Entry form for 2017 controlled fall hunt program: Cap Tourmente

Cap Tourmente National Wildlife AreaControlled Fall Hunt Program for the Greater Snow Goose

New hunters: please fill out both sides of this form.

Quebec region

2017 Entry Form

[Cap Tourmente] (PDF; 93 KB)

Please, use the PDF format for registration and send it to us by mail with your payment !

Please provide your telephone numbers and email address.

Date of birth: __________________________________
Email:________________________________________
Telephone number (home):_______________________
Telephone number (office):_______________________

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Entry
$ 8.00

Return address :

Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area
Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment and Climate Change Canada
P.O. Box 2030, Beaupré QC G0A 1E0

I accept the entry requirements: __________________________________

Signature of Applicant

We are proud of our exceptional product and we hope that you will participate in our controlled fall hunt program.

  • Following registration and the results of the random draw, you will receive a letter indicating where you placed. Starting at the end of May, we will begin calling people so they can choose the dates on which to hunt. If their preferred date is no longer available, hunters will be asked to choose from the remaining dates.
  • All registered applicants will be informed of the draw results before the end of May.
  • It is very important that you inform us of any change of address. Above all, please check that your telephone numbers are correct if you want to be called after the draw.
  • To improve your chances of being selected during the random draw, make sure all members of your party have registered.

Please make sure that you read the entry requirements before returning your entry form.

Entry requirements

  • Only Canadian residents may enter the draw.
  • Only one entry form per person will be accepted; duplicate forms will automatically be rejected by the computer.
  • A cheque bearing the mailing date or a money order in the amount of $8.00 (taxes included), made payable to the Receiver General for Canada, must accompany each official entry form. This amount is non-refundable. Post-dated cheques will be rejected.
  • New applicants must complete all sections of this entry form.
  • Only the official entry form will be accepted.
  • The official entry form must reach our office by April 30, 2017, at the latest.

Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area
Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment and Climate Change Canada
P.O. Box 2030, Beaupré QC G0A 1E0

2017 Entry Form

Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area
Controlled Fall Hunt Program for the Greater Snow Goose

Use this entry form for an address change and new inscription.

(Block Letters, please)

Mr.  □
Ms.  □
French  □
English □

Family name

 

Given name

 

Home address No.

 

Street

 

Apt. No.

 

City

 

Province or territory

 

Postal code

 

Home

 

Area code

Telephone No.

 

Office

 

Area code

 

Telephone No.

 

Date of birth

Year/Month/Day

____/____/___

Email address


I accept the entry requirements: __________________________________

Signature of applicant

Registration for the Greater Snow Goose controlled Fall hunt

(See reverse side for entry requirements)

Date: September 29 to October 24, 2017

Each selected hunter and 3 guests are entitled to:

  • an information session on hunting techniques
  • transportation of equipment by all-terrain vehicle
  • on-foot access to the hunting area
  • high-tide blinds
  • one guide for two parties of hunters
  • decoys
  • electronic callers
  • goose storage

Hunting fees: $430.00 (for 4 hunters, taxes included)

Duration of stay: 2 consecutive half days (from noon to noon of the next day)

Total bag limit:
20 Greater Snow Geese and 6 ducks per day

Note: We encourage the use of retriever dogs for conservation purposes.

Rules:

  1. Please note that the Migratory Birds Convention Act, 1994 and the Migratory Birds Regulations apply, as well as the Canada Wildlife Act and the Wildlife Area Regulations.
  2. The registration fees and hunting fees are non-refundable.

Good luck to all!

Contacts to obtain more information or forms:

Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area
Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment and Climate Change Canada
P.O. Box 2030, Beaupré (QC) G0A 1E0

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