Collaboration is key in FACE. Our work is facilitated by a constant interaction with strategic partners as well as our Members.
We develop partnerships with a broad array of organisations reflecting the great diversity of our interests. Together, we share mutual benefits – whether that’s political or technical support and expertise, synergies that avoid duplicated efforts and increase our impact.
Johann Springer lived for hunting – and hunting finds the same high regard today within the company Joh. Springer’s Erben. This passion for hunting is reflected in the highest quality products. We are specialists for hunting clothes, hunting optics, accessories and hunting rifels of all kinds. Our own factory designes and produces rifles that have been tested over generations of hunters and found excellent. In addition to the wide range of products at four locations in Vienna, we also offer the largest hunting weapons-auction platform in Europe. Collectors from around the world find here treasures and rarities
Founded in 2015 and based in Burgundy, France, Eagle Review is the No.1 global travel advisor for hunting, shooting and fishing. We are the trusted marketplace for guns and rods to discover, compare, choose and review hunting, shooting and fishing destinations around the world. From remote atolls, dense jungle and luxury country retreats to a simple weekend trip or last minute local offers. Eagle Review – passionate about helping venues, guides and local accommodation connect with guns and rods.
Founded in 2015, BookYourHunt is a trusted online marketplace where hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, and professional outfitters can list, easily discover, book, and enjoy unique hunting opportunities around the world. Whether a hunter is looking for a local hunting trip near home, a long-dreamed-of African safari, or a last minute cancellation hunt at a discount, BookYourHunt connects its users to unique hunting opportunities, whatever their budgets, in more than 52 countries across 5 continents.
The Nordic Hunters’ Alliance (NHA) was established in 1947 and currently represents approximately 600,000 hunters and shooters in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland.
– Danmarks Jægerforbund (Danish Hunters’ Association)
– Norges Jeger- og Fiskerforbund (The Norwegian Association of Hunters and Anglers)
– Svenska Jägareförbundet (Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management)
– Jägarnas Riksförbund (The National Association of Huntsmen)
– Finlands Jägareförbund – Suomen Metsästäjäliitto (Finnish Hunters’ Association)
– Skotveiðifélag Íslands
– Ålandsøernes jagtvårdsföreninger (Aaland Islands’ Hunting Associations) (special affiliation)
Tel.:+45 88 88 75 00
The International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation (CIC) is a politically independent advisory body, internationally active on a non-profit basis. The CIC’s global community advocates sustainable hunting through its knowledge, networks and valued traditions to benefit people and conserve nature.
The African Operators’ and Professional Hunters’ Associations of Africa (OPHAA) is a body made up of members that represent African hunting associations from every African nation where such associations have been established at a national level.
The International Association for Falconry and Conservation of Birds of Prey (IAF) is dedicated to the preservation of the ancient art of falconry. Preserving falconry involves maintaining not only the traditional culture that builds practical skills of empathy with animals, but also the conservation of raptors and their prey through preservation of natural habitats.
We therefore encourage falconry within the context of sustainable use of wildlife.
The IAF is made up of more than 70 associations in over 50 countries worldwide totalling 30,500 Members.
The OMPO Institute (Migratory Birds of the Western Palearctic) is a research institute and international NGOcommitted to the scientific study of Palearctic migratory birds on their overall distribution range in Africa-Eurasia, and providing knowledge for their management and sustainable use.
Due to the scope of its monitoring work OMPO has proved invaluable to the African-Eurasian Waterbird Agreement and other international fora dealing with the conservation of migratory birds.
Association Européenne des Chasses Traditionelles