We are committed to paying particular attention to everything that concerns the protected species present in our borders and in particular the Iberian lynx. When there is evidence of the presence of this species within our boundaries, this special attention will result in an increased effort to monitor predator control measures and also, during the hunting season, we will warn hunters of their presence to avoid possible accidents.
We are committed to keeping the field always in a good state of cleanliness, to collect the pods and the caps of the cartridges, as well as any other residue or waste produced by the hunters.
We are committed to maintaining active custody throughout the year.
We show our willingness to collaborate with public authorities in the approval of new predator control systems, and to respond to any other request for collaboration that the administration may need at any time.
We are committed to working with the administration to stamp out releases that are not genetically pure red partridges.
We are committed to carrying out agricultural work compatible with the proper development of the population of rabbits and partridges in an attempt to increase their populations.
We are committed to providing truthful and accurate statistics on the specimens and species that could be caught in the catch elements authorized for predator control.
We are committed to report, to the best of our knowledge, the use of poisons by any member of the hunting community.
We are committed to training the keepers of our reserves in terms of methods and control systems for providers, and to sensitize them to all kinds of environmental issues related to hunting management.
We are committed to periodically analyze the state of health of stored partridges. In this sense, we are also committed to informing the public authorities of any anomaly detected and deemed unusual.
We are committed to working with the administration to increase and improve wild red partridge populations. For this, we propose to collaborate in forums and conferences where we are mobilized.
We make available to the administration the lands of our properties and of our reserves so that they can carry out studies and research related to commercial hunting.
We are committed to minimizing and optimizing the consumption of resources in daily activities: electricity, water and paper.
We are committed to taking into account the environmental conditions and recyclability of the fabrics or materials used.
We are committed to adopting all necessary measures to prevent forest fires.
We promise to hire a minimum of 20 people for each hunting day.
We are committed to promoting the adoption of a code of good conduct among our associates. Failure to comply with this code may be a reason for warning or expulsion from the association, depending on its seriousness.
With the aim of valuing and promoting the sector in Spain, we are committed to act decisively and to solve any problem of deception or fraud that any member of the association may have committed with a national or foreign client.
We are committed to representing and promoting the image of Spain to all our foreign clients.