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Benefits of Regulated Leopard Hunting
Top Fifty Reasons the Leopard is Not Endangered in the Countries Where it is
Currently Listed as Threatened - November 2017
Please click link for the 90-Day Findings on the African Leopard Comment from Conservation Force: Status Review of the African Leopard, January 2017
Index of Included Articles
Leopard collaring in Rungwa - Piti Ecosystem
This study is another project of the Cullman & Hurt Program/Conservation Force Program. The other funding partners include the Tanzanian Government, Robin Hurt Safaris (Tz) Ltd., Safari Club of Mexico. Mr. Fred Mannix, Unidos Para la Conservacion, A.C., and the IUCN Cat Specialist Group.
"The folks who are Conservation Force are doing a tremendous job, day in and day out, representing our sport and preserving our commitment to true wildlife conservation, and to our hunting rights and heritage. True warriors and heroes on the wildlife conservation front."
- From Accurate Reloading Message Board
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