Paying the price – New research indicates trophy hunters pay more to target large-bodied carnivores

New peer-reviewed research by scientists from the Raincoast Conservation Foundation and the University of Victoria offers fresh insight into the behaviour of trophy hunters. In short, guided hunters pay more to kill larger carnivores, reflecting a desire that likely evolved because large carnivores serve as impressive trophies to signal the abilities of hunters. Theory from … Continue reading Paying the price – New research indicates trophy hunters pay more to target large-bodied carnivores