A hunter’s connection with the environment is a strong focus of modern hunting. We understand the importance of conserving the natural environment so that it attracts and supports an abundance of wildlife.
We work with the Department for Environment and Water and other hunting and conservation organisations to help conserve the environment and restore important wildlife habitats on both public and private land.
There are several ways you can get involved, including:
- improving wetland habitats
- reducing feral animal population
- being part of citizen science programs by completing surveys (see our open season hunter report cards)
- participating in research to better understand the needs of game species
- helping to raise money for conservation programs
- general maintenance of public and private hunting areas.
To get involved, join a conservation and hunting club or contact the Department for Environment and Water for volunteering opportunities.