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TAJIKISTAN CONSERVATION PERMIT

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TAJIKISTAN CONSERVATION PERMIT
SOLD
135,000.00USDto floor+ buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2019 Feb 09 @ 22:51UTC-8 : PST/AKDT
During the week of February 4th-10th you will be able to contact Auction Support at 406-404-8765.
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A 5% buyer’s premium will be added to the final bid price of this special permit/tag (unless prohibited by statute.) Proceeds will be dedicated to WSF Conservation Initiatives. If the winner of this item refuses to pay the premiums required, the item shall be offered to the next highest bidder for the price he/she bid.
TAJIKISTAN CONSERVATION PERMIT
ASSOCIATION OF
HUNTER TAJIKISTAN
P: +992.907.753.975
E: info@tajwildlife.com
W: www.tajwildlife.com
BOOTH #612
DONATION: This is a PREMIUM Bukharan markhor permit. This hunt must be taken right after the 2019 WSF “Sheep Show” in February. This hunt is suitable for hunters of any age.
DATES: Contact Jack Atcheson, Jr for exact dates in February 2019. This hunt cannot be delayed.
ADDITIONAL HUNTERS: Not available
ADDITIONAL NON-HUNTERS: Not available
AMENITIES INCLUDED: Cites export, permits for hunt, VBT rifle permit, transportation from airport to hunting camp and back. All accommodations.
AMENITIES NOT INCLUDED: Flights, visa, cites import, hotel before and after hunting and trophy shipment.
LOCATION: Tajikistan, Darvoz Mountain Range
ACCOMMODATIONS: Nice hunting camp with private rooms. Shower and sauna. Great kitchen and food.
SPECIAL NOTES: The markhor is one of the world’s most challenging game animals to hunt because of the rugged country it calls home. Strong and healthy game populations, which offer great opportunities for hunters to experience a memorable hunt and to collect an exceptional trophy, are only possible where the local people protect the wildlife from poaching, regularly survey the status of the populations with involvement of outside experts, and do their best to preserve the entire ecosystem. Population surveys by the Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan, together with government agencies and rangers of game management areas as well as independent scientists and NGOs, revealed that during the last few years markhor numbers have reached historic heights. In February and March 2017, another survey took place involving participants from the Wild Sheep Foundation and the Caprinae Specialist Group of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The survey covered those areas of the markhor range in the country known to harbor most of the magnificent wild goats. The surveyors, after assessing and removing all possible repeated observations of the same animals, recorded 1,901 markhor in an area of 213 square miles. Among the recorded markhor, 78 of them were old males eight or more years of age that would qualify as huntable. Only responsible hunters can ensure that the incredible experience of hunting in Tajikistan’s mountains will be possible in the future and that markhor, ibex, urial, and argali can thrive together with snow leopards and other wildlife and benefit the rural people of this beautiful region.
VALUE: $150,000
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