Wildlife lands are not reserves or sanctuaries. These natural areas have been bought with your hunting and trapping dollars, and can be used by everyone. Naturally, hunting is allowed on these lands. Lands are also open to other outdoor nature enthusiasts, including hikers, bird watchers and photographers. You can view the various FWDF lands through Saskatchewan Interactive Maps.
There are four main rules when visiting FWDF lands:
- Walk-in traffic only (except when retrieving big game during hunting season);
- No open fires;
- No littering; and
- No interference with an authorized management treatment (e.g., haying or grazing).