caribou, Deer, Duck, Goose, Grouse Coordinates 53° 55€² 1€³ N, 122° 44€² 58€³ W Location: British Columbia Population: 70,900 Located at the doorstep of the Northern Rocky Mountain Trench, the Prince George area looks more like the rolling, densely forested Canadian Shield than the...
Rocky Mountain House
Jul 17, 2011
Species Antelope, Bear, Elk, Moose, Turkey Coordinates 52° 22€² 31€³ N, 114° 55€² 18€³ W Location: Alberta Population: 6,900 If you like to wear Levis, riding boots and Stetsons and you enjoy rodeos, this is the place for you—and even more so if you’re into hunting.
Prince Albert
Jul 17, 2011
Species Deer, Elk, Goose, Grouse, Moose, Partridge, Pheasant Coordinates 53° 12€² 0€³ N, 105° 45€² 0€³ W Location: Saskatchewan Population: 34,100 For the hunter, prince Albert could not be better situated. Rolling grasslands with stands of second-growth bush stretch southward to provide great hunting for big...
Portage la Prairie
Jul 17, 2011
Species Deer, Duck, Elk, Goose, Moose, Partridge Coordinates 49° 58€² 22€³ N, 98° 17€² 31€³ W Location: Manitoba Population: 12,700 Nestled on Crescent Lake, a widening of the Assiniboine River as it meanders through the flat prairie country of southwestern Manitoba, Portage la Prairie is within...
Thunder Bay
Mar 31, 2011
Species Bear, Deer, Duck, Goose, Moose, Turkey, Woodcock Population: 109,000 Since the days of the voyageurs, northwestern Ontario’s Thunder Bay has served as a key conduit between Eastern Canada and the vast western lands, and it continues to fulfill this role. Created through...
Buckingham
Mar 31, 2011
Species Bear, Deer, Grouse, Moose, Partridge, Woodcock Coordinates 45° 35€² 0€³ N, 75° 25€² 0€³ W Population: 11,700 When it was amalgamated with Hull and three other small towns in 2002 to create the regional municipality of Gatineau, Buckingham lost none of its outward charm.
Fredericton
Mar 31, 2011
Species Deer, Duck, Goose, Grouse, Moose, Woodcock Coordinates 45° 57€² 0€³ N, 66° 40€² 0€³ W Population: 50,500 You don't need to go far from Fredericton to get into some quality hunting. Situated along the Saint John River Valley in the south of the province,
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