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Migratory Birds Regulations, 2022 (SOR/2022-105)

Regulations are current to 2023-01-25 and last amended on 2022-07-31. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 3(Subsections 1(1), 6(1), 19(1) and 28(1) and (2), paragraphs 28(3)(b) and 39(1)(b), subsections 43(1) and (2), 46(1) and (3), 59(2), 60(2) and (3) and 61(1), subparagraph 61(2)(d)(iii), paragraph 62(1)(a), subparagraph 62(2)(d)(ii) and paragraph 67(1)(b))Open Seasons, Limits and Special Measures

PART 1Newfoundland and Labrador

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone

    Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone means the portion of the coast of the Island of Newfoundland, and of the adjacent offshore islands, lying less than 100 m from the mean ordinary high-water mark and the adjacent marine coastal waters, bounded by a straight line drawn due south from Cape Rosey, and from there in a generally easterly and northerly direction along the coast, ending at a boundary line drawn due northeast from Cape Bonavista. (Zone côtière d’Avalon-Burin de Terre-Neuve)

    Central Labrador Zone

    Central Labrador Zone means the portion of Labrador that is not within the Northern Labrador Zone, the Western Labrador Zone or the Southern Labrador Zone. (Zone centre du Labrador)

    Inland Newfoundland Zone

    Inland Newfoundland Zone means the portion of the Island of Newfoundland, and of the adjacent offshore islands, that is not within the Northwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, the Northern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, the Southern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, the Southwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, the Northeastern Coastal Newfoundland Zone or the Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone. (Zone intérieure de Terre-Neuve)

    Murre Zone No. 1

    Murre Zone No. 1 means the coastal waters in the Northern Labrador Zone and the Central Labrador Zone. (Zone de guillemots no 1)

    Murre Zone No. 2

    Murre Zone No. 2 means the coastal waters in the Southern Labrador Zone and the portions of the Northwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, the Northern Coastal Newfoundland Zone and the Northeastern Coastal Newfoundland Zone bounded by a line drawn due northeast from Deadman’s Point (latitude 49°21′N, longitude 53°41′W) and a line drawn due west from Cape St. Gregory (latitude 49°24′N, longitude 58°14′W). (Zone de guillemots no 2)

    Murre Zone No. 3

    Murre Zone No. 3 means the portions of the Southwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone and the Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone bounded by a line drawn due west from Cape St. Gregory (latitude 49°24′N, longitude 58°14′W) and a line drawn due east from Western Bay Head (latitude 47°53′N, longitude 53°03′ W), excluding the portion of the Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone bounded by a line drawn due east from Cape Race (latitude 46°39′N, longitude 53°04′W) and a line drawn due east from Cape Spear (latitude 47°31′20″N, longitude 52°37′40″W). (Zone de guillemots no 3)

    Murre Zone No. 4

    Murre Zone No. 4 means the portions of the Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone and the Northeastern Coastal Newfoundland Zone bounded by a line drawn due east from Cape Race (latitude 46°39′N, longitude 53°04′W) and a line drawn due northeast from Deadman’s Point (latitude 49°21′N, longitude 53°41′W), excluding the portion of the Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone bounded by a line drawn due east from Cape Spear (latitude 47°31′20″N, longitude 52°37′40″W) and by a line drawn due east from Western Bay Head (latitude 47°53′N, longitude 53°03′W). (Zone de guillemots no 4)

    Northeastern Coastal Newfoundland Zone

    Northeastern Coastal Newfoundland Zone means the portion of the coast of the Island of Newfoundland, and of the adjacent offshore islands, lying less than 100 m from the mean ordinary high-water mark and adjacent marine coastal waters, bounded by a line drawn due northeast through Cape Bonavista, and from there in a generally westerly direction along the coast, ending at a boundary line drawn due northeast through Cape St. John. (Zone côtière du nord-est de Terre-Neuve)

    Northern Coastal Newfoundland Zone

    Northern Coastal Newfoundland Zone means the portion of the coast of the Island of Newfoundland, and of the adjacent offshore islands, lying less than 100 m from the mean ordinary high-water mark and the adjacent marine coastal waters, bounded by a line drawn due northeast from Cape Bauld, and from there southward along the east coast, ending in a boundary line drawn due northeast through Cape St. John. (Zone côtière du nord de Terre-Neuve)

    Northern Labrador Zone

    Northern Labrador Zone means the portion of Labrador lying north of latitude 54°24′N and east of longitude 65°W. (Zone nord du Labrador)

    Northwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone

    Northwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone means the portion of the coast of the Island of Newfoundland, and of the adjacent offshore islands, lying less than 100 m from the mean ordinary high-water mark and the adjacent marine coastal waters, bounded by a line drawn due west from Cape St. Gregory, and from there northward and eastward along the coast, ending in a boundary line drawn due northeast through Cape Bauld. (Zone côtière du nord-ouest de Terre-Neuve)

    Southern Coastal Newfoundland Zone

    Southern Coastal Newfoundland Zone means the portion of the coast of the Island of Newfoundland, and of the adjacent offshore islands, lying less than 100 m from the mean ordinary high-water mark and the adjacent marine coastal waters, bounded by a line drawn due west through Cape Ray, and from there southward and eastward along the coast, ending at a line drawn due south through Cape Rosey. (Zone côtière du sud de Terre-Neuve)

    Southern Labrador Zone

    Southern Labrador Zone means the portion of Labrador lying south of latitude 53°06′N (Boulter Rock) and east of longitude 57°06′40″W. (Zone sud du Labrador)

    Southwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone

    Southwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone means the portion of the coast of the Island of Newfoundland, and of the adjacent offshore islands, lying less than 100 m from the mean ordinary high-water mark and the adjacent marine coastal waters, bounded by a line drawn due west from Cape St. Gregory, and from there southward along the coast, ending in a boundary line drawn due west through Cape Ray. (Zone côtière du sud-ouest de Terre-Neuve)

    Western Labrador Zone

    Western Labrador Zone means the portion of Labrador lying west of longitude 65°W. (Zone ouest du Labrador)

  • 2 For greater certainty, in this Part a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to all persons.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Newfoundland and Labrador

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Northwestern Coastal Newfoundland Zone
  • (a) Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

12November 1 to February 146
  • (b) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, combined

12October 10 to January 236
  • (c) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye) from the third Saturday of September to November 29

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks) from November 30 to the last Saturday of December

  • (d) all Geese, combined

10The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December5
  • (e) Snipe

20The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December10
2Avalon-Burin Coastal Newfoundland Zone, Northeastern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, Northern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, Southern Coastal Newfoundland Zone, and Southwestern Newfoundland Coastal Zone
  • (a) Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

12November 25 to March 106
  • (b) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, combined

12October 10 to January 236
  • (c) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye) from the third Saturday of September to November 29

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks) from November 30 to the last Saturday of December

  • (d) All Geese, combined

10The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December5
  • (e) Snipe

20The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December10
3Inland Newfoundland Zone
  • (a) Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (b) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, combined

12October 10 to January 236
  • (c) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye) from the third Saturday of September to November 29

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks) from November 30 to the last Saturday of December

  • (d) all Geese, combined

10The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December5
  • (e) Snipe

20The third Saturday of September to the last Saturday of December10
4Northern Labrador Zone
  • (a) all Eiders and Scoters, combined

12
  • (i) the first Saturday of September to the Friday before the last Saturday of September, for Scoters only

6
  • (ii) the last Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December

6
  • (iii) the Sunday after the third Saturday of December to the first Sunday after January 7, for Eiders only

6
  • (b) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, combined

12The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6
  • (c) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)
  • (d) all Geese, combined

10The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December5
  • (e) Snipe

20The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December10
5Western Labrador Zone
  • (a) all Eiders, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (b) all Scoters, combined

12The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6
  • (c) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, combined

12The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6
  • (d) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)
  • (e) all Geese, combined

10The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December5
  • (f) Snipe

20The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December10
6Southern Labrador Zone
  • (a) all Eiders and Scoters, combined

12
  • (i) the first Saturday of September to October 31, for Scoters only

6
  • (ii) November 1 to the third Saturday of December

6
  • (iii) the Sunday after the third Saturday of December to February 14, for Eiders only

6
  • (b) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, combined

12The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6
  • (c) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)
  • (d) all Geese, combined

10The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December5
  • (e) Snipe

20The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December10
7Central Labrador Zone
  • (a) all Eiders and Scoters, combined

12
  • (i) the first Saturday of September to the Friday before the last Saturday of October, for Scoters only

6
  • (ii) the last Saturday of October to the last Saturday of November

6
  • (iii) the Sunday after the last Saturday of November to the third Saturday of December, for Scoters only

6
  • (iv) the first Saturday of January to the last day of February, for Eiders only

6
  • (b) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, combined

12The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6
  • (c) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)
  • (d) all Geese, combined

10The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December5
  • (e) Snipe

20The first Saturday of September to the third Saturday of December10
8Murre Zone No. 1Murres40September 1 to December 1620
9Murre Zone No. 2Murres40October 6 to January 2020
10Murre Zone No. 3Murres40November 25 to March 1020
11Murre Zone No. 4Murres40
  • (a) November 3 to January 10

20
  • (b) February 2 to March 10

20

PART 2Prince Edward Island

  • 1 For greater certainty, in this Part, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to all persons.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Prince Edward Island

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Throughout Prince Edward Island
  • (a) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

12 (not more than 8 may be Eiders and not more than 8 may be Scoters)October 1 to December 316 (not more than 4 may be Eiders and not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (b) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)October 1 to December 31
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye) from October 1 to November 30

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than a total of 4 may be American Black Duck or Mallard-American Black Duck hybrids in any combination) from December 1 to December 31

  • (c) all Geese, combined

20
  • (i) September 1 to September 15

5 (plus an additional 5 Canada Geese or Cackling Geese in any combination)
  • (ii) October 1 to December 31

  • (A) 5, from October 1 to November 14

  • (B) 3, from November 15 to December 31

  • (d) Woodcock

16The last Monday of September to the second Saturday of December8
  • (e) Snipe

20October 1 to December 3110

PART 3Nova Scotia

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    Zone No. 1

    Zone No. 1 means the counties of Antigonish, Pictou, Colchester, Cumberland, Hants, Kings and Annapolis. (Zone no 1)

    Zone No. 2

    Zone No. 2 means the counties of Digby, Yarmouth, Shelburne, Queens, Lunenburg, Halifax, Guysborough, Cape Breton, Victoria, Inverness and Richmond. (Zone no 2)

  • 2 For greater certainty, in this Part a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to all persons.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Nova Scotia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Zone No. 1
  • (a) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

10 (not more than 4 may be Eiders and not more than 8 may be Scoters)
  • (i) October 1 to November 8 (not an open season for Eiders)

5 (not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (ii) November 9 to January 7

5 (not more than 2 may be Eiders, of which not more than 1 may be female, and not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (b) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)October 1 to January 7
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye) from October 1 to November 30

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks) from December 1 to January 7

  • (c) all Geese, combined

20
  • (i) September 1 to September 15

5 (plus an additional 5 Canada Geese or Cackling Geese in any combination)
  • (ii) October 1 to December 31

5
  • (d) Woodcock

16October 1 to November 308
  • (e) Snipe

20October 1 to November 3010
2Zone No. 2
  • (a) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

10 (not more than 4 may be Eiders and not more than 8 may be Scoters)
  • (i) October 8 to November 16 (not an open season for Eiders)

5 (not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (ii) November 17 to January 15

5 (not more than 2 may be Eiders, of which not more than 1 may be female, and not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (b) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye )October 8 to January 15
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye from October 8 to December 7

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks) from December 8 to January 15

  • (c) all Geese, combined

20
  • (i) September 1 to September 15

5 (plus an additional 5 Canada Geese or Cackling Geese in any combination)
  • (ii) October 16 to January 15

5
  • (d) Woodcock

16October 1 to November 308
  • (e) Snipe

20October 1 to November 3010

PART 4New Brunswick

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    Zone No. 1

    Zone No. 1 means the portion of Saint John County lying south of No. 1 Highway and west of Saint John Harbour, and the portion of Charlotte County lying south of No. 1 Highway including the islands of the Grand Manan Group and Campobello Island. (Zone no 1)

    Zone No. 2

    Zone No. 2 means any portion of New Brunswick that is not in Zone No. 1 or the areas described in section 2. (Zone no 2)

  • 2 The open seasons set out in Table 1 do not apply to the following areas of New Brunswick:

    • (a) the islands, islets, rocks and ledges in the County of Charlotte, Parish of Pennfield, and in the Bay of Fundy, designated as The Wolves according to the Gazetteer of Canada for New Brunswick, Ottawa, 1972, and shown on 1:50,000 series National Topographic System Map No. 21B/15 and 21B/14, third edition (combined map), including any foreshore and any small islets or rocks that do not appear on that map, and also including the reefs and surrounding waters lying within the quadrilateral defined by points having the following geographic coordinates: latitude 45°00′N, longitude 66°39′W; latitude 44°55′N, longitude 66°39′W; latitude 44°55′N, longitude 66°46′W; latitude 45°00′N, longitude 66°46′W, and the area of the Tabusintac River Estuary in Northumberland County, east of Highway number 11, south of Wishart Point Road, west of a line between Wishart Point and Point of Marsh and northwest of Covedell Road;

    • (b) Bathurst Harbour and Bathurst Basin, commencing at the Carron Point lighthouse; from there north across the mouth of Bathurst Harbour to Youghall Point; from there following the mean high-water mark to the first bridge on the Tetagouche River (Highway 134); from there following the mean high-water mark of Bathurst Harbour and Bathurst Basin to the first bridge on the Middle River (Riverside Drive and Little River Drive); from there following the mean high-water mark to the first bridge on the Little River (NB Trail); from there following the mean high-water mark to the first bridge on the Nepisiguit River (Bridge Street); and from there following the mean high-water mark to the point of commencement;

      Except for the following, which remain open to hunting: all lots, pieces or parcels of land situated in the Parish of Bathurst in the County of Gloucester and described as follows: the ungranted Crown islands, situated in Bathurst Harbour, which are numbered 1 and 2 and have the following approximate geographic coordinates:

      island no. 1: latitude 47°38′55″, longitude 65°38′09″;

      island no. 2: latitude 47°37′59″, longitude 65°38′48″;

    • (c) the area containing portions of the Restigouche River and Chaleur Bay as shown on National Topographic Series Map Sheet No. 22B/1 (Escuminac, edition 3(B)) produced at a scale of 1:50,000 by the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources at Ottawa, and described as follows: commencing at the most easterly extremity of Dalhousie Island at approximate latitude 48°04′15″ and approximate longitude 66°21′45″; from there due east in a straight line to a line in the Restigouche River and Chaleur Bay that is 1 km perpendicularly distant and parallel to the southerly ordinary high-water mark of the Restigouche River; from there generally southeasterly and southwesterly along the line that is 1 km perpendicularly distant and parallel to the southerly ordinary high-water mark of the Restigouche River and Chaleur Bay to a point that is due east of the mouth of Miller Brook; from there due west to the mouth of that brook; and from there northerly, northeasterly and northwesterly along that ordinary high water-mark of the Restigouche River and Chaleur Bay to the point of commencement, including all islands, shoals and rocks lying within the above described area.

  • 3 For greater certainty, in this Part, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to all persons.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in New Brunswick

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Zone No. 1
  • (a) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

12 (not more than 4 may be Eiders and not more than 8 may be Scoters)
  • (i) October 15 to November 5 (not an open season for Eiders)

6 (not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (ii) November 6 to January 4

6 (not more than 2 may be Eiders, of which not more than 1 may be female, and not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (iii) February 1 to February 24 (not an open season for Eiders)

6 (not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (b) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)October 15 to January 14
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye) from October 15 to December 14

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks) from December 15 to January 14

  • (c) all Geese, combined

20
  • (i) September 1 to September 15

5 (plus an additional 5 Canada Geese or Cackling Geese in any combination)
  • (ii) October 15 to January 14

5
  • (d) Woodcock

16September 15 to November 308
  • (e) Snipe

20October 15 to January 1410
2Zone No. 2
  • (a) Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters, combined

12 (not more than 4 may be Eiders and not more than 8 may be Scoters)
  • (i) October 1 to November 1 (not an open season for Eiders)

6 (not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (ii) November 2 to December 31

6 (not more than 2 may be Eiders, of which not more than 1 may be female, and not more than 4 may be Scoters)
  • (b) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks, Common and Red-breasted Mergansers, Long-tailed Ducks, Eiders and Scoters), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)October 1 to December 31
  • (i) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye) from October 1 to November 30

  • (ii) 6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks) from December 1 to December 31

  • (c) all Geese, combined

20
  • (i) September 1 to September 15

5 (plus an additional 5 Canada Geese or Cackling Geese in any combination)
  • (ii) October 1 to December 31

5
  • (d) Woodcock

16September 15 to November 308
  • (e) Snipe

20October 1 to December 3110

PART 5Quebec

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    District A

    District A means the portion of Quebec included in Provincial Hunting Zones 17 and 22 to 24. (District A)

    District B

    District B means the portion of Quebec included in Provincial Hunting Zones 19 south, 20 and 29 and the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 21 included in the electoral district of Duplessis that is situated opposite to Provincial Hunting Zones 19 south and 20. (District B)

    District C

    District C means the portion of Quebec included in Provincial Hunting Zones 12 to 14 and 16. (District C)

    District D

    District D means the portion of Quebec included in the portion of Provincial Hunting Zones 18, 21 and 28 lying west of longitude 70°00′W and the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 27 lying west of longitude 70°00′W and north of the latitude at the Saint-Siméon wharf to Route 381 and from there to the northern limit of Provincial Hunting Zone 27. (District D)

    District E

    District E means the portion of Quebec included in Provincial Hunting Zone 1; the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 2 lying east of Route 185 to its intersection with du Loup River and lying east of a line running along the centre of that river to the north end of the Rivière-du-Loup wharf; the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 28 lying east of longitude 70°00′W; the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 27 lying east of longitude 70°00′W and north of the latitude at the Saint-Siméon wharf; and the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 18 and the waters of the Saguenay lying east of the limit of District D, including the portion of the waters of Chaleur Bay and the St. Lawrence River lying east of the route of the ferry crossing from Saint-Siméon to Rivière-du-Loup to the boundaries of Districts B and G. (District E)

    District F

    District F means the portion of Quebec included in the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 2 lying west of District E; Provincial Hunting Zones 3 to 11, 15 and 26; and the portion of Provincial Hunting Zone 27 lying south of Districts D and E, including the portion of the waters of the St. Lawrence River lying west of District E. (District F)

    District G

    District G means the lands and waters included in the County of the Magdalen Islands in Quebec. (District G)

    non-resident of Canada

    non-resident of Canada means a person who is not a resident of Canada. (non-résident du Canada)

    resident of Canada

    resident of Canada means a person whose primary or habitual place of residence is in Canada. (résident du Canada)

  • 2 In this Part, the Provincial Hunting Zones are the areas described in Quebec’s Regulation respecting fishing and hunting areas, made under the Act Respecting the Conservation and Development of Wildlife, R.S.Q., c. C-61.1.

  • 3 The open seasons set out in Table 1 and Table 2 do not apply to the following areas of Quebec:

    • (a) Cap Tourmente:

      The waters included within the limit described as follows:

      Commencing at the intersection of the low-water mark along the northerly shore of the St. Lawrence River with the southwesterly boundary of shore lot 3,814,431 of the cadastre of Quebec, registration division of Montmorency; from there southeasterly along the extension of that boundary to a point on the straight line joining the light buoys designated V13 and V6 on Canadian Hydrographic Service chart number 1317; from there easterly along that straight line to the light buoy designated V6 on that chart; from there northeasterly in a straight line toward the light buoys designated K108 and K103 on chart number 1317; from there northeasterly in a straight line to the light buoy designated K95 on chart number 1317, but ending abreast of LL 1902 Cap Brûlé fixed navigation aid located on the northern shore of the St. Lawrence River; from there northwesterly in a line perpendicular to the low-water mark opposite LL 1902 Cap Brûlé fixed navigation aid; from there southwesterly along the low-water mark to the point of commencement, together with the portion of the right-of-way of the railway from lot 3,814,431 of the cadastre of Quebec, registration division of Montmorency; and from there easterly abreast of LL 1902 Cap Brûlé fixed navigation aid;

      The parcel of land described as follows:

      Lot 3,815,311 of the cadastre of Quebec, registration division of Montmorency, and the part of the right-of-way of the railway shown on Public Works Canada Plan AM-92-7485, and the zone between the low-water mark of the St. Lawrence River and the northern limit of the railway right-of-way, bounded on the west by Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area and on the east by LL 1902 Cap Brûlé fixed navigation aid. In addition, this zone includes the right of way of the public road called “Cap Tourmente Road”, which is located in the municipality of Saint-Joachim;

    • (b) Portage:

      In the Gulf of St. Lawrence, at approximate latitude 47°37′15″N and approximate longitude 61°29′30″W, a part of les Îles de la Madeleine together with the waters included within the limit described as follows:

      Commencing at the intersection of the ordinary high-water mark of Baie Clarke with a plumb line originating from the centre of the bridge of Route 199 at its northwesterly end; from there southwesterly in a straight line (in Havre de la Grande Entrée) to a point situated 200 m from the ordinary high-water mark and on the extension southeasterly of the most easterly limit of lot 3,777,410 of the cadastre of Quebec, registration division of Îles-de-la-Madeleine; from there northwesterly following that extension line and southeasterly limit of that lot; from there northwesterly following the easterly limits of lots 3,777,410, 3,779,909 and 3,776,833 and the extension of this later limit in the Gulf of St. Lawrence to a point situated 200 m, measured at a right angle, to the ordinary high-water mark of that Gulf; from there easterly following a line at 200 m from that water mark to a point situated 2000 m in a straight line from that point; from there southerly in a straight line to the intersection of the westerly bank of an unnamed creek with the ordinary high-water mark of Baie Clarke at approximate latitude 47°37′15.32″N and approximate longitude 61°28′24.45″W; and from there southwesterly following that water mark to the point of commencement;

    • (c) Havre aux Basques:

      In the municipality of Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, including a portion of Île du Cap aux Meules and a portion of Île du Havre Aubert, a parcel of land described as follows:

      Commencing at a northwestern point at approximate latitude 47º19′12″N and approximate longitude 61º57′41″W; from there southwesterly along the ordinary high-water mark of the Gulf of St. Lawrence to a southwestern point at approximate latitude 47º18′1.48″N and approximate longitude 61º58′16.70″W; from there easterly in a straight line to a southeastern point at approximate latitude 47º18′14.49″N and approximate longitude 61º56′2.37″W; from there northerly, along the ordinary high-water mark of Baie de Plaisance to a northeastern point at approximate latitude 47º18′59″N and approximate longitude 61º56′09″W; from there westerly in a straight line to the point of commencement; together with a zone extending 200 m easterly from the ordinary high-water mark of Baie de Plaisance and a zone extending 200 m westerly from the ordinary high-water mark of the Gulf of St. Lawrence; the northern and southern limits of those zones being an extension of the northerly boundary between the northeastern and northwestern points previously described and the extension of the southerly boundary between the southeastern and southwestern points previously described; and the eastern and western limits of those zones being lines parallel to the ordinary high-water marks of Baie de Plaisance and the Gulf of St. Lawrence;

    • (d) Lac Saint-Pierre (Nicolet):

      This area is located in the St. Lawrence River to the northwest of the Department of National Defence property near the town of Nicolet. It includes the open water and marshes inside a straight line between battery No. 5 (latitude 46°13′31″N and longitude 72°40′16″W) and the end of the Longue Pointe called OP-6 (latitude 46°10′15″N and longitude 72°45′03″W) on the Department of National Defence property, to the limit of the Nicolet Bird Sanctuary; and

    • (e) Cap-Saint-Ignace:

      This area is located in the St. Lawrence River near the municipality of Cap-Saint-Ignace at approximate latitude 47°02′15″N and approximate longitude 70°29′10″W. It includes the open water and marshes between the high-water mark and the low-water mark starting from the western limit of the Cap-Saint-Ignace Bird Sanctuary, going west for about 400 m to the eastern limit of lot 3,251,418 of the cadastre of Quebec, registration division of Montmagny.

  • 4 The open seasons set out in Table 2 do not apply in respect of Snow Geese in the portion of the St. Lawrence River bounded on the northeast by a straight line joining Cap Brûlé in the County of Charlevoix and the west side of the mouth of the Trois-Saumons River in the County of l’Islet and bounded on the southwest by a straight line joining the east side of the mouth of the Sainte-Anne River in the County of Montmorency and the wharf at the Town of Berthier-sur-Mer in the County of Montmagny except between the southern boundary of the north navigational channel and the northern boundary of the south navigational channel and exposed land within that portion of the St. Lawrence River.

  • 5 In this Part, unless otherwise specified, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to residents of Canada and non-residents of Canada.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1District A
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be Blue-winged Teal)September 1 to December 166 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 1 to September 25

10
  • (ii) September 26 to October 31

3
  • (iii) November 1 to December 16

5
  • (c) Geese (other than Snow Geese, Canada and Cackling Geese), combined

15September 1 to December 165
  • (d) Coots and Gallinules, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (e) Woodcock

24September 1 to December 16
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30September 1 to December 1610
  • (g) Mourning Doves

N/ANo open seasonN/A
2District B
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (i) the first Saturday after September 11 to September 30, for Ducks other than Eiders and Long-tailed Ducks

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (ii) October 1 to October 24

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (iii) October 25 to November 14 (not an open season for Eiders and Long-tailed Ducks in locations on the North Shore that are west of the Natashquan River)

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (iv) November 15 to the first Saturday after December 25

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (v) the first Sunday after December 26 to January 14, only for Eiders and Long-tailed Ducks

6
  • (vi) January 15 to February 5, only for Eiders and Long-tailed Ducks in locations on the North Shore that are west of the Natashquan River

6
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) the first Saturday after September 11 to September 25

10
  • (ii) September 26 to the first Saturday after December 25

5
  • (c) Geese (other than Snow Geese, Canada Geese and Cackling Geese), combined

15The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 255
  • (d) Coots and Gallinules, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (e) Woodcock

24The first Saturday after September 7 to the first Saturday after December 21
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 2510
  • (g) Mourning Doves

N/ANo open seasonN/A
3Districts C and D
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be Blue-winged Teal)The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 256 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 1 to the first Friday after September 10 (only on farmland)

10
  • (ii) the first Saturday after September 11 to September 25

10
  • (iii) September 26 to October 31

  • (A) 3 (in District C)

  • (B) 2 (in District D)

  • (iv) November 1 to December 16

5
  • (c) Geese (other than Snow Geese, Canada Geese and Cackling Geese), combined

15The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 255
  • (d) Coots and Gallinules, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (e) Woodcock

24The first Saturday after September 14 to the first Saturday after December 28
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 2510
  • (g) Mourning Doves

N/ANo open seasonN/A
4District E
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (i) The first Saturday after September 11 to October 20

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (ii) October 21 to the first Saturday after December 25 (not an open season for Barrow’s Goldeneye or Common Goldeneye in locations that are within Provincial Hunting Zone 21 or within 100 m of that Zone)

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 1 to the first Friday after September 10 (only on farmland)

10
  • (ii) the first Saturday after September 11 to September 25

10
  • (iii) September 26 to December 16

5
  • (c) Geese (other than Snow Geese, Canada Geese and Cackling Geese), combined

15The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 255
  • (d) Coots and Gallinules, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (e) Woodcock

24The first Saturday after September 14 to the first Saturday after December 28
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 2510
  • (g) Mourning Doves

N/ANo open seasonN/A
5District F
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (i) the first Saturday after September 18 to October 20

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye, not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal and, in locations south of Route 148 and west of Highway 15, not more than 2 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (ii) October 21 to the first Saturday after January 1 (not an open season for Barrow’s Goldeneye or Common Goldeneye in locations between Pointe Jureux (Saint-Irénée) and Gros Cap à l’Aigle (Saint-Fidèle) from routes 362 and 138 and extending 2 km within Provincial Hunting Zone 21)

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye, not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal and, in locations south of Route 148 and west of Highway 15, not more than 2 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 6 to the first Friday after September 17 (only on farmland)

10
  • (ii) the first Saturday after September 18 to September 25

10
  • (iii) September 26 to October 31

  • (A) 3 (in locations west of Highway 15 and its northerly extension along Route 117)

  • (B) 2 (in locations east of Highway 15 and its northerly extension along Route 117)

  • (iv) November 1 to December 21

5
  • (c) Geese (other than Snow Geese, Canada Geese and Cackling Geese), combined

15The first Saturday after September 18 to the first Saturday after January 1 5
  • (d) Coots and Gallinules, combined

12The first Saturday after September 18 to the first Saturday after January 14
  • (e) Woodcock

24The first Saturday after September 14 to the first Saturday after December 28
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30The first Saturday after September 18 to the first Saturday after January 110
  • (g) Mourning Doves

24The first Saturday after September 14 to the first Saturday after December 288
6District G
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (i) the last Saturday in September to October 31 (not an open season for Eiders or Long-tailed Ducks)

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (ii) November 1 to December 26

6 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal)
  • (iii) December 27 to February 14 (only for Eiders and Long-tailed Ducks)

6
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limitThe last Saturday of September to December 265
  • (c) Geese (other than Snow Geese, Canada Geese and Cackling Geese), combined

15The last Saturday of September to December 265
  • (d) Coots and Gallinules, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (e) Woodcock

24The last Saturday of September to December 26
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30The last Saturday of September to December 2610
  • (g) Mourning Doves

N/ANo open seasonN/A

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Quebec

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1District ASnow GeeseNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to December 16

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) May 1 to June 30

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used
2District BSnow GeeseNo limitThe first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 2520Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
3Districts C and DSnow GeeseNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to the Friday after September 10 (only on farmland)

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) the first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 25

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (c) March 1 to May 31 (only on farmland)

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used
4District ESnow GeeseNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to the first Friday after September 10 (only on farmland)

20
  • (i) electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted

  • (ii) hunting with bait that is crops that are cut and left on the ground in the fall is permitted if the Minister has given consent in writing in accordance with paragraph 62(1)(c) of these Regulations

  • (b) The first Saturday after September 11 to the first Saturday after December 25

20
  • (i) electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is open season may be hunted

  • (ii) hunting with bait that is crops that are cut and left on the ground in the fall is permitted if the Minister has given consent in writing under paragraph 62(1)(c) of these Regulations

  • (c) March 1 to May 31 (only on farmland)

20
  • (i) electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used

  • (ii) hunting with bait in the spring is permitted if the Minister has given consent in writing under subsection 61(1) of these Regulations

5District FSnow GeeseNo limit
  • (a) September 6 to the first Friday after September 17 (only on farmland)

20
  • (i) electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted

  • (ii) hunting with bait that is crops that are cut and left on the ground in the fall is permitted if the Minister has given consent in writing under paragraph 62(1)(c) of these Regulations

  • (b) the first Saturday after September 18 to the first Saturday after January 1

20
  • (i) electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is open season may be hunted

  • (ii) hunting with bait that is crops that are cut and left on the ground in the fall is permitted if the Minister has given consent in writing under paragraph 62(1)(c) of these Regulations

  • (c) March 1 to May 31, only on farmland that is not within the following locations:

    • (i) south of the St. Lawrence River and north of the road right-of-way of Route 132 between the western limit of the municipality of Montmagny and the eastern limit of the municipality of Cap-Saint-Ignace, other than in lots 4,598,472, 2,611,981 and 2,611,982 of the cadastre of Quebec (in the municipality of Montmagny),

    • (ii) north of the St. Lawrence River and south of a line that is 1000 m north of Highway 40 between Montée Saint-Laurent and the Maskinongé River, or

    • (iii) south of the St. Lawrence River and north of the railroad right-of-way located near Route 132 between the Nicolet River in the east and Lacerte Road in the west

20

Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used.

Hunting with bait in the spring is permitted if the Minister has given consent in writing under subsection 61(1) of these Regulations

6District GSnow GeeseNo limitThe last Saturday of September to December 2620Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese may be used. While hunting that species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted

PART 6Ontario

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    Central District

    Central District means the portion of Ontario included in Wildlife Management Units 42 to 44, 46 to 50, and 53 to 59. (District central)

    Hudson-James Bay District

    Hudson-James Bay District means the portion of Ontario included in Wildlife Management Units 1A and 1B and the portions of Wildlife Management Units 1D, 25 and 26 lying north of latitude 51° and east of longitude 83°45′. (District de la Baie d’Hudson et de la Baie James)

    Northern District

    Northern District means the portion of Ontario included in Wildlife Management Unit 1C, the portions of Wildlife Management Units 1D, 25 and 26 lying south of latitude 51° and west of longitude 83°45′, as well as Wildlife Management Units 2 to 24, 27 to 41, and 45. (District nord)

    Southern District

    Southern District means the portion of Ontario included in Wildlife Management Units 60 to 95. (District du sud)

  • 2 In this Part,

    • (a) a reference to a Wildlife Management Unit is a reference to a “wildlife management unit” in the Province of Ontario as referred to in Schedule 1 to Part 6 of Area Descriptions, Ontario Regulation 663/98 made under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c. 41, and if a wildlife management unit is referred to by a whole number only, the reference is to all of the wildlife management units referred to in that Schedule by that number used in combination with a letter or a letter and another number; and

    • (b) a reference to municipalities where hunting with guns on Sundays is permitted is a reference to those municipalities in Ontario referred to in Schedule 1 to Part 7 of Ontario Regulation 663/98 (Area Descriptions) as being the areas south of the French and Mattawa rivers where it is permitted to hunt with a gun on Sundays under Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) made under the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c. 41.

  • 3 In this Part, the open seasons set out in Table 1 and Table 2 do not apply to the following areas:

    • (a) the northeasterly portion of Lake St. Clair that is bounded by a line extending northwest (approximately 315°) from the south bank of the mouth of the Thames River in the County of Essex in Ontario to the international boundary between Canada and the United States and from there northeasterly following the international boundary line to the intersection with the southwesterly shore of Seaway Island, the portion of Rondeau Bay on Lake Erie in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent in Ontario, and the portion of Long Point Bay on Lake Erie in Norfolk County in Ontario that lies westerly of a line extending from the confluence of the waters of Lake Erie with the waters of Cottage Creek across the most westerly extremity of Whitefish Bar Island to the southerly shore of Turkey Point, each of those portions being situated more than 300 m from the shore, from an area of emergent vegetation or from a water line that forms a boundary of private property;

    • (b) the portion of the St. Lawrence River at the beginning point where Lake St. Francis begins, lying between the easterly boundary of the dam at the site of the Robert H. Saunders Generating Station and the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec and situated more than 300 m from the shore of the mainland or any island, from any area of emergent vegetation or from any water line that forms a boundary of private property;

    • (c) the following portion of Norfolk Country in Ontario:

      The east quarter of Lot 7 and the west half of Lot 8 extending south of Regional Road number 42 to the northern boundary of the Long Point Conservation Authority Marsh described in instrument number 359664 deposited in the Registry Division of Norfolk; and

    • (d) the part of the Township of Frontenac Islands in Ontario lying west of the midway point between Howe Island and Wolfe Island and the southeasterly production of that midway point to the international boundary between Canada and the United States and east of a line through the westerly end of Long Point at the westerly end of Wolfe Island and the westerly end of Nine Mile Point on Simcoe Island commencing at the intersection of the southeasterly production of that line with the international boundary between Canada and the United States and ending at the intersection of the northwesterly production of the same line with the boundary of the Township of Frontenac Islands, unless the hunter is

      • (i) on the islands,

      • (ii) on the shore,

      • (iii) standing within an emergent marsh,

      • (iv) subject to subsection 41(1) of these Regulations, in a boat located in an emergent marsh contiguous with the shore, or

      • (v) in a blind that has been constructed to remain in place for the current hunting season on the shore, in the marsh or within 20 m of shore on a dock connected to shore.

  • 4 For greater certainty, in this Part, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to all persons.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Hudson-James Bay District
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)September 1 to December 166 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limitSeptember 1 to December 165
  • (c) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

No limitSeptember 1 to December 1650
  • (d) Geese (other than Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese), combined

15September 1 to December 165
  • (e) Rails (other than Yellow Rails and King Rails), Coots and Gallinules, combined

30September 1 to December 1610 (not more than 8 may be Coots and not more than 4 may be Gallinules)
  • (f) Woodcock

24September 15 to December 168
  • (g) Snipe

30September 1 to December 1610
  • (h) Mourning Doves

N/ANo open seasonN/A
2Northern District
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)September 10 to December 256 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 1 to September 9

  • (A) 10 (in Wildlife Management Units 8, 10, 13, 36, 37, 39, 41 and 45)

  • (B) 5 (in other Wildlife Management Units)

  • (ii) September 10 to December 16

5
  • (c) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

No limitSeptember 1 to December 1620
  • (d) Geese (other than Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese), combined

15September 1 to December 165
  • (e) Rails (other than Yellow Rails and King Rails), Coots and Gallinules, combined

30September 10 to December 2510 (not more than 8 may be Coots and not more than 4 may be Gallinules)
  • (f) Woodcock

24September 15 to December 168
  • (g) Snipe

30September 10 to December 2510
  • (h) Mourning Doves

N/ANo open seasonN/A
3Central District
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The third Saturday in September to the first Sunday after December 296 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in September

10
  • (ii) the third Saturday in September to December 16

5
  • (c) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

No limitSeptember 1 to December 1620
  • (d) Geese (other than Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese), combined

15September 1 to December 165
  • (e) Rails (other than Yellow Rails and King Rails), Coots and Gallinules, combined

30The third Saturday in September to the first Sunday after December 2910 (not more than 8 may be Coots and not more than 4 may be Gallinules)
  • (f) Woodcock

24September 15 to December 168
  • (g) Snipe

30The third Saturday in September to the first Sunday after December 2910
  • (h) Mourning Doves

45September 1 to November 3015
4Southern District
  • (a) Ducks (other than Harlequin Ducks), combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye)The fourth Saturday in September to the first Sunday after January 56 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) the Thursday after the first Monday of September to the second Sunday after that Monday (excluding Sundays in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sunday is not permitted by provincial regulations)

  • (A) 10 (in Wildlife Management Units 60 to 81, 83, 86 to 92 and 95)

  • (B) 8 (in Wildlife Management Units 82, 84, 85, 93 and 94)

  • (ii) the fourth Saturday in September to the first Wednesday after December 25 (excluding Sundays in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sundays is not permitted by provincial regulations)

  • (A) 5 (in Wildlife Management Units 60 to 64, 66 to 81, 83, 86 to 92 and 95 from the fourth Saturday in September to the first Friday after October 25)

  • (B) 3 (in Wildlife Management Units 65, 82, 84, 85 and 93 from the fourth Saturday in September to the first Friday after October 25)

  • (C) 5 (in Wildlife Management Units 60 to 93 and 95 from the first Saturday after October 26 to the first Wednesday after December 25)

  • (D) 3 (in Wildlife Management Unit 94)

  • (iii) the first Thursday after December 26 to the first Saturday after January 3, excluding Sundays, in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sundays is not permitted by provincial regulations

  • (A) 5 (in Wildlife Management Units 60 to 93 and 95)

  • (B) 3 (in Wildlife Management Unit 94)

  • (iv) the fourth Saturday in February to the following Saturday, excluding Sundays, in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sunday is not permitted by provincial regulations (not an open season in Wildlife Management Unit 94)

  • (A) 10 (in Wildlife Management Units 60 to 81, 83, 86 to 92 and 95)

  • (B) 8 (in Wildlife Management Units 82, 84, 85 and 93)

  • (c) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) the fourth Saturday in September to the first Sunday after January 5 (excluding Sundays in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sundays is not permitted by provincial regulations)

20
  • (ii) the fourth Saturday in February to the following Saturday, excluding Sundays, in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sunday is not permitted by provincial regulations

20
  • (d) Geese (other than Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese), combined

15The fourth Saturday in September to the first Sunday after January 55
  • (e) Rails (other than Yellow Rails and King Rails), Coots and Gallinules, combined

30The fourth Saturday in September to the first Sunday after January 510 (not more than 8 may be Coots and not more than 4 may be Gallinules)
  • (f) Woodcock

24
  • (i) September 15 to September 24 (only in Wildlife Management Units 60 to 67 and 69B)

8
  • (ii) September 25 to December 20 (only in

    Wildlife Management Units 60 to 95)

8
  • (g) Snipe

30The fourth Saturday in September to the first Sunday after January 510
  • (h) Mourning Doves

45September 1 to November 3015

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Ontario

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1Southern District (only Wildlife Management Unit 65, 66, 67 and 69B)Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) the fourth Saturday in September to the first Sunday after January 5

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is open season may be hunted
  • (b) the fourth Saturday in February to the following Saturday, excluding Sundays, in municipalities where hunting with guns on Sundays is not permitted by provincial regulations

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is open season may be hunted
  • (c) March 1 to May 31

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is open season may be hunted

PART 7Manitoba

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 1

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 1 means the portion of Manitoba lying north of latitude 57°N and the portion lying east of longitude 94°W and north of latitude 56°N. (Zone no 1 de chasse aux oiseaux considérés comme gibier)

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 2

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 2 means the portion of Manitoba lying between Provincial Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 1 and the line commencing at the intersection of the boundary between Manitoba and Saskatchewan and latitude 53°N; from there easterly along that parallel of latitude to the east shore of Lake Winnipegosis; from there southeasterly along the shoreline of that lake to the northern limit of Township 43; from there easterly along the northern limit of that township to the boundary between Manitoba and Ontario. (Zone no 2 de chasse aux oiseaux considérés comme gibier)

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 3

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 3 means the portion of Manitoba lying between Provincial Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 2 and Provincial Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 4. (Zone no 3 de chasse aux oiseaux considérés comme gibier)

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 4

    Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 4 means Provincial Game Hunting Areas 22, 23, 24, 25A, 25B, 27, 28, 29, 29A, 30, 31, 31A, 32, 33, 34, 34A, 34B, 34C, 35, 35A, 36 and 38 as described in Manitoba’s Hunting Areas and Zones Regulation, M.R. 220/86, made under The Wildlife Act, C.C.S.M., c. W130. (Zone no 4 de chasse aux oiseaux considérés comme gibier)

    non-resident of Canada

    non-resident of Canada means a person who is not a resident of Canada. (non-résident du Canada)

    resident of Canada

    resident of Canada means a person whose primary or habitual place of residence is in Canada. (résident du Canada)

  • 2 For the purpose of paragraph 28(3)(b) of these Regulations, during the period that begins on the first day of an open season set out in Table 1 in respect of Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese or Brant and ends on the second Sunday of October, the period during which hunting — in those parts of Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 4 or in Provincial Game Hunting Areas 13A, 14 and 14A, that portion of Area 16 south of the north limit of Township 33 and Areas 18, 18A, 18B, 18C, 19, 19A, 19B, 20, 21A, 23A and 25, as described in Manitoba’s Hunting Areas and Zones Regulation 220/86, made under The Wildlife Act, C.C.S.M., c. W130 — by non-residents of Canada for those species is prohibited begins at noon local time on any day and ends half an hour before sunrise the next day.

  • 3 In this Part, unless otherwise specified, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to residents of Canada and non-residents of Canada.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 1
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24September 1 to October 318
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

24September 1 to October 318
  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

15September 1 to November 305
  • (d) Coots

24September 1 to October 318
  • (e) Woodcock

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Snipe

30September 1 to October 3110
2Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 2
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24
  • (i) September 1 to September 7, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 8 to November 30

8
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

24 for residents of Canada

15 for non-residents of Canada

  • (i) September 1 to September 7, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 8 to November 30

  • (A) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (B) 5 for non-residents of Canada

  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

15September 1 to November 305
  • (d) Coots

24
  • (i) September 1 to September 7, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 8 to November 30

8
  • (e) Woodcock

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Snipe

30
  • (i) September 1 to September 7, for residents of Canada only

10
  • (ii) September 8 to November 30

10
3Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 3
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24
  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

8
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

24 for residents of Canada

15 for non-residents of Canada

  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

  • (A) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (B) 5 for non-residents of Canada

  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

15September 1 to December 65
  • (d) Coots

24
  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

8
  • (e) Woodcock

24 for residents of Canada

12 for non-residents of Canada

September 8 to December 6
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30
  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

10
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

10
4Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 4
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 for residents of Canada

24 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 12 may be Redheads or Canvasbacks in any combination)

  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

  • (A) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (B) 8 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 4 may be Redheads or Canvasbacks in any combination)

  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

24 for residents of Canada

15 for non-residents of Canada

  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

8 (plus an additional 4 in Provincial Game Hunting Area 38)
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

  • (A) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (B) 5 for non-residents of Canada

  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

15September 1 to December 65
  • (d) Coots

24
  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

8
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

8
  • (e) Woodcock

24 for residents of Canada

12 for non-residents of Canada

September 8 to December 6
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 4 for non-residents of Canada

  • (f) Snipe

30
  • (i) September 1 to September 23, for residents of Canada only

10
  • (ii) September 24 to December 6

10

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Manitoba

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 1Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) August 15 to August 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used.
  • (b) September 1 to October 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (c) April 1 to June 15

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
2Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 2Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to September 7, for residents of Canada only

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) September 8 to November 30

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (c) March 15 to May 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
3Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 3
  • (a) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 1 to September 16, for residents of Canada only

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (ii) September 17 to December 6

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (iii) March 15 to May 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. From March 15 to April 10, electronic bird calls of Canada Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) Canada Geese

24March 1 to April 108Electronic bird calls of Canada Geese may be used. From March 15 to April 10, electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
4Game Bird Hunting Zone No. 4
  • (a) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

No limit
  • (i) September 1 to September 16, for residents of Canada only

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (ii) September 17 to December 6

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (iii) March 15 to May 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. From March 15 to April 10, electronic bird calls of Canada Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) Canada Geese

24March 1 to April 108Electronic bird calls of Canada Geese may be used. From March 15 to April 10, electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted

PART 8Saskatchewan

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    District No. 1 (North)

    District No. 1 (North) means Provincial Wildlife Management Zones 43 and 47 to 76. (District no 1 (Nord))

    District No. 2 (South)

    District No. 2 (South) means Provincial Wildlife Management Zones 1 to 42 and 44 to 46, and the Saskatoon and Regina-Moose Jaw Provincial Wildlife Management Zones. (District no 2 (Sud))

  • 2 In this Part, the Provincial Wildlife Management Zones are the areas defined by Saskatchewan’s Wildlife Management Zones and Special Areas Boundaries Regulations, 1990, RRS c W-13.1 Reg 45, made under The Wildlife Act, SS 1997, c W-13.11 of Saskatchewan.

  • 3 For the purpose of paragraph 28(3)(b) of these Regulations, during the period that begins on the first day of an open season set out in Table 1 in respect of Canada Geese, Cackling Geese or White-fronted Geese and ends on October 14, the period during which hunting for those species in District No. 2 (South) and the portion of District No. 1 (North) consisting of Provincial Wildlife Management Zones 43, 47 to 59 and 67 to 69 is prohibited begins at noon local time on any day and ends half an hour before sunrise the next day.

  • 4 For greater certainty, in this Part a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to all persons.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1District No. 1 (North) and District No. 2 (South)
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24September 1 to December 168
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese and White-fronted Geese, combined

24September 1 to December 168
  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

15September 1 to December 165
  • (d) Coots

30September 1 to December 1610
  • (e) Snipe

30September 1 to December 1610

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Saskatchewan

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1District No. 1 (North) and District No. 2 (South)Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to December 16

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) March 15 to June 15

20Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used

PART 9Alberta

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    non-resident of Canada

    non-resident of Canada means a person who is not a resident of Canada. (non-résident du Canada)

    resident of Canada

    resident of Canada means a person whose primary or habitual place of residence is in Canada. (résident du Canada)

    Zone No. 1

    Zone No. 1 means Wildlife Management Units 200, 202 to 204, 206, 208, 216, 220 to 222, 224, 226, 228, 230, 232, 234, 236, 238, 240, 242, 244, 246, 248, 250, 252, 254, 256, 258, 260, 316, 318, 320, 322, 324, 326, 328, 330, 332, 334, 336 to 340, 342, 344, 346 to 360, 400, 402, 404, 406, 408, 410, 412, 414, 416 to 418, 420, 422, 426, 428 to 430, 432, 434, 436 to 442, 444 to 446, 500 to 512, 514 to 532, 534 to 537, 539 to 542, 544, 841 and 936. (Zone no 1)

    Zone No. 2

    Zone No. 2 means Wildlife Management Units 102, 104, 106, 108, 110, 112, 116, 118, 119, 124, 128, 130, 132, 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144, 148, 150 to 152, 156, 158, 160, 162 to 164, 166, 210, 212, 214, 300, 302 to 306, 308, 310, 312 and 314. (Zone no 2)

  • 2 In this Part, the Wildlife Management Units are the areas described in Schedule 9 to Alberta’s Wildlife Regulation, Alta. Reg. 143/1997, made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. W-10.

  • 3 In this Part, unless otherwise specified, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to residents of Canada and non-residents of Canada.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Zone No. 1
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 for residents of Canada

24 for non-residents of Canada (not more than a total of 6 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye or Common Goldeneye in any combination)

September 1 to December 16
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 8 for non-residents of Canada (not more than a total of 2 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye or Common Goldeneye in any combination)

  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese and White-fronted Geese, combined

24September 1 to December 168
  • (c) Sandhill Crane

15September 1 to December 16 (in Wildlife Management Units 200, 202 to 204, 206, 208, 220, 222, 226, 228, 230, 232, 234, 236, 238, 240, 242, 244, 248, 250, 252, 254, 256, 258, 260 and 500)5
  • (d) Coots

24September 1 to December 168
  • (e) Snipe

24September 1 to December 168
2Zone No. 2
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 for residents of Canada

24 for non-residents of Canada (not more than a total of 6 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye or Common Goldeneye in any combination)

September 8 to December 23
  • (i) 8 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 8 for non-residents of Canada (not more than a total of 2 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye or Common Goldeneye in any combination)

  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese and White-fronted Geese, combined

24September 8 to December 238
  • (c) Sandhill Crane

15September 8 to December 23 (in Wildlife Management Units 102, 104, 106, 112, 116, 118, 119, 124, 128, 130, 132, 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144, 148, 150 to 152, 156, 158, 160, 162 to 164, 166 and 210)5
  • (d) Coots

24September 8 to December 238
  • (e) Snipe

24September 8 to December 238

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Alberta

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1Zone No. 1Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to December 16

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) March 15 to June 15

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
2Zone No. 2Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) September 8 to December 23

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) March 15 to June 15

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used

PART 10British Columbia

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    District No. 1

    District No. 1 means Provincial Management Units 1-1 to 1-15. (District no 1)

    District No. 2

    District No. 2 means Provincial Management Units 2-2 to 2-19. (District no 2)

    District No. 3

    District No. 3 means Provincial Management Units 3-12 to 3-20 and 3-26 to 3-44. (District no 3)

    District No. 4

    District No. 4 means Provincial Management Units 4-1 to 4-9 and 4-14 to 4-40. (District no 4)

    District No. 5

    District No. 5 means Provincial Management Units 5-1 to 5-15. (District no 5)

    District No. 6

    District No. 6 means Provincial Management Units 6-1 to 6-30. (District no 6)

    District No. 7

    District No. 7 means Provincial Management Units 7-2 to 7-58. (District no 7)

    District No. 8

    District No. 8 means Provincial Management Units 8-1 to 8-15 and 8-21 to 8-26. (District no 8)

  • 2 In this Part, the Provincial Management Units are the areas shown in British Columbia’s Management Unit Regulation, B.C. Reg. 64/96, made under the Wildlife Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 488.

  • 3 For greater certainty, in this Part, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to all persons.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in British Columbia

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1District No. 1
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)The first Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 198 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30
  • (i) the first Saturday in September to the Tuesday after the second Saturday in September (only in Provincial Management Units 1-1, 1-2 and 1-4 to 1-7)

10
  • (ii) the Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after November 17

10
  • (iii) the first Monday after November 18 to the Friday before the third Saturday in December (only in Provincial Management Units 1-3 and 1-8 to 1-15)

10
  • (iv) the third Saturday in December to the first Sunday after January 5

10
  • (v) the first Monday after January 6 to the first Sunday after January 19 (only in Provincial Management Units 1-3 and 1-8 to 1-15)

10
  • (vi) in a year that is not a leap year, February 10 to March 10 (only in Provincial Management Units 1-1, 1-2 and 1-4 to 1-7)

10
  • (vii) in a leap year, February 11 to March 10 (only in Provincial Management Units 1-1, 1-2 and 1-4 to 1-7)

10
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 195
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

15The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 195
  • (e) Brant

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Coots

30The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 1910
  • (g) Snipe

30The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 1910
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared Doves, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (i) Band-Tailed Pigeons

15September 15 to September 305
2District No. 2
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 198 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30
  • (i) the first Saturday in September to the Tuesday after the second Saturday in September

10
  • (ii) the Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after November 17

10
  • (iii) the third Saturday in December to the first Sunday after January 5

10
  • (iv) in a year that is not a leap year, February 10 to March 10

10
  • (v) in a leap year, February 11 to March 10

10
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 195
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

30 (not more than 15 may be Ross’s Geese). An additional 15 Geese may be possessed in Provincial Management Units 2-4 and 2-5
  • (i) the Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Tuesday after December 29

10 (not more than 5 may be Ross’s Geese). An additional 5 Geese may be killed or taken in Provincial Management Units 2-4 and 2-5
  • (ii) in a year that is not a leap year, February 20 to March 10

10 (not more than 5 may be Ross’s Geese). An additional 5 Geese may be killed or taken in Provincial Management Units 2-4 and 2-5
  • (iii) in a leap year, February 21 to March 10

10 (not more than 5 may be Ross’s Geese). An additional 5 Geese may be killed or taken in Provincial Management Units 2-4 and 2-5
  • (e) Brant

9March 1 to March 10 (only in Provincial Management Unit 2-4)3
  • (f) Coots

30The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 1910
  • (g) Snipe

30The Saturday after the first Monday in October to the first Sunday after January 1910
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (i) Band-tailed Pigeons

15September 15 to September 305
3District No. 3
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)September 8 to December 238 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30
  • (i) September 8 to September 20

10
  • (ii) October 1 to December 23

10
  • (iii) March 1 to March 10

10
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15September 8 to December 235
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

15September 8 to December 235
  • (e) Brant

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Coots

30September 8 to December 2310
  • (g) Snipe

30September 8 to December 2310
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves, combined

15September 1 to September 305
  • (i) Band-tailed Pigeons

15September 15 to September 30 (only in Provincial Management Units 3-13 to 3-17)5
4District No. 4
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)September 8 to December 238 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30September 8 to December 2310
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15September 8 to December 235
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

15September 8 to December 235
  • (e) Brant

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Coots

30September 8 to December 2310
  • (g) Snipe

30September 8 to December 2310
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves, combined

15September 1 to September 305
  • (i) Band-tailed Pigeons

N/ANo open seasonN/A
5District No. 5
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)September 13 to December 258 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30September 13 to December 2510
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15September 13 to December 255
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

15September 13 to December 255
  • (e) Brant

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Coots

30September 13 to December 2510
  • (g) Snipe

30September 13 to December 2510
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (i) Band-tailed Pigeons

N/ANo open seasonN/A
6District No. 6
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (i) September 1 to September 30 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to 6-10 and 6-15 to 6-30)

8 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (ii) October 1 to November 30

8 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (iii) December 1 to January 15 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-3 and 6-11 to 6-14)

8 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30
  • (i) September 1 to September 30 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to 6-10 and 6-15 to 6-30)

10
  • (ii) October 1 to November 30

10
  • (iii) December 1 to January 15 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-3 and 6-11 to 6-14)

10
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15
  • (i) September 1 to September 30 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to 6-10 and 6-15 to 6-30)

5
  • (ii) October 1 to November 30

5
  • (iii) December 1 to January 15 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-3 and 6-11 to 6-14)

5
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

15
  • (i) September 1 to September 30 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to 6-10 and 6-15 to 6-30)

5
  • (ii) October 1 to November 30

5
  • (iii) December 1 to January 15 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-3 and 6-11 to 6-14)

5
  • (e) Brant

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Coots

30
  • (i) September 1 to September 30 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to 6-10 and 6-15 to 6-30)

10
  • (ii) October 1 to November 30

10
  • (iii) December 1 to January 15 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-3 and 6-11 to 6-14)

10
  • (g) Snipe

30
  • (i) September 1 to September 30 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 to 6-10 and 6-15 to 6-30)

10
  • (ii) October 1 to November 30

10
  • (iii) December 1 to January 15 (only in Provincial Management Units 6-3 and 6-11 to 6-14)

10
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (i) Band-tailed Pigeons

N/ANo open seasonN/A
7District No. 7
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)September 1 to November 308 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30September 1 to November 3010
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15September 1 to November 305
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

15September 1 to November 305
  • (e) Brant

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Coots

30September 1 to November 3010
  • (g) Snipe

30September 1 to November 3010
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (i) Band-tailed Pigeons

N/ANo open seasonN/A
8District No. 8
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24 (not more than 12 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 12 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 6 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 6 may be Harlequin Ducks)September 23 to January 78 (not more than 4 may be Northern Pintails, not more than 4 may be Canvasbacks, not more than 2 may be Goldeneyes and not more than 2 may be Harlequin Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese and Cackling Geese, combined

30
  • (i) September 20 to November 28

10
  • (ii) December 20 to January 5

10
  • (iii) in a year that is not a leap year, February 21 to March 10

10
  • (iv) in a leap year, February 22 to March 10

10
  • (c) White-fronted Geese

15September 23 to January 75
  • (d) Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combined

15September 23 to January 75
  • (e) Brant

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (f) Coots

30September 23 to January 710
  • (g) Snipe

30September 23 to January 710
  • (h) Mourning Doves and Eurasian Collared-Doves, combined

15September 1 to September 305
  • (i) Band-tailed Pigeons

N/ANo open seasonN/A

PART 11Northwest Territories

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    non-resident of Canada

    non-resident of Canada means a person who is not a resident of Canada. (non-résident du Canada)

    resident of Canada

    resident of Canada means a person whose primary or habitual place of residence is in Canada. (résident du Canada)

  • 2 In this Part, unless otherwise specified, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to residents of Canada and non-residents of Canada.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in the Northwest Territories

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Throughout the Northwest Territories
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

No limit for residents of Canada

16 for non-residents of Canada

September 1 to December 10
  • (i) 25 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 8 for non-residents of Canada

  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

No limit for residents of Canada

10 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 4 may be White-fronted Geese)

September 1 to December 10
  • (i) 15 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 5 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 2 may be White-fronted Geese)

  • (c) Coots

No limitSeptember 1 to December 1025
  • (d) Snipe

No limit for residents of Canada

20 for non-residents of Canada

September 1 to December 1010

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in the Northwest Territories

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1Banks Island and the portions of Victoria Island and of the Queen Elizabeth Islands that are in the Northwest TerritoriesSnow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to December 10

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) May 1 to June 30

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
2Throughout the Northwest Territories except Banks Island, Victoria Island and the Queen Elizabeth IslandsSnow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) September 1 to December 10

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) May 1 to May 28

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used

PART 12Yukon

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    Central Yukon

    Central Yukon means the portion of Yukon lying between latitude 62° and 66°N. (Centre du Yukon)

    Northern Yukon

    Northern Yukon means the portion of Yukon lying north of latitude 66°N. (Nord du Yukon)

    resident of Yukon

    resident of Yukon means a person whose primary or habitual place of residence is in Yukon. (résident du Yukon)

    Southern Yukon

    Southern Yukon means the portion of Yukon lying south of latitude 62°N. (Sud du Yukon)

  • 2 In this Part, unless otherwise specified, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to residents of Yukon and to persons who are not residents of Yukon.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Yukon

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Northern Yukon
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

No limit
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

25
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

25
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

No limit
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

15
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

15
  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (d) Rails and Coots, combined

No limit
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

25
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

25
  • (e) Snipe

No limit
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

10
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

10
2Central Yukon
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

8
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

8
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

15
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

5
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

5
  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

4
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

2
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

2
  • (d) Rails and Coots, combined

No limit
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

25
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

25
  • (e) Snipe

30
  • (i) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

10
  • (ii) September 1 to October 31

10
3Southern Yukon
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

24September 1 to October 318
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

15September 1 to October 315
  • (c) Sandhill Cranes

4September 1 to October 312
  • (d) Rails and Coots, combined

N/ANo open seasonN/A
  • (e) Snipe

30September 1 to October 3110

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Yukon

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1Northern YukonSnow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) September 1 to October 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (c) May 1 to May 28

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
2Central YukonSnow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) August 15 to August 31, for residents of Yukon only

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) September 1 to October 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (c) May 1 to May 28

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
3Southern YukonSnow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limitSeptember 1 to October 3150Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (b) May 1 to May 28

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used

PART 13Nunavut

  • 1 The following definitions apply in this Part.

    non-resident of Canada

    non-resident of Canada means a person who is not a resident of Canada. (non-résident du Canada)

    resident of Canada

    resident of Canada means a person whose primary or habitual place of residence is in Canada. (résident du Canada)

  • 2 In this Part, unless otherwise specified, a possession limit, open season or daily bag limit applies to residents of Canada and non-residents of Canada.

TABLE 1

Open Season and Daily Bag and Possession Limits in Nunavut

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag Limit
1Throughout Nunavut except the portion of the islands and waters of James Bay south of latitude 55°N
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

No limit for residents of Canada

24 for non-residents of Canada

September 1 to December 10
  • (i) 25 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 8 for non-residents of Canada

  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

No limit for residents of Canada

15 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 6 may be White-fronted Geese)

September 1 to December 10
  • (i) 15 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 5 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 2 may be White-fronted Geese)

  • (c) Coots

No limitSeptember 1 to December 1025
  • (d) Snipe

No limit for residents of Canada

30 for non-residents of Canada

September 1 to December 1010
2The portion of the islands and waters of James Bay south of latitude 55°N and west of longitude 80°15’W
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 6 may be American Black Ducks)September 1 to December 106 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

No limit for residents of Canada

15 White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined, for non-residents of Canada (not more than 6 may be White-fronted Geese) and no limit in respect of Canada Geese and Cackling Geese

September 1 to December 10
  • (i) 15 for residents of Canada (not more than a total of 5 may be Canada Geese or Cackling Geese in any combination)

  • (ii) 5 for non-residents of Canada (not more than a total of 2 may be White-Fronted Geese)

  • (c) Coots

No limitSeptember 1 to December 1025
  • (d) Snipe

No limit for residents of Canada

30 for non-residents of Canada

September 1 to December 1010
3The portion of the islands and waters of James Bay south of 55°N latitude and east of 80°15’W longitude
  • (a) all Ducks, combined

18 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye and not more than 2 may be Blue-winged Teal)September 1 to December 106 (not more than 1 may be Barrow’s Goldeneye, not more than 1 may be Blue-winged Teal and not more than 4 may be American Black Ducks)
  • (b) Canada Geese, Cackling Geese, White-fronted Geese and Brant, combined

20 for residents of Canada

20 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 6 may be White-fronted Geese)

September 1 to December 10
  • (i) 15 for residents of Canada

  • (ii) 5 for non-residents of Canada (not more than 2 may be White-fronted Geese)

  • (c) Coots

No limitSeptember 1 to December 1025
  • (d) Snipe

No limit for residents of Canada

30 for non-residents of Canada

September 1 to December 1010

TABLE 2

Special Measures for Overabundant Species in Nunavut

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5Column 6
ItemAreaSpeciesPossession LimitOpen SeasonDaily Bag LimitAdditional Hunting Method or Equipment
1Throughout NunavutSnow Geese and Ross’s Geese, combinedNo limit
  • (a) August 15 to August 31

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
  • (b) September 1 to December 10

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used. While hunting those species with those calls, any other species of migratory bird for which it is the open season may be hunted
  • (c) May 1 to June 30

50Electronic bird calls of Snow Geese and Ross’s Geese may be used
 
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