Early Ojibwe-Winter: Biboon
In the winter the Ojibwe moved away into secluded camps in the woods from the other families. In the winter they also went tobogganing and sledding on ribs from a yak. Also in the winter they collected and made maple sugar. In the winter the women would dry meat over a fire.
In the winter men hunted, men hunted in every season. In winter though the men usually hunted for Elk,Moose, and Deer. But the also didn't want to over hunt so they moved so they wouldn't over hunt. In the winter the also hunted ducks and geese.