The exam consists of three parts; a written theory with a maximum possible score of 100 point, actually measuring 10 species and an oral examination by a panel of 2 instructors on measuring of trophies. The theory section as done via oral exam to accommodate dyslectic students.
Trail cameras banned for hunting in Arizona, a rare giant muntjac sighting in Cambodia, and exploding deer numbers in Britain: Read conservation news from around the world in the latest issue of Frontline Dispatches. https://www.conservationfrontlines.org/current-issue-frontline-dispatches/ Download full PDF here: Dispatches_August_2021
A good overview of the current situation with the California condor and how hunters can help.
How decades of Wildlife Restoration funding helped recover Nevada's most hard-headed ungulate
The newly updated Rowland Ward Measuring Handbook has clarified and streamlined instructions for measuring all species, especially deer.
First, this book is not an academic treatise. It is a rude, anti-hunting rant dressed up in pretentious academic verbiage. If you are an anti-hunter, you’ll think it is a wonderful and important bible, confirming all your wildest delusions about cruel, evil hunters. If you are a hunter, you will be angered by its blatant...click … Continue reading Review by John Nash of anti-hunting book that mentions Rowland Ward
7 major hunting & conservation organizations have now signed a joint statement on Captive bred lions. – by Paul Hunter Rowland Ward joins other conservation groups in taking a stand against the shooting of captive-bred lions. Rowland Ward Ltd. has united with several highly regarded international conservation groups to take a firm stand against the practice … Continue reading UPDATE: United Against Canned Lion Shooting
by Dr. Simukonda, Director of Zambia's National Parks and Wildlife As the director of the Department of National Parks and Wildlife under the Ministry of Tourism and Arts for the Republic of Zambia, I oversee the management of our wildlife resources and help ensure that our ecosystems and beautiful species are effectively conserved. In Zambia … Continue reading Proposed Connecticut State Law will Damage Zambia’s Conservation Efforts
The state of Connecticut is currently considering legislation, SB 5104, that would ban the import and possession of parts from certain species of legally hunted African game animals. In response, Maxi Louis, Chairperson of the Community Leaders Network (CLN), an organization representing millions of rural people in nine countries in southern Africa, has written an … Continue reading Rural Africans Speak Out Against Proposed Legislation in Connecticut