Seven people have been arrested in two cases of illegal night hunting in western Manitoba. Social media posts about big game animals killed in that area of the province this fall prompted conservation officers to conduct patrols in the region, says a news release from the Manitoba government.
MWF News and Upcoming Events
The Manitoba Wildlife Federation is proud to announce our involvement with the Manitoba Outdoors Show! February 10 – 12, 2017 Red River Exhibition Park Admission: Adults $10, Children 16 & Under FREE Free Parking Stage & Pool Demonstrations Show Hours: Friday 4pm – 8pm, Saturday 11pm – 5pm, Sunday 11pm – 5pm 10′ x 10′ Booths @ […]
- Mid-Canada Boat Show Presents: Hook & Bullet Show – March 2 – 5, 2017
- Delta Waterfowl Banquet
- Calling All Affiliates – Committee Nominations and Resolutions Request
Welcome to the New Home for Information Pertaining to the Manitoba Wildlife Federation’s Campaign to End Spotlighting.
The MWF is dedicated to putting an end to spotlighting and is urging Manitobans to come forward with their spotlighting stories and to register their concerns regarding spotlighting in their communities.
Manitoba Wildlife Federation Outdoor Resources
Your info source for all things hunting. From taking your first steps into the world of hunting through expert advice and info to make your next hunt event better.
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Your info source for all things shooting. From taking your first steps into the world of shooting through expert advice and info to make your next shoot event better.
Your info source for all things fishing. From learn to fish clinics, licensing and gear through expert advice and info to make your next fishing trip even better.
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Your info source for all things trapping. From taking your first steps into the world of trapping through expert advice and info to make your day in the woods even better.
» Go Trap!
LakeWatch is your home for the MWFs campaign to raise awareness among the outdoor community about the many issues affecting the sustainability of Manitoba’s fish and fishery resources. The MWF hopes to create a hub where increased awareness leads to a much better managed fishery.
MWF is greatly concerned about the overall future and sustainability of all Manitoba fisheries, and the walleye fishery which is so important to many commercial and recreational anglers on Lake Winnipeg is of particular concern.