Hunting motivation pursued

16 December 2021 | News

Do you hunt to fill the freezer or for other reasons?

Lincoln University and the University of Otago are researching motivations for recreational hunting, including the importance of hunting for food in New Zealand.

Lincoln researchers Dr Gebeyaw Degarege,  Associate Professor Stephen Espiner, and Professor Geoff Kerr, along with Professor Brent Lovelock from the University of Otago, are working on the joint project to explore how recreational hunting relates to food access and consumption.

This project uses the online survey tool, Qualtrics.

To take part go here.

Fishing and gathering of seafood/kaimoana are not included in the study. 

Participants also have the opportunity to enter into a prize draw for one of five $100 Hunting & Fishing vouchers.