NB Liquor partnering with Red Cross for British Columbia fire relief campaign
FREDERICTON, N.B. – In response to the recent forest fires in British Columbia, NB Liquor is partnering with the Canadian Red Cross to raise funds for the relief efforts.
Recent deer management efforts and milder winters throughout much of New Brunswick have helped increase the deer population in the province.
FREDERICTON, N.B. – Anyone wishing to apply for the 2017 antlerless deer hunt can do so from July 17 to Aug. 18.
The number of permits for this season has increased from last year. Provincewide, 2,100 permits will be allowed, up 300 from the 1,800 available in 2016. The increase occurs primarily in central and southern New Brunswick.
“Hunting is a tradition many New Brunswick families enjoy together,” said Energy and Resource Development Minister Rick Doucet. “I wish all applicants good luck in the draw and a safe and fun hunting season.”
New Brunswickers can apply for the draw through the Department of Energy and Resource Development’s e-licensing system. Applicants can use their Outdoors Card number to complete their application online, at Service New Brunswick centres and at registered vendors. A list of registered vendors is available online.
The results will be available Sept. 5.
The following is a list of wildlife management zones and the 2017 quota of antlerless deer permits allocated in each:
1 Buck only
2 Buck only
3 Buck only
6 Buck only
7 Buck only
8 Buck only
11 Buck only
12 Buck only
13 Buck only
14 Buck only
15 Buck only
17 Buck only
18 Buck only
19 Buck only
21 Buck only
24 Buck only
25 Buck only