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The C.A.S.H. Courier Newsletter

Summer 2013 Issue
Is There a Wildlife Watching Venture that Could be Established?

Our lead article in this newsletter is Monetizing Animal Protection. Stalktech is one example of how hunter activity is monetized. When we think of "recreational spotlighting" (please see Merle Wilsonís letter on page 9) we don't think about businesses surrounding it, but here you go:

wildlife night hunting

Stalktech specializes in spotlights for night hunting:  www.stalktech.com  "Designed and engineered by hunters for hunters"Designed to fit on various weapons and to bring "targets" into view up to 250 yards away.

I ask you, why can't this be done as a wildlife watching venture that could be established for the purpose of watching wildlife. 

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