Hunting Methods & Culture

The future of European and African waterbird conservation was decided this week (4-8 December 2018) in Durban, South Africa. 78 parties attended the 7th Meeting of Parties (MoP) of the African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbird Agreement (AEWA) decided on several important developments for waterbird conservation and management...

CONFERENCE IN THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, BRUSSELS. Hunting in the European year of cultural heritage "The challenges of today and tomorrow". Wednesday 28 November, 17:00 - 19:00. Room PHS070050. Interpretation: EN, FR, DE, IT. Hosted by MEPs: Giancarlo SCOTTÀ, Jacques COLOMBIER, Georg MAYER, Franz OBERMAYR....

FACE is delighted that falconry is once again legal in Denmark. From 1 September 2018, all birds of prey may hunt partridge, pheasants, ducks, waders, crows and magpies, pigeons, rabbits and hares. This is an important accomplishment for falconry in Europe and a great achievement for...

The European Commission decided to set up 2018 as the Year of Cultural Heritage to enable people to become closer to and more involved with their cultural heritage. In that purpose, numerous initiatives and events are taking place across Europe throughout the year. FACE is currently...

The European Federation for Hunting and Conservation (FACE) was shocked when Anja Hazekamp, MEP for ‘The Dutch Party for The Animals’ accused the Maltese Government of having “a permanent lack of enforcement” for its spring hunting derogation. The round table debate, which took place in the...

On the 18-20 August 2017, FACE was invited by Pro Sacile, the municipality of Sacile and the European Association of Traditional Hunting (AECT) to the championship of bird singing imitation in Sacile, Italy. The competition took place during the famous 744th Sagra dei Osei, the festival...

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