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.
The Rowland Ward Foundation and the Akhuwat Initiative have formed a joint project to help transform the educational landscape of Pakistan while empowering communities and conserving wildlife Pakistan's K-12 educational system has been grappling with a significant challenge: an estimated 22.8 million children are currently not enrolled in school, and students in rural areas are … Continue reading Transforming Pakistan’s Educational Landscape while Conserving Wildlife
A hunter with a trophy gemsbok. (Credit: Trail’s End Media) WRITTEN BY Leon Mangasarian The lion or elephant in the photo should be stone-cold dead. The hunter posing with it should be ugly, fat and preferably American. Cue to social media outrage from celebrities, journalists and online nobodies. Few things generate more furious … Continue reading Why Trophy Hunting Could be Key to Saving Africa’s Wildlife
In an exclusive interview on the international podcast Jagdzeit, Ludo Wurfbain delves into the fascinating journey that is Rowland Ward. As director of the Rowland Ward Foundation, he shares the captivating history of Rowland Ward from its beginnings in London in the last quarter … Continue reading “Unveiling the Remarkable History of Rowland Ward: A Journey of Conservation and Legacy”
Find a Rowland Ward Official Measurer Quickly and Easily with Our New interactive Map! The Rowland Ward Foundation has unveiled an exciting new feature on its website: the Interactive Map of Fair Chase Measurers. This feature allows users to easily locate any of the 539 Rowland Ward Measurers in various regions of the world. Rowland … Continue reading Find a Rowland Ward Official Measurer Quickly and Easily with Our New interactive Map!
We have some exciting news to share with you about the desert lions of northwest Namibia. These lions, renowned for surviving in the harsh environment of the Namibian Desert, were once known for their ability to hunt marine prey such as Cape fur seals, beached whales, and cormorants. However, in the 1980s, the desert lions … Continue reading Namibia, Lions Are King of the Beach
Community Project Update April 11, 2023 The notion that "Not every classroom has four walls" is embodied by the impressive work taking place in British Columbia, Canada. Under the leadership of Michael Schneider, Driftwood Valley Outfitters has developed a multiyear apprenticeship program for indigenous youth, specifically aimed at the Talka First Nation communities. This program … Continue reading Driftwood Outdoor Guide & Business Apprenticeship
The U.S. Department of Interior recently announced a bison restoration plan that aims to further promote the recovery of the iconic species. Bison restoration is widely recognized as one of America's greatest conservation success stories, with wild populations having rebounded to around 15,000 in recent years. Despite this progress, bison's range remains limited, and there … Continue reading Bison Restoration Plan
Rowland Ward Newsletter Community Project Update: Cameroon – Mayo Oldiri Safaris Cameroon is a country located in West-Central Africa and is home to a diverse array of wildlife. However, much of its wildlife and habitat face numerous threats, including poaching, habitat destruction, and human-wildlife conflict. To address these challenges, the Rowland Ward Foundation is … Continue reading Community Project Update: Cameroon – Mayo Oldiri Safaris
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