Since the founding of the "International Rotary Fellowship of Hunters", numerous projects with a hunting connection have been planned and their implementation started from the very beginning.
On the one hand, there are projects with charitable goals and on the other hand, the hunt, which is dear to us Rotarian hunters, is to be put in the right light. Of course, the international connection of all Rotarians with hunting ambitions and their global networking is above all.
The goals set for charitable or hunting-supporting purposes are, for example:
Supporting families of professional hunters hit hard by strokes of fate. E.G.: Mitigating the effects of the loss of the head of the family (accident, death), financial support of professional hunter families with disabled children, total absence due to illness, etc.).
Preservation of native huntable animals worthy of special protection.
Improvement and preservation of species-appropriate habitats for animals subject to hunting rights such as black grouse, capercaillie and hazel grouse.
Support of the Salzburg hunting community, e.g.: Project "Wild Animals on the Move", "Respect Your Borders", "Marketing of Native Game", the "Hazel Cock Project", "Combating Animal Epidemics", etc.
Cultivating the hunting culture, the Rotarian friendship as well as the high level of hunting justice through regular joint meetings. To this end, high-quality lectures on the one hand and cross-border social hunts on the other are to be organised.
Of course, with the global growth of the Rotarian Hunting Fellowship, international hunting projects in the sense of hunting justice are also planned!