For the Wild Species Bow Control Service, as a management tool for public and private entities, the Murcia Hunting Federation will create a group of archer hunters.
The Murcia Hunting Federation will establish a group of archer hunters to join the SCAES, who will receive special training ( Wild Species Bow Control Service ).
In those areas where, for security reasons, firearms cannot be used, this will be configured as a selective population management and control tool using the bow.
This method is based on the selection conditions that already exist to effectively screen those who wish to be part of groups of archery specialists who collaborate on projects relating to environmental needs that are fully supported and justified by the administration at an international level .
That demands your cooperation .
In this case, our colleagues from the SCAES-FMC Group (Madrid) and SCAES-FAC GROUP will follow the selection processes already officially implemented in the USA, Denmark and France and follow them for 7 years (Andalusia) .
The SCAES group will function as a team of archers serving public administrations and private entities to achieve these ten goals:
- Habitat improvement, reducing the damage caused by the species to be controlled, in particular preventing traffic accidents with dire consequences.
- Naturalize the locations where these species need to live.
- Eradicate potentially harmful and harmful species from the environment.
- Inform the public of the consequences of the anthropophilic disease.
- Health status study for the specimens.
- A study of the efficacy of the method used .
- The specimen census .
- The transfer for educational purposes of sick bodies.
- Assignment of specimens to other species of animals or soup kitchens for feeding.
- Document the project according to existing legislation.
The FCRM will ensure compliance with the group’s components to achieve these objectives and will require (from the beginning and after passing a training process and selective tests) appropriate rigor of conduct at both the personal, environmental, population and genetic control levels.