In communities throughout Ontario, the OFAH has made a difference for local stream restoration, elk, wild turkey and Atlantic salmon reintroduction, walleye, trout and salmon stocking, conservation research, anti-poaching, litter clean-ups, and award-winning outreach programs. The OFAH is internationally recognized for its leadership in the fight to protect our natural resources from the spread of invasive species. The OFAH is supported by volunteers who plant trees, build nesting boxes and devote their lives to improving their local forests and wetland areas.
OFAH conservation work benefits many species of wildlife (not just game species). Over the years, the Federation has invested millions of dollars into fish and wildlife research and restoration projects for wetlands and rivers and a wide variety of projects for species such as Trumpeter swans, spotted turtles, barn owls and Peregrine falcons to name just a few.