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Thursday, August 9 • 9:40am - 10:00am
SYMPOSIA-06: Historical Perspective and Current State of Deer Conservation and Sport Hunting in Mexico

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AUTHORS: Trinidad Benavides Garcia, Asociacion Nacional de Ganaderos Diversificados y Criadores de Fauna (ANGADI)

ABSTRACT: ANGADI It is the Mexican Association of owners of private properties, ejidos and communal lands, dedicated to the conservation, management and sustainable use of the resources of the flora and fauna that is developed and produced on their lands as well as people interested in knowing and participate in what refers to diversified Livestock. The mission of ANGADI is to disseminate, promote and support knowledge, conservation and sustainable use of wildlife (flora and fauna) as a fundamental pillar of the ecological and socio-economic cultural heritage of Mexico, and holders of properties where this it is developed through the rural production model based on the Diversified Livestock. Our commitment is to conserve Mexico's biodiversity and take advantage of opportunities for economic diversification for the rural sector, help the federal government through the Diversified Livestock model to the production of sustainable use of wildlife, as well as in the application of the General Law of Wildlife, instrument that was requested by the ANGADI and promulgated by the congress of the union in the year 2000. Currently, ANGADI is the most important organization in Mexico of producers of wildlife, and congregates over one thousand five hundred owners and holders of "Units of Management for the Conservation of Wildlife (UMAS)", which cover about 10 million hectares of natural habitats where more than 70 species of wildlife of hunting interest and more than a thousand species of non-hunting wildlife are present, White-tailed deer is the most important game species in the country. For its efficient operation, ANGADI has State Delegations in Aguascalientes, Baja California, Coahuila, Chihuahua, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Nuevo Leon, Sonora and Tamaulipas.

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Thursday August 9, 2018 9:40am - 10:00am MDT
Assembly Hall B

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