Wildlife Harvest Data


Game Check

The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Resource Operations (FLNRO) in collaboration with stakeholders has initiated a series of game checks across northeast British Columbia. The game checks are intended to have an educational component, to check for compliance and enforcement (if necessary), to collect samples (i.e. tooth for aging), and to collect information regarding a hunter’s success and observations made during the hunt. All personal information collected during the game checks will be kept confidential and responses to the questions will assist staff in understanding hunter concerns.

A presentation by Christopher Addison, Director of Resource Management, and Mike Bridger, Regional Wildlife Biologist, presented at the Backcountry Sheep Hunting Seminar.

Topics

  1. Population and Harvest Numbers
  2. Stone’s Sheep Management
  3. How can Hunters Help?
  4. Ageing Sheep

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We have just received and updated file from our local Wildlife Management Branch that provides wildlife harvest data from 1976 through to 2012 for Region 7. They have also included a file that explains what you will find in the harvest data spreadsheet and how to use and interpret the spreadsheet.

BIG GAME HARVEST STATISTICS 1976 – 2012

INTERPRETING THE BIG GAME HARVEST STATISTICS SPREADSHEET