Australia: Bow hunters ready themselves for forays in NSW NPs
Bow hunters are preparing for the introduction of newly legislated access to hunt in national parks. Bega Valley Traditional Archers have been authorised by Game Council NSW as an Approved Hunting Organisation and will be offering licence tests required for bow hunting in national parks. The club's role is to educate its members in responsible hunting and to oversee the licence testing.
Garry Mallard, club secretary and coach, said, "We want to ensure that people who go out to hunt do so with very clear rules about hunter conduct and ethics."
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