HAMS - habitat Area Management System
The world’s fastest growing sustainable conservation tool and hunting community
HAMS is the revolutionary online digital administration software that supports everyone involved in field sports, hunting, land management and wildlife conservation.
“HAMS is Europe’s fastest growing land, wildlife management and conservation system and software, designed to support everyone involved in wildlife management, hunting, shooting and conservation. With hundreds of new members signing-up across the world every day the system is at the heart of sustainable conservation.”
Whilst digitalising the administration of the work we do HAMS supports the industry, educates people both in & outside the community about the importance of hunting and the essential role it plays in sustainable conservation, and revolutionises the administration of conservation all whilst helping to maintain our traditions and values.
At HAMS we strongly believe that by working together we can better represent our community: Ensuring its survival; upholding its values and traditions; and improving its security
If you would like further information on HAMS or would like to schedule an interview, please contact:
Alan Salisbury // Business Development Director
Phone: 00 (44) 7487 231065
Email: [email protected]
HAMS.online in the press
English language/international press
published by The Outdoor Wire (date of publication: 17th March 2021)
published by Fayre Game Pursuits
published by Irish Deer Commission
Coillte Teoranta have indicated that a roll-out of HAMS to all Coillte Licensees and Permit Holders will begin in March 2021, for implementation during the Season 2021-2022 and beyond.
published by Deer Alliance HCAP Assessment Committee
LandBusiness Magazine by Scottish Land and Estates (Issue 78 Spring 2021, page 45):
LandBusiness Magazine by Scottish Land and Estates (Issue 78 Spring 2021, page 50):
LandBusiness Magazine by Scottish Land and Estates (Issue 76 Autumn 2020 page 65. Business to Business):
Eesti Jahimeeste Selts (apr. 16, 2020)
Magyar Mezőgazdaság Online
Vadászmester online magazin
Magyar Vadász Portál