WHS inscribed on natural criteria where local inhabitants are allowed to hunt and kill significant protected species as part of their "way of life"
The connection belongs to Human Activity connections.
- Banc d'Arguin: fishing techniques involving collaboration with wild dolphines practiced by the Amrig
- Dja Faunal Reserve: "A population of pygmies live within the reserve in small sporadic encampments, and are free to hunt within the reserve using traditional methods." (AB)
- Ilulissat Icefjord: Narwal, Musk Ox, Seals, birds etc. (No motorised support allowed)
- Lena Pillars: Sable hunting "Members of ancestral farms annually bag 600-800 sable skins". (nom file) Link
- Ngorongoro: Ritual lion hunting (Ala-mayo) was banned in the 1970s but Masai are allowed to kill lions in retaliation against wildlife attacks Link
- Olympic National Park: Whaling Link
- Shirakami-Sanchi: Bear Hunting by "Matagi" Link
Do you know of another WHS we could connect to Traditional Hunting?
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