The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority

Osprey Wetlands Hunting Lottery

2022 Osprey Wetlands Lottery Application​

Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) will provide exclusive hunting access to the western parcel of ‘Osprey Wetlands’ (208 ha; 514 acres) located at 308418 Centre Line B, Badjeros. One main applicant is required and up to 10 individuals will be permitted as part of the group.

The successful applicant will be determined on September 30, 2021 and provided the opportunity to access the property prior to the 2022 hunting season. The successful applicant will be determined by interview and determination of suitability by NVCA staff.

The successful applicant may be eligible to renew the annual lease for successional years.

All NVCA hunting regulations, as well as all municipal, provincial and federal hunting regulations will apply. All members of the hunting party are required to hold a valid Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) membership, have a valid Ontario Outdoors Card and applicable permits.

A map (hard copy and digital) will be provided to the successful party which will clearly delineate the property boundary. It will be the responsibility of the applicant to ensure all members of the group are hunting within the approved property boundary, trespassing on adjacent properties may result in termination of the agreement without refund.

Exclusive property access fees have been determined based on property size and capacity for hunters (~1 hunter per 10 hectares, based on suitable area for hunting). The successful party will be required to pay a total of $3,000, inclusive of HST. This can be split among the winning group as required, for example, $300/hunter x 10 hunters or $3,000 x 1 hunter.

Payment is required by January 1st, 2022.

Required – Prior to any hunting on NVCA properties, all hunters must submit a hunting pass application, which requires they:

  • hold a valid OFAH membership;
  • hold a valid Ontario Outdoors Card;
  • possess all valid permits and licenses to hunt; and
  • adhere to all Federal, Provincial, Municipal and NVCA regulations and general good hunting practices.

Note: Hunters may not construct hunt camps or stands AND/OR use ATVs or other motorized land vehicles on NVCA properties.

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