You must report your big game harvest (deer, elk, moose, caribou, wood bison, sheep, goat, grizzly bear, black bear, coyote, wolf and wolverine). This includes animals harvested under a Permit Hunt Authorization (PHA) or other permit. Reporting your harvest only takes a few minutes.
Some species require a biological submission along with your report. Check the Yukon Hunting Regulations Summary to find out if you need to make a biological submission for your harvest and which wildlife parts to submit.
How and when to make a biological submission
Deliver your biological submission to a conservation officer or wildlife technician:
- For elk: No later than 72 hours after you harvested the animal.
- For wood bison, sheep, goat, deer, black bear, grizzly bear, wolf and wolverine: No later than 15 days after the end of the month in which you harvested the animal.
Report your harvest
If you have a hunting eLicence you can report your harvest online.
If you purchased your licence or seals from a vendor (not online or at an Environment office), you will not be able to report your harvest online. You will need to come into an Environment office in person to fulfill your legal obligations.
Report your harvest at a Department of Environment office from Monday to Friday during regular business hours.
You will need to provide:
- your hunting licence number;
- seal number;
- harvest location (Game Management Subzone and nearest landmark);
- sex of the animal;
- date of harvest; and
- biological submission if required.
When to report your harvest
You must report your harvest no later than 15 days after the end of the month in which the animal was taken. Some species and areas require shorter reporting times. Review the current Yukon Hunting Regulations Summary to make sure you meet your reporting requirements.
Faro threshold hunt area (Game Management Subzones 4-44, 4-45 and 4-46)
You must report your moose harvest within 72 hours.
Bison, elk and deer
Bison, elk and deer permits have special reporting requirements. Check the conditions listed on your permit or see the Yukon Hunting Regulations Summary.
What happens after I make my harvest report?
You'll receive a harvest report number either in person from Department of Environment staff or by email if you submitted your report online. This number confirms you've completed the reporting requirement.
Keep your harvest number on file. You'll be required to provide it and your hunting licence number if you want to export the wildlife, or give it to a taxidermist or meat cutter.
For questions about reporting your hunting results email email@example.com or phone: 867-667-5652 or toll free in Yukon: 1-800-661-0408, ext. 5652.