Best practices in sustainable hunting
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Recreational Trophy Hunting: What do we know and what should we do?
Wildlife: Can it Pay its Way or Must it Be Subsidized?
Trophy Hunting for Endangered Species
Sustainable Hunting Tourism – Position Paper of the CIC Tropical Game Commission
Position Statement of the IUCN Caprinae Specialist Group on Trophy Hunting
Position on Trophy Hunting of the WWF South Africa
Sustainable Conservation and Grassroots Realities – Lessons from the Conservation Programme in Torghar, Balochistan, Pakistan
Conservation and Use of Wild Ungulates in Central Asia – Potentials and Challenges
Trophy Hunting in Sub Saharan Africa: Economic Scale and Conservation Significance
Namibia Communal Area Conservancies
Hunting as a Tool for Wildlife Conservation – the Case of Sheep Hunting in Mexico
CIC – International Council for Game andWildlife Conservation