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Posts: 54320 | Location: Dubai, UAE | Registered: 08 January 1998Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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What is interesting is that they seem to allow the taking of a male lion part of pride with cubs or dependant young so long as it is deemed over 6 yo.


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hunting is not about the killing but about the chase of the hunt.... Ortega Y Gasset
 
Posts: 3008 | Location: Tanzania - The Land of Plenty | Registered: 19 September 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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If Packer is correct then that should be of no overall consequience to the wild lion population (the possible resulting death of cubs).

I like this system. Any idea on how it is working?
 
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I asked Saeed to paste it to the top here as I refer to it often.

It is working very well and Craig Packer endorses it as the gold standard.


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Posts: 27898 | Location: Gainesville, TX | Registered: 24 December 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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PH's recieve no decrease in quota for not shooting a lion.

I would be curious to know the effects of this vs. Zambia's policy of penalizing the PH's if 60% of quota is not filled?
 
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Brad, I may be wrong, but believe that the 60% minimum is based on the value of total quota (i.e. all animals issued on quota)? In Tz this minimum is 40%.

So you can easily not shoot a single lion but still make your minimum by harvesting 60% of the rest of your quota.

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"...Them, they were Giants!"
J.A. Hunter describing the early explorers and settlers of East Africa

hunting is not about the killing but about the chase of the hunt.... Ortega Y Gasset
 
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