Dear Fellow Hunters and Conservationists,
We are at a pivotal moment in the history of ethical hunting and wildlife conservation. A concerning trend has emerged in the hunting of the Kri Kri ibex, particularly in Macedonia and other regions, where illegal trade practices are tarnishing the noble tradition of hunting. It has come to our attention that trophies obtained through these unethical means have been recorded in the Safari Club International (SCI) record books, a situation that demands our immediate and collective action.
We are calling upon all responsible hunters, conservationists, and members of the hunting community to join us in signing a petition that urges the Safari Club International to remove all Kri Kri ibex trophies from their record books if they were hunted as a result of illegal trade. This action is not just about adhering to legal standards; it’s a stand for the ethical principles that underpin our passion for hunting and our commitment to conservation.
Why This Matters:
Your Signature Counts: By signing this petition, you are voicing your support for ethical hunting practices and the protection of wildlife. You are also helping to ensure that hunting organizations like SCI maintain their integrity and continue to play a positive role in wildlife conservation.
How to Sign: To sign the petition, please visit [insert petition address here]. It takes only a moment, but your signature can make a lasting impact on the future of ethical hunting and wildlife conservation.
Spread the Word: We also urge you to share this petition with your fellow hunters, friends, and anyone in your network who stands for ethical hunting and wildlife conservation. Together, our collective voice can bring about the change we need to see in the hunting community.
Thank you for standing with us in this crucial fight for ethical hunting and the protection of our precious wildlife.