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Gerhard Rudolf Damm is the Founding Editor of the Conservation Frontlines Newsroom. His major publication, the 'CIC Caprinae Atlas of the World Vol. I & II (English Edition) and Aтлас Caprinae Мира CIC Том I & II (Russian Edition)' is considered the Mountain Hunters' Bible.
CIC Caprinae Atlas of the World Vol. I & II (Gerhard R Damm & Nicolás Franco) Aтлас Caprinae Мира CIC Том I & II (Герхард Р. Дамм и Николас Франко) The two-volume Caprinae Atlas presents a comprehensive overview of the distribution ranges of the wild Caprinae, their physical appearance, life history, conservation status and sustainable use. It aim...
Conservation Frontlines is an editorially independent quarterly E-Magazine. Our authors present independence of thought and opinion on the subtle morals and ethics of hunting and provide persuasive insight into the motivations of hunters. They investigate the aspects of ‘utilitarian’ and ‘recreational’ hunting; they explore the compelling process o...
Citizen Science refers to a project or program of scientific work, embedded in a structure designed and overseen by scientists, in which a network of volunteers, who may have no specific scientific training, perform or manage tasks such as recording observations or measurement. Such programs can yield a wealth of information that would not be possi...
The two-volume Caprinae Atlas presents a comprehensive overview of the distribution ranges of the wild Caprinae, their physical appearance, life history, conservation status and sustainable use. It aims to stimulate involvement of policy makers who create the administrative and legislative frameworks for Caprinae conservation; researchers and taxon...
Conservation Frontlines and Frontline Dispatches brings topical news on Conservation and Hunting around the world. We aim to encourage positive exchanges between non-hunting and hunting conservationists, spark conversations, shift perspectives, and inspire new ideas. We believe that hunters and non-hunters alike need ‘greater independence of thought’. Cooperation in broad-based conservation coalitions to perpetuate wild landscapes and wildlife is essential. Our extensive library section with continuously updated content of scientific papers and topical media articles from around the world provides users with ample background material. If you want to contribute an article, abstract or simply a news item, please contact email@example.com