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Training for Hunting Dogs
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Radio Sintonia:

Training camps for hunting dogs in Fuerteventura will open on June 4.

The Cabildo of Fuerteventura opens the training camps for hunting dogs from next Saturday, June 4. You can practice the training of animals on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays in the Barranco de la Herradura (Puerto del Rosario), Barranco de Río Cabras (Puerto del Rosario), Punta Goma (Antigua), Barranco de los Burros (Pájara), Coto de los Vecinos (La Oliva), Tequital (Tuineje). In addition, from the Hunting Service it is communicated that the specific fields for sample dogs will also be opened, such as the Coto de los Camachos (La Oliva) and Malpaís Grande (Tuineje).

 

The training period covers from this Saturday, June 4 until the Thursday before the first working day of hunting for the island of Fuerteventura as established by the Order of Closure 2.022 after its publication in the Official Gazette of the Canary Islands.

The president of the Cabildo of Fuerteventura, Sergio Lloret López, has pointed out that "from the Island Corporation we also support the hunting sector, not only for the hunting season but also to encourage the training of dogs, which is fudamental for the development of this activity"

In this way, the Minister of Sports and Hunting, Claudio Gutiérrez, has held a working meeting with the hunting societies to organize and prepare this year's season, coordinating the actions to be carried out, with the intention that hunters are always an active part of the management of the season, seeing and approving the calendars, as well as the opening of these training fields.

Gutiérrez added that "for this ministry it is important that from the opening of the training fields to the organization of the season we always have the collaboration of the hunting societies, in this way all the agents involved work together to achieve the development of this activity in the best possible conditions", Gutierrez says.

The use of training camps is regulated by rules that must be strictly respected. At no time may any wild species be hunted. The training must be carried out respecting the limits of the fields intended for training and always making use within the corresponding signage.
Likewise, hunters must not carry more dogs than those recognized by users and must have the corresponding documentation and identification by microchip for each of their dogs, presenting it whenever requested to the Environmental Agents, and / or SEPRONA.
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Question from a noob to FTV. What do they hunt???
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The Podenco dogs hunt rabbits - the hunting season is a very short period in summer/autumn and restricted to Sundays only.
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Radio Sintonia:

Fuerteventura publishes its hunting season by species and modality

The Ministry of Sports and Hunting, directed by Claudio Gutiérrez, publishes the hunting season for the island of Fuerteventura, depending on the species the dates vary according to a Calendar that begins this Sunday, July 3 and that is extended as detailed below. The species authorized for this season are the Moorish partridge, the rabbit, the wild pigeon, the Moorish squirrel and the feral animals.

 
The periods and working days by species and modality are as follows:
– Hunting without death, with 2 sample dogs, on Thursdays and Sundays from July 3 to August 7, and Sundays from August 14 to September 11, also includes Saturday, August 13.
– The rabbit, the Moorish squirrel and feral animals, with a haired dog, on Sundays from August 14 to 28.
– The rabbit, the Moorish squirrel and feral animals, with hair dog and ferret, on Sundays from September 4 to October 9.
– The Moorish partridge, the wild pigeon, the Moorish squirrel and the feral animals with sample dog and shotgun or bow, on Sundays, from September 18 to October 9.
The Minister of Sports and Hunting, Claudio Gutiérrez, points out "that a Calendar of the season has been prepared as conservative and restrictive as possible, always agreed with the different hunting associations, due to the situation in which the Majorero field is at the moment. From this ministry, in all matters related to hunting, we always have the opinion of the societies so that the activity is developed in a controlled way by everyone who wants to participate".

Tamara: on a different translation site a 'sample' dog is a Pointer. And I'm guessing the 'haired' dog is a Podenco  Big Grin

New word for me this week - hurón - ferret. I was offered a couple of baby ones this week!
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Radio Sintonia:

Summoned the tests to obtain for the first time the hunting license.

The Cabildo of Fuerteventura, through the Ministry of Sports and Hunting, has opened the call for aptitude tests to obtain a hunting license for the first time. Persons over fourteen years of age who do not have accredited the aptitude and knowledge necessary to obtain, for the first time, the mandatory hunting license can participate. To do this, they have to follow the following process:

 

1.- Presentation of Instances: Those who wish to take part in the aptitude tests must submit the application, which will conform to the official model that will be provided free of charge by the General Registry of the Cabildo or through the electronic administration.

The presentation of the application must be made in the General Registry of the Cabildo, in the offices of attention to the citizen (previous appointment) or through the electronic administration.

2.- Documentation to be attached with the Instance: The instances requesting to take part in the aptitude tests, must be accompanied by a photocopy of the National Identity Document or Passport.

The Minister of Sports, Claudio Gutiérrez, encourages "all those who have an interest in hunting, to perform this test, and to overcome it they have the support of the 'Hunter's Manual'. This ministry annually convenes this test in order that anyone who wishes to practice hunting on the island of Fuerteventura, has its corresponding license and knows the regulation of the activity ".
The aptitude tests will be held on Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at 6:00 p.m., in the Assembly Hall of the Insular Youth Center, C / Doctor Fleming nº 1. And admitted applicants must attend the tests provided with the National Identity Document or Passport and pen. The 'Manual del Cazador' develops the agenda, contains an extensive questionnaire with their respective solutions, you can access this Manual through the website that the Government of the Canary Islands has on the Internet.
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Radio Sintonia:

Fuerteventura will have two new training camps for hunting dogs.

The Cabildo de Fuerteventura, through the Ministry of Sports and Hunting, will open, next Saturday, June 10, two of the seven island training camps for hunting dogs, with the aim of enabling adequate spaces for the training of dogs for this year's hunting season.







The facilities are located in El Coto de los Vecinos, in Lajares, in the municipality of La Oliva, and a part of Malpaís Grande, in Tequital, in Tuineje.

The days designated for the training of the dogs will be Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, from the opening day until the Thursday before the first working day of hunting for the Island, as established by the Order of Prohibition 2023, published in the Official Gazette of the Canary Islands.

Other training camps
Subsequently, the rest of the island's fields will be opened, located in the Barranco de la Herradura and Barranco de Río Cabras, in Puerto del Rosario; in Punta Goma, in Antigua; in the Barranco de los Burros, in Pájara, and in the Coto de los Camachos, in La Oliva.

The Minister of Sports and Hunting, Juan Nicolás Cabrera, has emphasized that the island Corporation also supports the hunting sector, "not only during the season, but also previously, to encourage the training of dogs, which is essential for the development of this activity. "

In this sense, the counselor urges all hunters to use these training camps responsibly, ensuring compliance with the rules established to preserve the welfare of animals and the protection of the natural environment.

Facility standards
The Cabildo warns that the use of training camps is subject to rules that must be strictly respected. At no time, the hunting of any wild species will be allowed and, in addition, the training must be carried out within the limits of the fields designated for training and always respecting the corresponding signage.

Likewise, hunters are informed that they should not carry more dogs than those recognized by users and must have the corresponding documentation and identification by microchip for each of their dogs, which must be presented whenever requested by the agents of Environment and / or SEPRONA.

The Cabildo also seeks that hunters become aware of the care and respect for hunting dogs, so that there are no abandonments at the end of the hunting season.

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I'm probably being thick here but if there is a rule that says "At no time, the hunting of any wild species will be allowed' -what are they going to be hunting?

Also, where or what is El Coto de los Vecinos in Lajares? I'm not familiar with that name...
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(06-06-2023, 09:05 AM)Bill Wrote: I'm probably being thick here but if there is a rule that says "At no time, the hunting of any wild species will be allowed' -what are they going to be hunting?

Also, where or what is El Coto de los Vecinos in Lajares? I'm not familiar with that name...

I think in the article they referred to the hunting within the training camps. I bet though that all those rambos don't stick to rabbits and squirrels only...
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I suspect you are right :-(
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Feral cats should definitely be on the menu.
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