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Announcing the HAMS Job board

Announcing the HAMS Job board

Covid-19 has hit our community hard and to a lesser or greater degree we have all been affected. Thousands within our community have already lost their jobs around the world with a lot more facing redundancy if the coming season is negatively impacted. Hunting tourism has all but disappeared and a lot of the traditional revenue streams of estates are at an all time low.

As you know, here at HAMS we are focussing on how to support our community, how to reduce costs whilst making conservation and game management easier and better. This is why we have created a free advertising platform for estates, landowners and associates to advertise their vacancies. Everyone who is involved in fieldsports, hunting and wildlife management.

This coupled with the existing features of HAMS which have proven to reduce the cost of administration, and encourage contactless management of guests and staff. 

Our job board provides a platform for both:

  • estates, syndicates, clubs and lands with job vacancies to fill
  • People looking for a job.

If we can help at least 1 member of our community then it was worth it. 

If you want to take your part in helping, please share this article wherever you can by clicking on this link: (we should solve to share the article somehow immediately on Facebook.) 

Let’s help each other, and make our community stronger than ever.

Here’s how to use the HAMS job board...

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The search for answers: the mysteries of a roe deer population (Part 1.)

The search for answers: the mysteries of a roe deer population (Part 1.)

The first in a series of articles examining the essentials of deer management using measurable and scientifically backed up data. An essential read for anyone involved in game management.

In Part 1 of the series, we meet Attila, an experienced keeper who had recently taken over a large estate in Hungary and discuss the challenges he faces in optimizing his deer population.

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The search for answers: the mysteries of a roe deer population (Part 2.)

The search for answers: the mysteries of a roe deer population (Part 2.)

In Part 2 of our series, we take a look at the various issues that wildlife managers face and why an online booking and management system can help identify and resolve these.

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The search for answers: the mysteries of a roe deer population (Part 3.)

The search for answers: the mysteries of a roe deer population (Part 3.)

In our Part 3 conclusion, we meet the detective of our story and take a look at how Attila resolved his issues, as well as his aspirations for the future of his land and wildlife. 

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Game: the essence of Green Capital?

Game: the essence of Green Capital?

A short introduction and explanation of Green Capital and importantly, how it will impact you.

Guest Post written by: Ian Thomas, Chartered Forester and Chartered Environmentalist.

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What happens if we stop managing wildlife, and ban hunting?

What happens if we stop managing wildlife, and ban hunting?

Hunting has always been a way of life, it has dominated the course of human evolution for millions of years and is still a way of life for many millions of people closely connected to nature and the animal world.

It is also common knowledge that our ancestors were hunter-gatherers who used tools to obtain food, however, what is less commonly known is that the laws to manage animal populations were only established much, much later when modern humans noticed that certain species had started to decline, and in some cases, disappear.

So, in light of this knowledge, what would be the consequences if we stopped hunting?

What would happen to the wildlife populations and the land they live on if, as many that are opposed to hunting, we stopped intervening?

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The fundamental role of habitat management in wildlife conservation

The fundamental role of habitat management in wildlife conservation

We often talk about how to manage wildlife populations, and we’ve even discussed these topics in some length here on HAMS Blog. However, we quite often fail to fully discuss one of the most important topics: what are the requirements for having a specific type of game on our land, what are the features of the habitat they require and what should we do to get the most out of our land?

So, in this article, we are going to take a look at what habitat actually is and how important good habitat management is when managing our game populations.

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Where now for shooting in the UK?

Where now for shooting in the UK?

A look at how the British shooting and hunting community has reacted to the recent licensing issues. 

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The HAMS company
  • HAMS is designed, built and maintained by Bit and Pixel Kft. Our company has more than 15 years of experience in the design and development of custom built, high security systems. Not to mention that the owner of Bit and Pixel has over twenty years of hunting and gamekeeping experience.
  • Phone: +36 30 950 33 82
  • E-mail: [email protected]
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Hosting provider
  • RACKFOREST KFT.
  • H-1132, Hungary, Budapest
  • Victor Hugo utca. 18-22.
  • Phone: 0-24: +36 70 362 4785
  • rackforest.com
We are looking for
Regional representatives
  • - If you are familiar with wildlife management, gamekeeping and hunting,
  • - and if you are interested in the representation of HAMS in your country or on regional level, please feel free to contact us via email.

Be part of this amazing team of international professionals, let's build the future of wildlife management together.