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Dove Hunting 101

Mourning Dove Hunting 101Hunting doves is not as popular as say, hunting deer.  But anytime you can be out in the woods is time well managed. Doves are hunted in 40 states, with Michigan being the only Midwestern state to not have an established dove season.  Approximately 41 million doves are harvested annually across the nation.

The population of the mourning dove in the continental US is estimated at around 350 million, making it one of the most plentiful birds in North America. Continue reading Dove Hunting 101

Ontario Introduces Mourning Dove Season

Canada DovesWow so many rumours floating around this week, who doesn’t like a good juicy rumour?  At first I thought no way this one could be true, so I scrambled for my smart phone to see the newly released Migratory Game Bird Hunting Regulations for Ontario.  As the pdf starts to load the first thing you notice is the “Important Updates” to the regulations, interesting.  Updates I think, this is looking good and there it is “Introduction of a Mourning Dove Hunting Season” for the Central and Southern Districts of Ontario. Continue reading Ontario Introduces Mourning Dove Season