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.
Russell Kuhlman - a lifelong outdoorsman who has hunted multiple species of game in multiple states across the country. Currently, he works for the Institute for Wildlife Studies as the Non-lead Outreach Coordinator in California.
Jim Petterson - lifelong hunter from Idaho, also a wildlife biologist who formerly worked with the National Park Service.
Leland Brown - an avid hunter and outdoorsman from the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Leland has worked as a biologist on a variety of invasive species control programs. He has hunted in California for black-tail deer and feral pigs, in Hawai’i for feral pigs (both rifle, pistol and dog & knife), goats, cows and mouflon sheep, and Oregon for black-tail deer. Currently, he works with hunters in the Pacific Northwest to reduce the unintended impacts of lead ammunition on wildlife. If you are in the PNW and looking for more information email: Leland.firstname.lastname@example.org