The Township of Douro-Dummer is home to spectacular forests, lakes, and wetlands. These areas provide ample opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts including hikers, wildlife watchers, conservationists, and responsible hunters and anglers.

For information on Wildlife and Nature, such as what to do if you encounter a problem such as a nuisance bear, a fish die-off, or abandoned or injured wildlife, please visit Wildlife and nature.

To report a natural resource violation such as illegal activities in protected areas or unlawful hunting or fishing please contact the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (MNRF) at 1 (877) 847-7667. For more information visit How to report a natural resource violation.

More information on responsible hunting and fishing can be obtained through the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.