The tourism research focus area, TREES (Tourism Research in Economics, Environs and Society) at the North West University, Potchefstroom, in cooperation with hunting organisations, SA Hunters and CHASA, is currently conducting research regarding the economic impact of South Africa's local hunters. The importance of the research is that it would assist the hunting industry in answering questions such as the economic contribution of biltong hunters, who hunts where and when and which species are the preferred ones.
Completion of this questionnaire will ensure automatic entry into the lucky draw. The price include two nights' accommodation, meals, and the opportunity to hunt two species (gemsbok and springbok-non trophy animals), and is sponsored by Wintershoek Safaris, situated close to Kimberley. Please enter your contact details at the end of this questionnaire, to qualify for this amazing opportunity.
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