Namibia MET announces who receives Leopard hunting quota for 2011
The Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has been contacting the various Namibian outfitters who have applied for and who have received Leopard on quota for the upcoming 2011 hunting season in Namibia. If you are tentatively booked for a Leopard hunt in Namibia for 2011 you can contact your outfitter if you have not heard from them to find out whether or not they have received a Leopard on quota for you.
Leopard Hunting Quotas Namibia
Apparently for the 2011 Namibian hunting season a quota of 50 Leopard tags will be issued to State Concessions and Communal Conservancies and a quota of 200 Leopard tags will be issued to Freehold Areas, privately owned territory.
The hunting season in Namibia ends in a couple of weeks and so far about 50 Leopards have been reported taken in 2010, MET is still waiting for some reports back.
Source: The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET)