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Hunting Season has Begun: Check the Map and Wear Orange

Hunting Season has Begun: Check the Map and Wear Orange

November 6, 2017, starts a week when deer hunting with a rifle is permitted for those with appropriate
licences and tags in this part of Ontario. For those considering hunting on a Grey Sauble Conservation
Authority (GSCA) property it is important to be aware of where this activity is not permitted.

“Please be aware that GSCA does not allow hunting on all of our properties. To see the properties
where this activity is permitted go to www.greysauble.on.ca. You can also purchase a copy of the map
for $10 at the Grey Sauble Administration office,” Tim Lanthier, Lands and Habitats Coordinator.
As not all GSCA properties permit hunting, and this activity may pose a safety issue to non-hunters,
GSCA staff will be monitoring for permitted uses on its properties.

We suggest that you avoid hiking and other recreation activities in areas that permit hunting during the
hunting seasons, particularly the deer rifle season during this first full week of November each year. If
out, be aware and visible by wearing blaze orange clothes and hats. If backpacking, cover your pack in
blaze orange. Ensure pets are kept on leash and wearing orange too during the fall season for their
safety.

Be seen, be safe.

See full Media Release Here.

For further information
Sonya Skinner, Chief Administrative Officer
Grey Sauble Conservation
237897 Inglis Falls Road, R.R.#4
Owen Sound
519-376-3076 ext 223

Tim Lanthier, Lands and Habitats Coordinator
Grey Sauble Conservation
237897 Inglis Falls Road, R.R.#4
Owen Sound
519 376-3076 ext 234

 

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