In New Zealand, hunting is a part of life. We have abundant introduced animals (deer, chamois, tahr) which the Department of Conservation spends a lot of taxpayer money to keep under control. Local hunters play their part in ethically managing areas of remote land. This experience provides access to one of those areas, together with an excellent conservation-minded group of local hunters - mostly Search & Rescue trackers. It has worked very well when introducing parents and children to ethical hunting.