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Yukon hunting regulations

Knowing the rules helps you have a safe, respectful and enjoyable hunt.

Yukon hunting regulations

Knowing the rules helps you have a safe, respectful and enjoyable hunt.

Improving care for dogs in rural communities

New programs support spay surgeries and responsible dog ownership

Climate change in Yukon

The Yukon government is taking action on climate change.

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Fishing
March 13, 2017 The latest edition of the Yukon Fishing Regulations Summary is now available on our website. There are some important changes to the regulations that come into effect April 1, 2017, so have a look before you head out to fish. Get more details and download a copy from our fishing regulations page. Printed copies of the booklet will be available later this month from Environment Yukon offices and anywhere fishing licences are sold.
February 17, 2017Read more... Wolf sightings have been reported around the territory. While wolves are generally not a threat to humans, they are opportunistic predators that quickly learn to exploit easily available food sources, including pets. Conservation Officers encourage residents to keep close supervision on their domestic animals. Learn more about wolf safety.
February 6, 2017Read more... Yukon youth aged 16 – 29 are invited to apply for summer employment with Environment Yukon. Make a positive impact on the environment and gain a wide variety of career-building experience. Job descriptions and applications are available on our website. Deadline to apply is February 13, 2017.
Caribou on Yukon Highways
December 20, 2016Read more... The Carcross and Tagish Renewable Resources Council and Environment Yukon would like to remind motorists to be aware of wildlife on highways in the Southern Lakes area this winter.

The Carcross caribou herd are back in their winter range, and will frequently be crossing the Alaska Highway and the Carcross and Tagish roads until the end of April. Be alert when you see signs of caribou - like scat and tracks - on the right of way or in the ditches.

Hard work completed through the Southern Lakes Caribou Recovery Program has helped this herd slowly recover from historic low numbers in the early 1990's. Your careful driving helps maintain a healthy caribou population.

For more information on Southern Lakes caribou, their management, or the Recovery Program, contact Environment Yukon at 667-5652.
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