A subreddit for intelligent articles and discussion related to poaching, anti-poaching, human-wildlife conflict, and wildlife crime.
A subreddit for intelligent articles and discussion related to anti-poaching, human-wildlife conflict, habitat conservation, and wildlife crimes and their solutions.
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Hellooooooo. I don’t read stupid shit like this but having a Lions head in your house is beautiful? Killing something that doesn’t even care about you is fun? But if I start hunting humans because it’s fucking fun…. Jail? I doubt it. If you kill an animal, regardless of the species… you deserve death or jail until death. Fuck outta here. People hunt deers… why? Who the fuck eats deers on a daily? Like I said… if I could hunt or would like to… if it was humans, y’all would cry. Can I slice & eat your sister? Go to the fucking store. Die bitch die.
P.S. don’t come for me. Because nobody has ever came for those INNOCENT ass animals.
Fuck you. I will never support nor care. I hate hunters. Bitch. If you’re that hungry.. figure shut out.
I hope they eat your ass up one day. Dummy.
No wait…. “ I’m surviving “ you’re right. The wrong way. When you die in whatever. I will definitely praise your death. Please. Die. & I hope those animals that you killed or tried too… EATS YOU. Hell. I wish DEERS ate people because you’re disgusting skin & meat might actually taste nice knowing that I’m getting back. DIEEEEEEEEE.
What are the best books, articles, seminars, media of any sort by experts on positive futures for anti-poaching? How will things get better in the future?
There is so much we need to do in anti-poaching, but I am wondering who are the leading writers, thinkers, and activists who discuss positive futures are? Who are the people talking about pathways for significant improvement in stopping poaching?
I've been looking to get into anti poaching after my short military contract, and I've been looking at courses and academies, I don't want to look at protrack, but I've had my eye on Milites dei academy and Tac trac.
Any advice? Thank you
I saw some guys on here say that one should avoid companies like pro track that offer training courses. But on the flip side I don’t understand how somebody is supposed to get started in this field in any other way. The more reputable organizations don’t offer training and don’t offer jobs to people that haven’t been working in the field for some time.
Can y’all give me any advice on how to step a foot into this field, as someone with no prior experience. And is pro track really bad, I can’t find anything negative about them on the internet besides here.
Peace and thanks✌️