The Government of Botswana will reintroduce controlled hunting as a component of the conservation strategy of this wildlife rich and biodiverse country.
With a focus on young hunters, the conference set out to debate the future of hunting in an increasingly urbanized world.
Today, the European Parliament (EP) in plenary session voted on the revision of the EU Firearms Directive and approved it. All amendments have been rejected.
The Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the EU, organised the conference “The future of the Nature Directives: Where are we going?”
In summary, this proposal only risks harming legal manufacturers, brokers, and users of firearms, such as hunters and sport shooters.
The report states that the Natura 2000 network is a key element of the EU’s strategy to halt biodiversity loss and it plays a major role in protecting biodiversity.
The Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the EU is pleased to announce that Mr. Ludwig Willnegger is the new Secretary General of FACE.
The European Parliament Intergroup hosted “How to Manage Overabundant Species: The Example of Goose Management” at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The statement of the UNEP/CMS/FAO Co-Convened Scientific Task Force on Avian Influenza and Wild Birds has been published.
On the 7 December 2016, EU Commissioners confirmed the next steps of the Fitness Check of the Birds and Habitats Directives.
Trophy hunting has indeed a crucial role to play in successful conservation strategies. FACE can only welcome this conclusion!
Large carnivores represent one of Europe’s greatest conservation challenges. However, the Carpathian Mountains boast one of the largest and densest large carnivore populations in the western world.
During a conference held on Tuesday at the European Parliament, FACE explained that hunting is worth 16 billion Euros for the European economy.
The Economic Value of Hunting in the EU will be discussed at a conference organized by the Intergroup “Biodiversity, Hunting, Conservation” in the European Parliament.
This Symposium on the conservation of the Alpine Chamois, jointly organised by FACE, the Hunters’ Associations of Bavaria, South Tyrol and Tyrol, is dedicated to the future management of…..
The proposals seem to have little to do with addressing the deplorable acts of terrorism in Paris & simply create additional burdens for national police forces & legal firearm holders…
FACE calls on the European Commission to respect the rights of hunters and sport shooters, who represent the largest group of legal and responsible users of civilian firearms in the European Union..
The EU-initiated study into the toxicity of lead has been put on hold, & with the recent reversal of a lead shot ban in Norway, views in Brussels about lead could slowly be changing for the better…