What is the term for the practice that decreases the effect of human population on land through increased awareness, understanding and respect for the natural environment and local culture?
Conservation.Environmental impact study.Preservation.Minimum impact land use.
What skills is a hunting guide using when making eye contact, smiling or using hand gestures?
What document outlines the expectations of the outfitter and what the guide can expect while he is working for the outfitter?
Provincial/territorial regulations.Outfitter operating licence.Terms of employment.Performance evaluation.
What methods can a hunting guide use to reduce stress on a hunting trip?
Be organized and work together as a team.Provide feedback to clients about marksmanship.Speak positively about outfitter and hunting industry.Be knowledgeable about the history and resources of an area.
What procedure includes looking past the target to ensure that it is safe to shoot?
Firearm safety.Outdoor leadership.Wildlife identification.Camp safety.
How should a hunting guide respond when clients ask if they should give a gratuity?
Decline gratuity because it is not permitted by law.Advise client to talk to outfitter about amount of gratuity.Provide examples of gratuities from prior trips.State that gratuities are optional and it is up to the clients.
What guidelines are put into practice when hunting guides leave their campsite cleaner than it was found and carry out everything that was carried in?
Minimum impact land use.Resource preservation.Ecological sensitivity.Environmental disposal.
What precaution can be taken to reduce potential fires or explosions caused by static electricity when working with fuel?
Filtering fuel before use.Using a metal instead of plastic funnel.Storing fuel containers at an angle.Wearing rubber boots when refuelling.
What is the reason for checking that saddle cinches are clean and tight throughout the day?
To balance the load.To watch for muscle knots.To maintain equestrian tackle.To prevent soreness.
What is the best method to signal for help after the search aircraft have been spotted during daylight?
Send off flares.Place light inside tent shelter.Place dark objects on a light background.Turn on flashlights or strobe lights.
How can guides assist clients when they arrive in camp and make them feel welcome?
Assist them with sighting rifles and bows.Introduce clients to key personnel.Assess client’s hunting skill levels.Provide instruction on legislative requirements.
Why should a hunting guide spend time before the trip assisting clients with sighting of firearms or bows?
To assess clients level of knowledge and experience.To ensure that clients feel welcome at the camp.To provide critical judgement of clients abilities.To decide which type of game will be hunted during trip.
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