WMU’s , , , , , , and For further information Base Map Data provided by the Goverment of Alberta under. Fish and Wildlife; Fishing, Hunting & Trapping · Hunting in Alberta; Current page is Wildlife WMU Maps and Legal Land Descriptions. Details for WMU Commencing at the junction of highways 1A and 22 near Cochrane; thence northerly along highway 22 to secondary road ; thence.
|Published (Last):||21 June 2014|
|PDF File Size:||4.66 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||9.40 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
With the exception of short quotations for review purposes, no portion of this document wwmu be reproduced without written permission from Alberta Environment and Parks or Sports Scene Publications Incorporated. Contact your local Map Dealer.
Please do not allow the hunting of Sandhill Cranes. There is no hunting allowed on any County property.
Public access via the Festival Way entrance is available as of Ablerta 19 to: Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development. Navigating the Paperwork Alberta Environment and Parks. Foothills WMU Seasons Series They must be taken to the Ryley Landfillwhich is equipped to handle dead animals in the proper manner.
They are amazing creatures and we do not get many in our area near Rocky Mountain House. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
The following regulations apply to hunting on occupied land:. Know Before you Go: Too heavy — the maximum weight allowance is 90 kg lb for a cart to be able to be picked up safely. Hunting game birds with a shotgun on road allowances is not permitted in the County. Each WMU has its own population goals for the various game species. A large portion of the privately-owned land in the County falls into the category of occupied land, as defined under the Wildlife Act.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Carcasses don’t belong in the green organics cart or recycle station.
Provincial and Federal Maps Provincial and federal access and topographical maps are available from various private map dealers throughout the province. It also helps us spread hunting opportunities throughout the province, making things more equitable.
Alberta’s Wildlife Management Units – how they affect you | Alberta Environment and Parks
I do not want them to disappear entirely. Alberta offers many great hunting opportunities throughout the province for both big game and bird game.
This is in part because the majority of the hunting community are great environmental stewards who understand the need to pay it forward.
County Connect Ask it, report it or suggest it using County Connect. The following defines the month abbreviations used in the WMU links below: In other words, this system helps us meet alberga goals for wildlife population management. If limiting the number of animals hunted is the goal, why not just set quotas for the entire province?
Where’s the WMU maps? – Alberta Outdoorsmen Forum
This is why the number of licences available for a particular species can differ across WMUs. Health concerns — having a carcass out on the street poses health concerns attracting other animals, pests. These maps are available for a nominal fee and are useful for determining land status and ownership, which can help you obtain permission for access. Maps providing information about access, topography and land ownership can be purchased at several locations throughout the province. The following regulations apply to hunting on occupied land: Based on our population counts, we calculate the number of animals that can be harvested for each species while meeting those goals.
Mountain WMU Seasons Series It is entirely the decision of the landowner or occupant whether to allow hunting on the property. Provincial and federal regulations apply in these areas.
The parkade albwrta the Strathcona County Library remain closed.
Albertw of meat from typical household purposes especially cooked break down easier. Learning where and when you can hunt is the first step towards a responsible and rewarding hunting experience. First time hunting in Alberta?
To keep the hunting tradition alive, we must make sure that our native game species continued to albrta. Then, we use that number to figure out the number of licences that can be made available for hunters. And both of these things help keep hunting sustainable. But if the goal is to keep the population stable, mp licences would be available. Map Dealer locations are highlighted on the Map Distribution Centre external website at e srd.