Hunting

related: canned hunting, parks, wildlife

Recommended listening

Louis Brown, hunter - Louis Brown gives Off Track the low down on hunting.

Hunting culture in Australia - A bill before the NSW parliament also proposes allowing hunting in national parks and including some native animals as huntable game.

The canned hunting of lions - Canned hunting is the practice of hunting where the target animal is unfairly prevented from escaping the hunter, either by physical constraints, such as fencing, or by mental constraints, such as habituation to humans and the industry is booming in South Africa.

Elsewhere on the Web

http://magazine.outdoornebraska.gov/2016/11/102732
Hunting Tourism Revisited - Ecoclub
Hunting Debate - Ecoclub
Sustainable hunting practices part of ecotourism, proponents say
http://sportingclassicsdaily.com/issue/2015-1/article/the-rise-of-hipster-hunters
http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/stories/2016/03/14/4422650.htm

The $200 million question: How much does trophy hunting really contribute to African communities? - Economists at Large (2013) @ecolarge
Criticism

The $200 million question: How much does trophy hunting really contribute to African communities? - Economists at Large - @ecolarge

http://www.wildlifeextra.com/go/news/trophy-hunting-sale.html#cr

Irresponsible Hunting

Canada: Mi’kmaq to conduct ritual for moose

Namibia

http://allafrica.com/stories/201603111433.html

New Zealand

Hunting & Fishing New Zealand
Fishing and Hunting New Zealand

South Africa

Hunting in South Africa

Spain

Congreso Nacional de Turismo Cinegético

USA

U.S. Fish and Wildlife
National Wild Turkey Federation

Questions

Can hunting be an effective strategy for wildlife conservation?
Can hunting operations be considered ecotourism?
Are hunting and bird watching operations compatible?
How do parks and protected areas manage hunting?