Permits & Planning

Hunting Permit Application

This application is required to obtain a permit to hunt in the identified Conservation Areas of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority. It is valid for the calendar year of the approved application.

Hunters must have all appropriate and valid hunting licences and permits (Federal, Provincial and municipal). Your Outdoors Card MUST be valid until December 31st of the year you are applying for. If it is not, you will not be able to complete this form.

All hunters must submit a Harvest Report Form for the previous NPCA permitted year (unless this is your first year applying for a permit). If you have not yet done so, you can provide the information in this application.

A $40.00 administrative fee payment applies. Approved permits will be issued within 12 business days of payment and full information.

Hunting Permits

All those with 2019 Hunting Permits are asked to fill out and return a Hunting Harvest Report.

Fishing and Hunting Licenses are Required

  • An NPCA permit is required to hunt on all designated NPCA lands. Please complete the online application, or visit us at the main office.
  • All provincial regulations, seasonal restrictions, and conservation area rules must be followed.

For further information on these or any of our other Conservation Areas, please contact us by email or phone. A fall Controlled Waterfowl Hunting Program is offered at the Binbrook and Mud Lake Conservation Areas, in designated hunting blinds.

Download and fill out the 2019 Lottery Draw Application found here.

  • A lottery draw is held for the first two weeks of the duck hunting season.
  • Lottery Draw Applications are due August 31. Applications are available in the sidebar.
  • Following the lottery, all hunting blinds are open on a first come-first serve basis.
  • For further details and restrictions, please refer to our Hunting and Angling Guide, or contact us by email, phone or fax.

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