When: Saturday, March 19, 2016 1:00 PM

Where: North Peace Rod and Gun Club Charlie Lake

Presenter: Chris Addison, Director Resource Operations, FLNRO

The BC Government, along with local First Nations, has been working on a regional moose management plan. Chris Addison will give us an update on the process and outcomes to date.

PAL: Saturday, April 30, 2016

PALR: Sunday, May 1, 2016

More information.

Is the government giving away your right to hunt, fish, hike, snowmobile and otherwise recreate in the backcountry?

Concerned Citizens Need to Attend the Public Meeting

Pomeroy Hotel

7 PM on Saturday, March 12, 2016.

 

The Issues:

  1. Lack of Government Transparency
  2. Lack of Consultation with Major Stakeholders
  3. Land Transfers to First Nations and Maintaining Public Access
  4. Moose Management in the Peace-Liard

Backgrounder

Update: There is now a mobile app available for submitting surveys — read on.

The BC Wildlife Health Program is looking for help from wildlife professionals and the public with observations of hair loss caused by “Winter Ticks” on moose throughout the province.  The Moose Winter Tick Surveillance Program wants to collect observations to monitor the number of animals with hair loss and the amount of hair loss on each animal to estimate winter tick prevalence and distribution.  This program will occur on an annual basis.  Winter ticks are a significant parasite for moose populations and can contribute to moose declines in parts of their range, including BC. So, it is an important health factor to monitor, particularly with climate change and alterations to moose habitat.  The findings of the surveillance program will contribute to the Provincial Moose Research Program, which was initiated in 2013 to investigate factors influencing moose populations in BC.  This is the second year of the program; last year we received 361 reports of moose from across the province.

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February 22-25, 2016

More information.

PAL: March 12, 2016

PALR: March 13, 2016

More information.

MIGHTY PEACE 3GUN LEAGUE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FOLLOWING MATCH DATES FOR 2016,

March 26, Grande Prairie AB.
April 23, Grande Prairie AB.
May 21, Grande Prairie AB.
May 28, Peace River AB.
June 18/19, Fort St. John BC
June 25, Dawson Creek BC
July 16, Fort St. John BC
July 30, Peace River AB.
August 13/14, Grande Prairie AB
Sept. 10, Grande Prairie AB
Oct. 1/2. Team Match, Peace River

ALSO ON Aug 20, THERE WILL BE A PISTOL MATCH IN GRANDE PRARIE

RULES, DIVISIONS AND SUCH ARE ALL LOCATED ON FACEBOOK PAGE UNDER FILES. JOIN THE FACEBOOK PAGE FOR THE MOST UP TO DATE INFO AND UPDATES AS WELL AS DIVISION LEADERS AND SUCH, WE DO USE A POINT SYSTEM FOR “SEASON WINNERS” SO THE MORE MATCHES YOU ATTEND THE HIGHER THE RANKING.

 

In April 2016, the Province will introduce a new online system that will improve the overall efficiency of hunter services. Initially the online service will be for Limited Entry Hunting (LEH) applications. In the future, the system will integrate a range of online services for hunters, including licensing.
Hunters will have 24-hour online access to hunting services from any computer with an internet connection and will be able to view and track their Limited Entry Hunting applications online.
To provide access to the new system, hunter numbers will be replaced with a new Fish and Wildlife ID (FWID).
Hunters with an existing hunter number will be assigned a FWID (which will include their old hunter number) and a Resident Hunting Credential. New hunters will need to register and apply for their FWID and Resident Hunting Credential.

What is the Fish and Wildlife ID?
The FWID is a personalized nine-digit identification number that is linked to a secure electronic profile. The electronic profile contains your name, address, date of birth, hunting credential, and other information, such as the status of your LEH applications. The FWID can be printed on paper or displayed on a mobile or other computing device. There is no cost to obtain a FWID.

Hunters who don’t have a computer can still access hunting services – including applying for LEH – through Service BC, FrontCounterBC or a vendor (your local hunting, fishing and sporting goods store).

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The Peace area public wildlife count will take place on January 30 or 31, 2016

If you have an interest in wildlife, we are looking for volunteers to collect data on trends in population size and location of deer, elk and moose. The information will be used to help inform management decisions. There are prizes for participation.

More information.

Wanted Poster

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