The New Brunswick Wildlife Federation (NBWF) is a provincial non-profit organization of hunters, anglers and shooters working for wildlife through branches and individual membership since 1924.
Over the years, the Federation has represented the concerns of the outdoor sports person while addressing the problems facing our wildlife and its habitat.
The Federation has over 30 member branches throughout the Province, and approximately 4000 members and countless supporters.
Read more about NBWF…
The New Brunswick Wildlife Federation remains opposed to the routine use of herbicides on New Brunswick’s Crown Lands.
As early as 1986 and ’87, the New Brunswick Wildlife Federation had concerns over the spraying of New Brunswick’s forests with herbicides and was calling for an evaluation of their effect on New Brunswick’s wildlife and environment.
In 1989, 1993 and 2003 our organization sent resolutions to the then New Brunswick Minister of Natural Resources and again in 2016 to the New Brunswick Minister of Energy Resource Development; expressing our members belief that the routine use of herbicides on our Crown Lands was harmful to their natural ecosystems and should be halted.
New Brunswick’s 2016 Firearm Safety / Hunter Education Instructors of the Year have been chosen. Energy and Resource Development Minister Rick Doucet presented four International Hunter Education Association prints at today’s awards ceremony at the Hugh John Flemming Forestry Complex in Fredericton. From left: Nathalie Michaud, Edmundston region; Wayde Clifford, Miramichi region; Bryan Vesey, Fredericton region; Doucet and Roger Degrace, Bathurst region.
Apply now to participate in the 2017 Ruffed Grouse Wing Shooting Clinic. Click on poster for details.
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman New Brunswick 2017 Registration form is now available. Deadline for registration is April 15th.
NBWF Media Release – Feb. 11, 2017
New Brunswick Wildlife Federation President Charles LeBlanc said today that we need local salmon anglers back on the rivers.
He noted for the past two angling season New Brunswick anglers have been staying away from the rivers in droves and that this is a direct result of the mandatory hook and release variance order put in place in 2015.
Read more in the immediate press release…
Anglers are encouraged to report their catch and assist in efforts to improve fish stocks and fishing areas in New Brunswick.
By reporting your catch, your name may be entered in a draw for a chance to win:
- a Sage Fly Rod, or
- a Shimano Spinning rod and reel, or
- 1 of 15 free Resident Angling Licences.
See Department of Natural Resources website for details…
Congratulations to the new 2017 “Fish & Hunt for 10 Years Free” lottery winner, Hawlie Murphy.
Ticket # 768