There is this common argument that I often hear that if left to its own devices wildlife would thrive but one thing that the lockdown has actually demonstrably proven is that this is not the case at all.
Az Egyesült Államok vezető szabadtéri rekreációs szoftver szolgáltatója, az iSportsman a napokban véglegesítette együttműködését a magyar Bit and Pixel Kft. által fejlesztett HAMS.online-nal, Európa egyik legjelentősebb vadgazdálkodási szoftver szolgáltatójával. A hírt Doug Howlett, az iSportsman LLC operatív vezetője jelentette be az amerikai Vadgazdálkodási Intézet és a Nemzeti Katonai Halászati és Vadvilág Szövetség által szervezett 86. Észak-Amerikai Vad és Természeti Erőforrások konferencián.
A hazai fejlesztésű adminisztrációs szoftver és elektronikus beírókönyv – így annak fejlesztője, a Bit and Pixel Kft. – lett a nyertese annak a közbeszerzésnek, amelyet a Coillte, Írország állami erdőgazdasága írt ki. A szoftvert a területén zajló vadgazdálkodási és rekreációs tevékenységek elektronikus adminisztrációjára valamint a bérlemények pályáztatásának kezelésére használja majd a szervezet.
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.
After being locked up inside for weeks now, many may be wondering what the origin is of the situation we’re in, as this virus outbreak likely arose from a wildlife management problem.
Scientists, by and large, believe the virus originated in bats before being transmitted to humans. These infected bats were believed to have been sold at a wet market in Wuhan, China. However, no one currently knows for certain so all we can do is speculate.
Since then, our lives have been completely changed and the world won’t be the same anymore.
As COVID-19 is affecting people and economies worldwide, you may wonder what kind of impact this has on hunting and wildlife.
Is there something we can do about this?
And more importantly, what can we learn from this situation?
These are difficult times for sure, and self isolation isn’t easy. As a community we’re more inclined to be outdoors than indoors - that’s for sure (stir crazy comes to mind:) ). So here’s our little handy HAMS guide to things you can be doing that are at least hunting related. If it stops another self-inflicted bowl haircut or someone pouring vegetable oil on their kitchen floor (really!) we’ll have done our job…
As part of our ongoing series of articles, voices from the community, Katie Burrows (@katie_burrows16) shares her experiences and thoughts as a vegan that understands why hunting plays an essential role in wildlife conservation.
Okay, so I’m going to start this guest post with a few questions and I’d love you to answer them - honestly - because for a lot of us we often forget the reasons behind what we do. Why do you love field sports? ...
It is impossible to talk about hunting and game meat without mentioning ethics and the increasing human concern around meat consumption.
The future of wildlife is at stake.
Until we start harvesting game populations responsibly, we will never be able to manage wildlife in a sustainable manner.
This article takes an indepth look at the effects of over and under shooting game populations.
And, most importantly, what we should be doing instead.
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