Hunt a Water Buffalo for $120
Sign up as an annual member before Christmas Eve to be in it to win it!
Join I Am Hunter today for your chance to win
Each year, I Am Hunter members have a chance to win an amazing hunting experience somewhere around the world.
This year, members can win a fully guided water buffalo hunt* in the Northern Territory of Australia, plus a Kryptek Valhalla gear pack, plus a Tasmanian Wild 10 pack of biltong.
Total prize value is $8000AUD.
All you need to do to win is become an I Am Hunter annual member before 7pm AEST 24 December 2019** and you’re in the draw.
The benefits of joining I Am Hunter don’t end there. As well as giving your support to help keep hunting alive through education and advocacy, you’ll also be entered into our monthly giveaways, get exclusive discount codes for our partners and get access to our member only content.
*The 2019 major prize consists of a 3-day water buffalo hunt in the Northern Territory courtesy of HuntShack, plus a Kryptek Valhalla camo package, plus a 10 pack of Tasmania Wild biltong. Total prize value is $8000. This prize will be drawn on 24 December 2019 at 7pm AEST. ** To be eligible to win the major prize, you must be a current financial member of I Am Hunter on the date that the prize is drawn. Annual members are automatically eligible, while monthly members must complete 3 months of membership before they are eligible to win major prizes.
What is I Am Hunter?
Support the future of hunting by becoming an I Am Hunter member. For just $120 a year (or $15 per month), you can help change the conversation about hunting from negative to positive, help future generations of hunters learn new skills and help build a positive hunting community online. And in return, you’ll get to enjoy some pretty cool member benefits.
Help spread a positive message about hunting to the wider community.
Help hunters improve their skills and better utilise the animals they harvest.
Enjoy member benefits including a free t-shirt, discount codes and amazing prizes.
Recent articles and tutorials
The most obvious way to field dress a goat for meat would be to gut it and then break it down into the cuts of meat, like we did for a kangaroo in this video.
Sometimes it doesn’t make sense to do that though and if you’re new to hunting, having to gut an animal can be messy and a little confronting – which is totally understandable.
Here is a method that we filmed while attending the Game Hunters Association of Australia Hunter Education course.
In 1977, Kenya banned trophy hunting and pinned its economic hopes on tourism, believing photographic tourism to be more sustainable in the long run than hunting tourism. Enter 2020 and a global pandemic that hasn’t just impacted the health of millions of people around the world; it has also decimated the tourism industry. Kenyan based conservation scientist Dennis Ombaki believes there should be a place for well regulated hunting to help Kenya rebuild and provide much-needed economic aid to Africa post Covid-19.
There are 3 main reasons why hunter education should be taught to children in schools. 1. Children learn a healthy respect for firearms that will help them as they get older. 2. Children learn where food comes from. 3. Children learn how to source food for themselves.