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This data breaks down estimated hunters as well as antlered, antlerless and total harvest numbers by: * wildlife management unit (WMU) * calendar year Harvest and active hunter numbers are estimates based on replies received from a sample of resident hunters and are therefore subject to statistical error. Additional technical and statistical notes can be found in the data dictionary.
This data breaks down spring, fall and total harvest numbers by: * wildlife management unit (WMU) * calendar year Harvest numbers are based on mandatory reports received from successful turkey licence holders. These are absolute numbers and are not statistically projected as with the bear, deer, and moose hunting activity and harvest estimates. Missing values represent no open season.
This data breaks down bull elk, cow elk and total harvest numbers by: * elk harvest area * calendar year Harvest numbers are based on mandatory reports received from elk tag holders. These are absolute numbers and are not statistically projected as with the bear, deer, and moose hunting activity and harvest estimates.
Elk Island National Park conducts an ungulate aerial surveys of the entire park, to census the elk and moose populations. The surveys are carried out in the late fall or winter annually. Park staff also conducts opportunistic counts of elk and moose over the summer and obtain demographic information during elk handling. Elk and moose population is in the same database as bison populations.
The Dead Game (non-hunt mortality) database tracks mortalities for big game in NB not related to hunting or trapping. Each mortality record indicates the cause of mortality, such as: Vehicular, Predators, Humans, and Disease/Starvation. Latitude and Longitude coordinates are specified beginning in 2011. Other attributes include: Species, Sex, Age Class, Actual age, Death Date, Date Collected, Wildlife Management Zone, ERD Office, ERD Region, Fetuses present, Highway Number (if applicable), and general location.
This product provides information on Alberta Game Farming Industry, over a ten-year period. Total number of Licensed Game Farms; Farms with Elks/Deer; , Elk/Whitetail Deer/Mule Deer/Reindeer on Farms are included.
As of 2021, moose tags are distributed to Ontario residents using a points-based tag allocation process. See the Hunting Regulations Summary for more information about requirements to hunt moose in Ontario. This data breaks down the results of previous years’ moose tag allocation process results by: * year * Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) * moose type * season * allocation stage * choice * points of applicants * number of applicants * tags available * tags awarded * tags claimed Definitions of these variables can be found in the data dictionary below. An explanation of how the moose tag allocation process works, how to interpret results and what to consider when you apply, are available at ontario.ca/moosetagprocess.
Nova Scotia is divided in 12 deer management zones and deer hunting regulations may vary by zone.
[ARCHIVED] Listing of hunting license vendors. This dataset has been superseded by Hunting and Fishing License Sellers (https://data.novascotia.ca/Permits-and-Licensing/Hunting-and-Fishing-License-Sellers/unx6-kpb9).
The Provincial Bison Protection Areas dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent Bison Protection Areas in Alberta. In order to support the conservation, management and recovery of disease-free bison in northern Alberta, wood bison located within specified Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) are listed as Threatened under the Wildlife Act and Regulation. All hunting of wood bison within Northwest Bison Protection Area is regulated and based on issuance of a bison special licence and allocation processes for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous persons. All hunting (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) of wood bison within the Wabasca Bison Protection Area is prohibited.