Snares are authorized solely to hunt snowshoe hares, Arctic hares and eastern cottontail rabbits in certain areas. Clubs, gates, darts, spoon-nets, pits, hooks and hands are the only implements authorized to hunt leopard frogs, green frogs and American bullfrogs.
Laser-guided sights are permitted for hunting.
Electronic devices to call an animal are now authorized for hunting. The same is true of in-ear sound amplifiers that amplify sound to facilitate listening. However, recordings of bird calls are prohibited to hunt migratory birds, except for snow geese.
bronze-iron shot, tungsten-iron shot, tungsten-iron-nickel-copper shot, tungsten-nickel-iron shot and tungsten-polymer shot.
Only non-toxic shot is permitted to hunt migratory birds deemed to be game throughout Québec. Only the possession of non-toxic shot is permitted to hunt migratory birds deemed to be game. These restrictions do not apply to hunting American woodcock.
In National Wildlife Areas, only non-toxic shot may be owned and used to hunt any migratory bird that is deemed to be game.
To obtain additional information on hunting migratory birds, please contact the Canadian Wildlife Service at 1 800 668-6767.
To obtain additional information on hunting migratory birds, please contact the Environment and Climate Change Canada at 1 800 668-6767.