The 2022 Deer Check presentation has been rescheduled for tonight’s general meeting. Please attend to learn about the health of the deer population on St. Joseph Island. Presentation by Sault College.
The general membership meeting this Thursday, February 9th, at 7:30, has Steven Schmidt and his student team from Sault College presenting the data collected from the 2022 deer Check station. Please plan to attend to learn about the deer herd health on St. Joseph Island. All are welcome.
At the Conservation Centre, 1802 20th Side Road.
Join the crew this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at the Conservation Centre for a work bee to prepare meat for the Wild Game Dinner. Bring your sharp knife and your cutting board.
All members, please note that your collected donations are due, at the latest, Saturday, January 21st. (One week is needed to catalogue and sort items for the auctions.) Bring your donations, with the names of the donors attached, to the Conservation Centre or to the Clansmen Motel in Richard’s Landing. Thank you for your support.
The Wild Game Dinner will be Saturday, January 28th, at the Royal Canadian Legion in Richards Landing, ON.
Ticket sales will be Saturday, January 7th, beginning at 8:00 a.m. at the Conservation Centre, 1802 Twentieth Side Road, St. Joseph Island; first come, first served. Tickets are $55.00 per person donation. 6-ticket limit per purchaser. Cash or cheque only, please.
The Wild Game Dinner is on! Saturday, January 28th, at 5:00 p.m. the doors at the Royal Canadian Legion in Richards Landing will open for the Wild Game Dinner. Dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. The evening will include auctions and raffles. Be sure to get your tickets.
TICKET SALES will be on the morning of Saturday, January 7, at the Conservation Centre, 1802 Twentieth Side Road. Tickets are $55.00 per person, and they will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Please plan to pay by cash or cheque. (No Internet is available.)
Our annual get-together is back! Members, friends, neighbours and family are welcome at the Conservation Centre on Saturday, December 3, at 5:00 p.m. Drinks, snacks and visiting at 5:00 p.m. Potluck dinner, buffet style, served at 6:00 p.m. Photo contest and social follow dinner. Please bring your favourite dish, beverages of your choice and a donation for the Island Food Bank. The Photo Contest is open to members. All present at the Club may vote for winners.
PHOTO CONTEST RULES
ST. Joseph Island Hunters and Anglers Photo
CATEGORIES – Wildlife (animals, birds, fish, insects……)
Hunting shot i.e. holding or showing a
Fishing shot— i.e. reeling in the big one.
Trail Camera photo
Video – wildlife, fishing, or hunting
RULES – Must be a club member
Photos must be 8″ X 10″
This is a contest of images of wild North American
scenes or animals, no photos of pets, domestic animals,
zoo animals or game farm animals allowed.
Photos should accurately reflect the reality of the subject
matter or scene as it naturally appears.
Slight adjustments of colour, contrast and exposure
are allowed, as in cropping. Photos heavily digitally
altered or the digital composite will be disqualified.
No names, locations etc., on photos.
Each person can enter TV/O photos for each category.
Photos to be entered in l)ec. (date to be chosen later) fbr
judging that same night.
JUDGING – Special night set aside for photos/videos voted on by
everyone in attendance (can vote once for each
Winners will be posted for viewing on the club house
One winner in each category, to be framed and placed
on the club house wall for two years then put in a
Mark your calendars – H and A meeting October 13th guest speaker is Candace Huard of Remedial Action Plan who will be introducing and presenting the value of the Fish Consumption Survey for the St. Mary’s River. The information will be of interest to anglers, conservationists and all who live in the region of the St. Mary’s River.
As promised for the last three years, the full-form fishing derby is on! The Ninth Annual Summer Fishing Derby coincides with free family fishing week, July 2nd to July 10th.
Be sure to register before noon on July 2nd.