A new format
Starting Wednesday 20 September at 21.00pm TV hunting, the channel visible on Sky on channel 235, streaming on the Cacciaepesca.tv app, on digital terrestrial channel 888 and on Amazon Prime Video presents The Future of Hunting. The new, unpublished programme, created in collaboration with Federcaccia, consists of three episodes featuring young hunters and huntresses. In each episode the viewer will be able to follow an exciting hunting action and then learn about the work and services offered to hunters in the Federcaccia sections and the initiatives in the area. For example, we will follow a roe deer selection hunt and the issues related to hunter insurance, wild boar control trips, anticipated by a useful summary of the bureaucratic and administrative aspect of this activity, or even an experience of controlling opportunists with an interesting insight into the fundamental role played by hunters alongside farmers.
The objective of the program
A journey that will lead the viewer to discover the Federcaccia world and at the same time the various continually evolving aspects that link hunting and society. Caccia TV and Federcaccia have designed and produced this format with the aim of showing some forms of hunting that are still relatively "new" and informing hunters on the support role played by the Federation both for those who are already hunters and want to get closer to wild animals and types of hunting different from those perhaps practiced up to now, both for those who intend to begin to exercise their passion for nature and life in the open air by becoming a full-fledged hunter.
“The future of hunting is in the hands of young people. Between traditions and changes they constitute the most important bridge to look to the future and it is they that we were thinking of when we chose the title of the series. Among the tasks of a hunting association - declares the national President of Federcaccia Massimo Buconi - there is also that of disseminating information both within the ranks of existing hunters and among those who perhaps feel attracted by this great passion, but have not yet taken the decisive step. Illustrating some forms of hunting which combine not only all the typical aspects of being a hunter but also an important and increasingly recognized management role, we are convinced that in addition to fulfilling this task it is a good message to convey to the general public. To this end we must reveal the commitment of hunters to the correct and sustainable management of our passion." The appointment with The future of hunting is every Wednesday at 21.00 pm on Caccia TV starting from Wednesday 20 September (source: FIDC).