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Elk in Ontario Canada
A few years ago a herd of approximately
200 Elk were reintroduced to Ontario and released in the Bancroft area. A
number of these Elk have settled in and around the McKnight Lake project
property and a herd of about 20 Elk were spotted along the south shore of
McKnight Lake in the early part of April, 2005. These magnificent animals are a
protected species thus making McKnight Lake an actual wild life sanctuary!
Elk are huge animals. Most hunters dont
realize just how big they are until they see them live for the first time. To
be successful at archery elk hunting you need to be a good shot. You also need
to understand the animal; where they walk, where they like to feed, where they
drink and their habits. Understanding your prey is the first step in the
journey to becoming successful in archery elk hunting.
All animals need to drink, so any fresh water
source is a good place to set up camp. If you wait near their water source,
theyre bound to show up sooner or later. They also tend to linger around
the densest treed areas of the region.
Elk feed on grass and some berries, such as
strawberries, snowberries and blackberries. Finding these food sources could be
your first step in creating a stand. Where the food is, the elk will
You can also set up a stand on the ground or
in a tree. You might have to sit in that stand for hours, so you should make
sure it has everything you need and is comfortable enough. Try setting up
several stands and alternating between them, that way you give each stand time
to air out. Human scent can linger for days, and elk will tend to
avoid such places.
Since elk are so big, you also need a bow
that packs a considerable punch. Your arrows should be big enough to make a
clean kill, and you need to practice long hours to develop the skill needed to
make a good enough shot to kill them.
When practicing to shoot an elk, make sure
you are wearing the same gear youll be wearing when youre in the
field. Shooting a bow clad in heavy coats and camouflage is a whole lot
different than firing while wearing a T-shirt. This small difference could mean
the difference between a successful shot and a failed one.
When archery elk hunting, some hunters use a
cow call, or a method called bugling, which works well when the animals are in
heat and rutting. Most hunters of elk will recommend using the cow call.
Archery elk hunting can be a daunting task.
They are huge animals and you have to be a good enough shot to kill it quickly.
Learn the vital parts and only make a shot when youre almost sure to make
a good one.
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The objective of the hunter orange regulation
is to maximize hunter safety without negatively impacting hunting success.
Under this regulation, all licensed
hunters, including archery hunters hunting during the gun season for deer
and moose, are required to wear hunter orange. As well, all black bear hunters
hunting during the black bear season are required to wear hunter orange except
when in a tree stand. (This exception is in place because, unlike deer and
moose, black bears have colour vision.) Waterfowl hunters, wild turkey hunters
and archery hunters in archery-only areas are exempt from the hunter orange
A hunter orange garment and head cover must
be worn. The hunter orange garment must cover a minimum of 400 square inches
(2,580 square cm) above the waist and be visible from all sides. Open mesh or
camouflage hunter orange must not be part of the 400 square inches. A hunting
coat or vest generally meets this requirement. The hunter orange head cover may
have: open mesh; a peak or brim colour other than hunter orange; a crest or
logo which does not completely cover the hunter orange on the side where it is
affixed. The head cover may not contain camouflage material.
Hunter orange colour standards are generally
consistent across North America. Manufacturers can provide information
regarding clothing compliance with this standard. Hunter orange product is
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Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Regions
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
This map is
illustrative only. Do not rely on it for precise location of routes or
features, nor as a guide to navigation.
MNR divides the province
into 3 administrative regions.
- Northwest: From Thunder Bay to far north of Sioux Lookout.
From the Manitoba border to Geraldton in the east.
- Northeast: From Lake Nipissing and Manitoulin Island in the
south to the coasts of James Bay and Hudson Bay in the North and as far as Wawa
to the West.
- Southern: From Sarnia and Tobermory in the west to Cornwall
in the east. From Lake Nipissing to Chatham and the Greater Toronto Area.
- General: Additionally there are some other frequently
requested addresses such as the Minister's Office, Government Information
Centres, and the Rabies Research Unit.
The new toll-free TIPS-MNR reporting line,
1-877-TIPS-MNR (1-877-847-7667), provides a direct line for the public to
report resource violations to the ministry 24 hours a day, seven days a week
from anywhere in Ontario.
NATURAL RESOURCES TIPS REPORTING LINE
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deer. Moose is by draw only. No open season for elk or caribou. Animals may be
hunted with a bow, muzzleloader or rifle. Non-resident hunters must be
accompanied by a licensed guide or a resident host.
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If you hunt in Ontario, you need a hunting
licence from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. If you are not sure
whether you can hunt or if you have any questions about wildlife management
regulations in Ontario, contact: Natural Resources Information Centre Ontario
Ministry of Natural Resources General Inquiry 1-800-667-1940 French Inquiry
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