By Mike Bodenchuk, North American EditorMexico
has some exciting new developments in hunting that should lead to expanded opportunities there in the near future. An association of landowners who manage for wildlife, known by the acronym ANGADI (Asociación Nacional de Ganaderos Diversificados Criadores de Fauna
, or the National Association of Diversified Ranch Owners and Wildlife Breeders) is working with the Mexican government to promote hunting throughout the country. Their success will mean the development of new properties throughout Mexico.
ANGADI's members are Mexican landowners who wish to better manage the wildlife on their ranches. Headquartered in Nuevo Laredo, ANGADI has many members from the states of Tamaulipas and Nuevo Leon. But they are gaining national traction in promoting hunting throughout the country and have been in negotiations with the federal government to help build the infrastructure for hunting throughout Mexico......