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- Results of a Yukon small game hunter effort survey, March 2021pdf
The purpose of this survey was to gain information on small game hunters and their harvest patterns. This survey is the first survey of small game hunters in Yukon since 1994.
- Hunter Satisfaction: A Survey of Yukon Licensed Moose and Caribou Hunters, March 2013
We interviewed 810 licensed Yukon hunters who held at least one moose or caribou seal in the 2012 hunting season. Our objective was to measure their satisfaction with their hunting experience that year.
- Hunter Effort Survey: Resident Sheep and Goat Hunters, 2012
This survey gathered information from sheep and goat seal holders following the close of the 2012 hunting season. It collected details on hunter effort, such as sheep and goat hunting styles, modes of transportation, hunting party size, trip length, and motivations for hunting.
- Guidelines to Establish Outfitter Quotas
The approved guidelines for establishing harvest quotas for outfitting concessions in Yukon, together with supporting correspondence between the Minister, the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board, and the Outfitter Quota Committee.
- Licensed harvest trends in Yukon: 1980 to 2014
This report provides a 35-year overview of wildlife harvest trends in Yukon from 1980 to 2014. A retrospective analysis identifies how the harvest of Yukon wildlife has changed over time and provides a context for all partners managing wildlife harvest into the future.
- Results of the 2021 Yukon Bison Hunter Effort Surveypdf
The purpose of this survey was to gain current information on the beliefs and behaviour of Yukon bison hunters.
- Results of the 2020-2021 sheep hunter survey for Game Management Zone 7 East Permit Hunt Authorization Areapdf
The purpose of this survey was to give sheep hunters the chance to share information about their hunting effort, observations, and views on regulatory changes to sheep hunting in Game Management Zone 7 East.
- An assessment of juvenile gyrfalcon harvest in the Coast Mountains population of the Yukon and northern British Columbia, February 2022pdf
We evaluated the sustainability of harvest of juvenile gyrfalcons based on 35 years of productivity data from the Coast Mountains population.
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