Government of New Brunswick
 

Zones

Zones 3, 4, 5 and 9 are closed to deer hunting.

 

 

Camps, Parks & Historical Sites

Scout, guide and youth camps, parks and historical sites are closed to hunting and trapping. Firearms must be cased in these areas.

 

 

Protected Natural Areas

CLASS I

Hunting, trapping and snaring are prohibited. Boundaries are posted with signs.

CLASS II

  • Hunting, trapping and snaring are permitted.
  • Bear baiting is allowed no earlier than two weeks before the season opens.
  • Bait containers must be removed within two weeks after the season closes.
  • Cutting vegetation for a shooting lane is prohibited.
  • Cutting vegetation – such as bushes, shrubs, tree branches and non-woody vegetation – to construct and/or camouflage a waterfowl hunting blind is permitted, but only in the immediate vicinity of the blind.

Bringing bushes, shrubs, tree branches and other vegetation into a Protected Natural Area is prohibited.

 

 

National Wildlife Areas

These include:

  • Tintamarre
  • Shepody
  • Cape Jourimain
  • Portobello Creek
  • Portage Island.

The possession of lead shot is prohibited. Other restrictions include the use of motor vehicles, fires and camping.

Contact:  Environment Canada  506-364-5032.

 

 

Other Areas

Hunting and trapping are not permitted within the boundaries of Sentier NB Trail or a provincial park.