International hunters may soon be able to head to Paraguay
, according to Juan-Francisco Facetti, former minister of environment in Paraguay and a well-respected environmental consultant in South America. He is also a moving force in SCI's Paraguay Chapter. Facetti met with The Hunting Report
at the SCI Convention in Las Vegas last month to deliver the news.
About the size of California, Paraguay is wedged between Brazil, Argentina and Bolivia. Ninety-five percent of Paraguay's land is privately owned, with the remaining five percent in national parks. So, it was necessary to get both landowners and government officials to understand and accept hunting as a conservation tool and an economic benefit to the country.....