Moose Communications – Wildlife and Fisheries Branch

Recently the MLOA received the following documents from the Wildlife and Fisheries branch, the purpose of which is to share knowledge about Manitoba Moose Populations.

“Over the last 10 -15 years, declines in Southern Manitoba moose populations have resulted in Moose Conservation Closures being established in large areas of wester Manitoba (Duck and Porcupine Mountain areas), part of the Interlake (GHAs 21 and 21A), and a portion of GHA 26 in Eastern Manitoba…” Read More.

Hard to Be a Moose in a Changing World:

“The Moose is important to many Manitobans, whether for its natural value, as a source of healthy food, cultural or traditional reasons or for non-consumptive uses such as wildlife viewing…” Read More.

Moose Conservation Closures:

Here you will find a complete map of full and partial game hunting areas closed to moose hunting. View the Closure Map.

2020 Big Game Survey Results:

The Government of Manitoba collects a variety of information to help manage wildlife populations in the province. One method used to collect information is conducting aerial population surveys. View the survey results right here.

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