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 Post subject: Part two of a three stage strategy
PostPosted: Mon Sep 29, 2014 11:06 am 
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Part two of a three stage strategy.

The second stage of the British Bowhunters Association's strategy to promote modern Bowhunting as an effective, humane and ethical method of wildlife management and conservation, and to set the conditions for the re-introduction of Bowhunting in the UK was to identify and approach an impartial scientific specialist in animal welfare to carry out a desk study of all the 'science' that we are in possession of.

We now have a top UK Professor who has agreed in principle to undertake the study. It must be seen as completely impartial and the BBA will not be able to influence its outcome apart from supplying the study material.

The BBA must fund the above study and it will go ahead once the funds are in place.

With this in mind, if you see this as a positive step forward and would like to contribute to the monetary needs of the project please feel free to use the link below to donate, or alternatively send you donation to :- British Bowhunters Association, Pollys Patch, Russley Park, Baydon, Marlborough, Wilts. SN8 2JY.

http://www.britishbowhunterassociation.co.uk/page14.php


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