Working for a Future Rich in Healthy Wildlife Populations
The Institute for Wildlife Studies is a not-for-profit organization that has assisted the National Park Service in removing feral hogs from Pinnacles National Monument. Since 2004, staff with both organizations have gained extensive experience with non-lead ammo during the culling of more than 300 hogs. Based on these real world evaluations of non-lead ammo, we have found it to be extremely accurate and lethal.
Ben Smith - a lifelong outdoors enthusiast from Davis, CA who enjoys hunting for pigs, deer, and ducks. He studied at Humboldt State University and is now the Non-Lead Outreach Coordinator for the Institute for Wildlife Studies.
Russell Kuhlman - an avid outdoorsman who has hunted multiple species of game in multiple states across the country. Currently works for the Institute for Wildlife Studies as the Non-lead Outreach Coordinator in Southern California.
Jim Petterson - lifelong hunter from Idaho, also a wildlife biologist who formerly worked with the National Park Service.
Leland Brown - avid hunter and lifelong outdoorsman from New Hampshire, currently working as a wildlife biology consultant. Formerly worked for the Institute for Wildlife Studies doing wild pig control and hunter education & outreach.