Northern Ontario Wolf hunting at Olive the Lake



Northern Ontario Cottage RentalsYou may only hunt wolves and coyotes under the authority of your small game licence. In WMUs 43-45 and 59-95, only your small game licence is required. In WMUs 1A, 1C, 1D, 2-42, 46-50 and 53-58, the following regulations apply:

Wolf Attack Moose • The wolf/coyote hunting season is closed from April 1 to September 14.

• You may only hunt wolves and coyotes under the authority of your small game licence accompanied by a wolf/coyote game seal purchased at licence issuers and participating ServiceOntario centres. A valid small game licence is required in order to purchase a wolf/coyote game seal. You can purchase a maximum of two wolf/coyote game seals per calendar year. The seals may be purchased separately or at the same time.

• Party hunting of these animals is not permitted.

• You are required to immediately attach your wolf/coyote game seal to the wolf/coyote you have killed.

• You must complete and mail a mandatory questionnaire on your wolf/coyote hunting activity and harvest by January 15 of the year following the hunt. You must submit the questionnaire even if you bought a seal but did not hunt. Mandatory questionnaires will be mailed to hunters by the ministry in December. You should mail your completed questionnaire to the Ministry of Natural Resources, Big Game Harvest Assessment Program, 1350 High Falls Road, Bracebridge, ON P1L 1W9.

Wolf hunting is the practice of hunting gray wolves (Canis lupus) or other lupine animals. Wolves are mainly hunted for sport, for their skins, to protect livestock, and, in some rare cases, to protect humans. Wolves have been actively hunted since 12,000 to 13,000 years ago, when they first began to pose threats to livestock vital for the survival of Neolithic human communities. Historically, the hunting of wolves was a huge capital and manpower intensive operation, requiring miles of netting, specialized net-carts and big drying sheds for storing and drying nets. The threat wolves posed to both livestock and people was considered significant enough to warrant the conscription of whole villages under threat of punishment, despite the disruption of economic activities and reduced taxes. The hunting of gray wolves, while originally actively endorsed in many countries, has become a controversial issue in some nations. Opponents see it as cruel, unnecessary and based on misconceptions, while proponents argue that it is vital for the conservation of game herds and as pest control

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