Adrian, I can't speak for other outfits, but will tell you how our Lion hunts are conducted. Maybe we are very fortunate to be able to do them like this because of the type of market we have. We definitely have a lion season. When I say this, I mean, there is a definite date range of when our Lion hunts happen and I think this is the most important factor that allows us to do it the way we do. Most our lion hunts are for Scandinavians, and their hunting time is very early and very late in the year. I'm speaking about early January stuff. That early. The agent that brings them, organizes big groups, so there are a couple of hunters who wish to shoot lion. The groups come in thick and fast during this short time as well and start early Jan until around end March. Keep in mind, that we know who wants to shoot what so have an exact number of cats needed.The entire quota gets released into the area. I don't just mean the quota for that group. I mean the quota for the number of hunters of the next group as well. When you have to hunt that many cats, you don't have the time to search for a single cat on that size ground. Like I mentioned in an earlier post, one of the area we hunt Lion is 60K acres.The more cats there are, obviously the better the success. As the number dwindle, we top up the numbers, so there is not an accurate way of saying how long a specific cat has been out. Unless you find one that had a specific mark or something like that. Last year, we had to offer 6 lions to locals at a really low price, since they were not hunted successfully during that year. Those lions were in there a couple of months. As has been mentioned, it would not make financial sense to leave them amongst the plains game until the next hunters arrive the following year.