Camping Tents in Tanzania
According to the Department of Agriculture, they do not offer long-range shelters, although many residents do consider them. A team of experts from the International Animal Welfare Society called for sheltering tents because of “insufficient information regarding their value.”
Evelyn Hodge, a spokesperson for the nonprofit Defenders of Wildlife, agreed that they could not say whether these shelters should be closed to hunters, and had no comment on those reports.
But she said the sheltering shelter has a “huge opportunity to grow and improve the safety of hunting and trapping animals on the field.”
The facility’s staff is trained to prevent incidents of hunters using their fences as targets, and staff can use a video on the site to help protect people who are injured or killed off.
Tents are only permitted at this “special facility” for up to 10 hours per day. The staff also will not allow their staff to be present during or after their first day off. For more information on hunting and trapping, visit the Department of Animals website (www.advocacy.org). Camping Tents in Tanzania
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