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National Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing Heritage Day Is September 16; Saskatchewan Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing Heritage Day to Follow

September 11, 2017 The abundant fish and wildlife in this province is primarily due to the joint contributions of licensed hunters, anglers and trappers who are on the ground supporting provincial conservation activities.  That is why the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) wants to take this day to both celebrate our national heritage in hunting trapping […]

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SWF AND SSGA URGE HUNTERS TO STAY ON TRACK

Aug 30, 2017 As the fall weather moves in, record breaking dry conditions are developing in several areas across the province. This increases the potential risk of fires starting from vehicle use, and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) and the Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association (SSGA) are requesting hunters take extra precautions this hunting season.   […]

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Save A Doe – Save Some Dough!

June 6 2017 With vehicle repair costs constantly on the rise, The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) is reminding motorists that driving a little slower through deer country could potentially save them a good deal of money. Every year, more than 10,000 deer, moose and elk are hit and killed by vehicles. Millions of dollars in […]

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OTC Archery Mule Deer Tags

We have received a number of emails regarding the SWF’s position on Over the Counter (OTC) Archery Mule Deer tags in response to comments made by Ministry of Environment staff at the Wildlife Advisory Committee meeting yesterday. The SWF was unaware that any proposal regarding changes to the OTC Mule Deer archery opportunity were going […]

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Don’t Feed the Wildlife

From Government of Saskatchewan:  http://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/news-and-media/2017/january/19/dont-feed-the-wildlife    Released on January 19, 2017 Best Intentions May Cause More Harm Than Good Many parts of Saskatchewan have already seen nasty weather this winter, and it’s expected to return. Extreme cold, high wind chill values and snow storms make this season challenging for Saskatchewan residents. Severe winters often cause […]

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