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.

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Public access via the Festival Way entrance is available as of December 19 to: The parkade and the Strathcona County Library remain closed. Updates posted as available. This increases hunting apberta in the area that previously fell within WMU A large portion of the privately-owned land in the County falls into the category of occupied land, as defined under the Wildlife Act. The following regulations apply to hunting on occupied land:.

Alberta Topographic Maps for Hunting

The use of firearms is restricted within the Special Control Area. Provincial and federal regulations apply in these areas. Different regulations apply to each.


Hunting game birds with a shotgun on road allowances is not permitted in the County. Strathcona County is a Specialized Municipality and, because of this designation, all road allowances are considered County property. There is no hunting allowed on any County property. Hunters mzp reminded to dispose carcasses in the correct place. The Clover Bar Landfill will no longer accept carcasses.

They must be taken to the Ryley Landfillwhich is equipped to handle dead animals in the proper manner. Carcasses don’t belong in the green organics cart or recycle station. For locations of hunting licence issuers:.

Hunting in Strathcona County

Community Centre update Public access via the Ma Way entrance is available as of December 19 to: The following regulations apply to hunting on occupied land: The landowner is responsible to ensure that the hunter understands any conditions on which hunting is being permitted.

For example, hunting may be allowed for one day, several days or longer. Albefta hunter needs permission from the landowner or occupant to hunt on a given property.


It is entirely the decision of the landowner or occupant whether to allow hunting on the property. The landowner may specify the number of hunters allowed, or particular areas they should avoid.

Where hunting is and is not permitted. Too heavy — the maximum weight allowance is 90 kg lb for a cart to be able to be picked up safely. Health concerns — having a carcass out on the street poses health concerns attracting other animals, pests.

Pieces of meat from typical household purposes especially cooked break down easier. For locations of hunting licence issuers: County Connect Ask it, report it or suggest it using County Connect.

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