BHA Podcast & Blast, Ep. 62: Chris Parish and Leland Brown of the North American Non-Lead Partnership

Hal sits down in Montana with Chris Parish and Leland Brown to talk copper bullets, lead fragments, falconry, raptors, condors, Mexico and California, a love of good guns, wild animals and wild meat – all following a long day of rifle shooting with everybody from the Hellgate Hunters and Anglers (a Missoula-based rod and gun club) to former U.S. Army snipers. Chris, director of the global conservation with the Peregrine Fund, is an original Okie from Bakersfield, California, and an ornithologist who has travelled the world studying raptors. Leland, a biologist with the Oregon Zoo, is a rifleman’s rifleman – a hunting and shooting biologist who has specialized in eradicating invasive species for more than a decade. Chris and Leland are co-founders of the North American Non-Lead Partnership, which educates hunters about the effects of the lead we shoot – on ourselves, on our environment and on the wildlife we love.

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