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Into The Wilderness with Byron Pace

Oct 11, 2018

Worldwide we see government decisions impacting on wildlife and habitat management in negative way, often driven by personal agendas and moral exceptions. We saw this with Tahr in New Zealand, and British Columbia with Grizzly Bears, both topics we have covered in in previous shows. Now we see it in Wales, with shooting leases being taken back on public land, effectively ceasing all shooting/hunting activity. We hear here from Sue Evans, Director of the GWCT in Wales, to understand the history and reasons behind the recent decision. Importantly, we ask what the government is doing to replace the proven benefits of shooting in these areas.