OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control Zone

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones November 22, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of November 22, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 375 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 272 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 103 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 13 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 4 in Huron County and 4 in Waterloo Region. A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones November 15, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of November 15, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 374 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 271 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 103 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 13 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 4 in Huron County and 4 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones November 8, 2017This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of November 8, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 373 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 271 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 102 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 12 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 3 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones November 1, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of November 1, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 371 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 271 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 100 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 12 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 3 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones October 25, 2017This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of October 25, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 369 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 269 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 100 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 12 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 3 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones October 18, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of October 18, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 366 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 267 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 99 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 12 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 3 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones October 11, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of October 11, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 366 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 267 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 99 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 12 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 3 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones October 4, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of October 4, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 365 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 267 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 98 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 12 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 3 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones September 26, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of September 26, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 360 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 266 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 94 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 12 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 3 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones September 20, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of September 20, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 360 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 266 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 94 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 11 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones September 13, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of September 13, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 359 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 265 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 94 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 11 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones September 6, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of September 6, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 357 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 264 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 93 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 11 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones August 30, 2017This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of August 30, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 355 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 263 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 92 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 11 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones August 23, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of August 23, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 354 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 262 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 92 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 11 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 7 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.


OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones August 16, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of August 16, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 352 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 260 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 92 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 10 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.


OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones August 9, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of August 9, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 348 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 257 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 91 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 10 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones August 2, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of August 2, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 346 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 257 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 89 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 10 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones July 26, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of July 26, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 343 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 255 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 88 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 10 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones July 19, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of July 19, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 341 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 255 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 86 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 10 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones July 12, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of July 12, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 339 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 253 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 86 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 10 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones July 5, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of July 5, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 338 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 252 of which are located within Hamilton District. The remaining 86 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region, Brant County and Halton Region. There are also 10 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 in Perth County, 2 in Huron County and 2 in Waterloo Region A larger grey circle indicates the 50 km radius around the confirmed cases where enhanced rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image."

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones June 28, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of June 28, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 331 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 250 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 225 raccoons and 102 skunks. The remaining 81 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 9 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunks, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 6,100 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones June 21, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of June 21, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 329 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 249 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 224 raccoons and 101 skunks. The remaining 80 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 9 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunks, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 6,100 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones June 15, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of June 15, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 327 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 248 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 222 raccoons and 101 skunks. The remaining 79 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunks, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 6,100 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones June 7, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of June 7, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 326 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 248 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 221 raccoons and 101 skunks. The remaining 78 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunks, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 6,100 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones May 31, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of May 31, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 322 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 245 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 219 raccoons and 99 skunks. The remaining 77 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunks, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,900 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones May 26, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of May 26, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 318 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 242 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 218 raccoons and 96 skunks. The remaining 76 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,800 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones May 17, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of May 17, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 316 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 240 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 216 raccoons and 96 skunks. The remaining 76 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,800 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones May 10, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of May 10, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 311 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 237 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 213 raccoons and 94 skunks. The remaining 74 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,800 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones May 3, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of May 3, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 308 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 235 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 211 raccoons and 93 skunks. The remaining 73 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,800 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones April 26, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of April 26, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 305 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 234 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 207 raccoons and 92 skunks. The remaining 71 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,300 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones April 19, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of April 19, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 303 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 232 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 207 raccoons and 92 skunks. The remaining 71 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,300 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones April 12, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of April 12, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 300 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 232 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 201 raccoons and 91 skunks. The remaining 68 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,200 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones April 5, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of April 5, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 296 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 232 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 201 raccoons and 91 skunks. The remaining 64 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,200 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones March 29, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of March 29, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 295 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 232 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 200 raccoons and 91 skunks. The remaining 63 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 8 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 6 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,200 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones March 22, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of March 22, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 294 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 232 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 199 raccoons and 91 skunks. The remaining 62 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 6 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 5 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,200 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones March 8, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of March 8, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 293 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 231 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 196 raccoons and 90 skunks. The remaining 62 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 6 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 4 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,000 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones March 1, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of March 1, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 290 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 228 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 196 raccoons and 90 skunks. The remaining 62 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 6 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 4 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, as well as 1 llama and 2 cats. There have been 5,000 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones February 22, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of February 22, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 284 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map since December 2015, 225 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 192 raccoons and 88 skunks. The remaining 59 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 6 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies, 4 of which are bovine and 2 skunk, and 1 llama. There have been 4,900 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones February 15, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of February 15, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 282 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 224 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 190 raccoons and 88 skunks. The remaining 58 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also 6 confirmed cases of Ontario fox strain rabies and 1 llama. There have been 4,900 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones February 8, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of February 8, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 281 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 224 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 189 raccoons and 88 skunks. The remaining 57 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies and 1 llama. There have been 4,800 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones February 1, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of February 1, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 277 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 223 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 187 raccoons and 85 skunks. The remaining 54 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies and 1 llama. There have been 4,800 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones January 25, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of January 25, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 275 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 221 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 187 raccoons and 85 skunks. The remaining 54 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies and 1 llama. There have been 4,700 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones January 20, 2017

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of January 20, 2017. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 266 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 213 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 182 raccoons and 81 skunks. The remaining 53 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies and 1 llama. There have been 4,700 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones December 28, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of December 28, 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 265 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 213 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 181 raccoons and 81 skunks. The remaining 52 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies and 1 llama. There have been 4,700 DRIT tests. Since April 2016, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones December 15, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of December 15, 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 255 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 206 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 175 raccoons and 77 skunks. The remaining 48 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies. There have been 4,500 DRIT tests. Since December 2015, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones November 23, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of November 23, 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 250 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 203 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 172 raccoons and 76 skunks. The remaining 47 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies. There have been 4,300 DRIT tests. Since December 2015, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones November 9, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of November 9, 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 240 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 194 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 168 raccoons and 70 skunks. The remaining 46 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies. There have been 4,300 DRIT tests. Since December 2015, 1,600,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones October 5, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of October 5, 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 213 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 176 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 150 raccoons and 61 skunks. The remaining 37 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is also 1 confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies. There have been 4,000 DRIT tests. Since December 2015, 1,500,000 baits have been distributed. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones August 17, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of August 17, 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 170 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map (the 5 new confirmations are marked in light blue), 150 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 118 raccoons and 52 skunks. The remaining 20 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also two confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies located in Perth just north of Stratford. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones July 6, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of July 6th 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 141 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map (the 6 new confirmations are marked in light blue), 129 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 81 raccoons and 48 skunks. The remaining 12 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also two confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies located in Perth just north of Stratford. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones May 18, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of May 18th 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 112 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map (the 4 new confirmations are marked in light blue), 103 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 63 raccoons and 40 skunks. The remaining 9 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk County, the Niagara Region and Brant County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also two confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies located in Perth just north of Stratford. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones April 7, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of April 7th 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 77 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 72 of which are located within Hamilton consisting of 48 raccoons and 24 skunks. There have been 4 raccoon cases in Haldimand-Norfolk County and 1 raccoon case in the Niagara Region. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There are also two confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies located in Perth just north of Stratford. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones February 17, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of February 17th 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are now 46 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 42 of which are located within Hamilton, the remaining 4 cases are located in Haldimand-Norfolk. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is one confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies located in Perth just north of Stratford. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Surveillance and Control Zones January 6, 2016

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control and Surveillance Zone as of Jan. 6 2016. The image is a map showing the rabies control and surveillance zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following counties or regions: Hamilton, Haldimand, Halton, Perth, Oxford, Brant, Waterloo, Wellington, Middlesex, Elgin, Pell, Dufferin, Toronto, Bruce, Grey, Huron, Lambton, Durham, York, Welland, Niagara, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are 12 confirmed raccoon strain rabies cases marked on the map, 11 of which are located within or on the outskirts of Hamilton and one is located further south in Haldimand County. Surrounding each of these cases is a large black circle indicating the Rabies Control Zone. There is one confirmed case of Ontario fox strain rabies located in Perth just north of Stratford. A larger grey circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where rabies surveillance is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.

OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control Zone - Dec. 16, 2015

This image shows the OMNRF Wildlife Rabies Control Zone as of Dec. 16, 2015. The image is a map showing the high and low density baiting zones surrounding the confirmed rabies cases in Ontario. The map is of an area of Southern Ontario including the following labelled cities or regions: Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Cambridge, Brantford, Haldimand County, Grimsby, West Lincoln, Lincoln, Lake Ontario, and Lake Erie. There are 6 confirmed rabies cases marked on the map 5 of which are located within Hamilton and one is located further south in Haldimand County. Surrounding each of these cases is a small reddish circle indicating the area of high density baiting. A larger yellow circle indicates the area around each confirmed case where low density baiting is occurring. There is a small map insert showing Southern Ontario with a red box indicating which area of Southern Ontario is zoomed in on the main map image.


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Author: Animal Health and Welfare Branch/OMAFRA
Creation Date: 17 December 2015
Last Reviewed: 11 August 2016