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Hunting

The KwaZulu Natal Nature Conservation Service recognises that hunting is an endeavour long pursued by man and that hunting can make a significant contribution to wildlife conservation. The Service believes that hunting is a rational use of a natural resource which if correctly and ethically practised on a sustainable basis can enhance an appreciation of nature and assist in the conservation of the provinces` biodiversity resources.

The Service will not permit hunting in any protected area under its control, with the exception, in appropriate circumstances, of areas previously known as public resorts, and in areas specifically proclaimed as Controlled Hunting Areas. Professional hunting is acknowledged to be the sustainable use of a natural resource which if correctly and ethically practiced will benefit the province , its peoples and its wildlife. The Nature Conservation Service is charged by the conservation laws of the province to regulate this established profession in conjunction with the professional hunting industry and does so through a protocol compiled by the nine conservation authorities in South Africa and the Professional Hunters Association.

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Application For An Initial KwaZulu-Natal Hunting Outfitter`s Licence
Application For Renewal Of KwaZulu-Natal Hunting Outfitter`s Licence
Application For An Initial KwaZulu-Natal Professional Hunting Licence
Application For Renewal Of KwaZulu-Natal Professional Hunting Licence
Transfer Of Hunting Rights
Remuneration Agreement Between Hunting Outfitter And
A Guide to Hunting in KwaZulu-Natal
‘N Handleiding Tot Jag In KwaZulu-Natal
Professional Hunting Examinations
Ordinance 15 of 1974
These forms are in PDF format and require Adobe Acrobat Reader to open and download.