April 2023 Issue 1 – CHASA Newsletter 

Dear Hunter and Conservationist
The Conservation and Hunting Alliance of South Australia (CHASA) is an Alliance of 13 different South Australian hunting and hunter lead conservation organisations.
We are currently working very hard to represent Hunters at the political and government levels. 
We would like to keep you informed of all the varied activities the organisation is undertaking on your behalf. Organising and writing submissions to contribute to “The Native Bird Hunting Review” being the most recent body of work keeping everyone busy.
You have previously provided your contact details to CHASA, this could have been when submitting a duck or quail survey or participating in the WIT training, at the time you would have indicated that you were interested in receiving information from CHASA.
I am writing to you today to confirm that you are still willing for CHASA to use your contact details to send you information relating to your hunting and conservation interests.
Please note that your contact details will not be shared with any other person or organisation, your privacy is very important to CHASA.
If you wish to opt out of being included in the CHASA distribution list, there will be an option to unsubscribe provided at the bottom of any CHASA communication sent to you.
Vicki Fabris
Conservation and Hunting Alliance of SA 

Are you a hunter is SA, now is the time to stand up for your right to harvest wild game. 

See the information below for tips on how you can have your say in the Native Bird Hunting Review. Don’t rely on others to speak for you send your submission in now!



Native Bird Hunting Review

Terms Of Reference 

The Legislative Council has established a Select Committee to inquire into and report on the Hunting of Native Birds in South Australia. I have attached the Terms of Reference for your information.

As a stakeholder identified by the Committee, I write to invite you to provide a written submission and/or register an expression of interest in presenting oral evidence to the Committee.

Written submissions and expressions of interest should be addressed to me, as the Secretary of the Committee, at Parliament House, Adelaide SA 5000, or by email at scnativebirds@parliament.sa.gov.au. The closing date for submissions is Friday, 19 May 2023.

If you have any queries in relation to this matter please do not hesitate to contact me on 08 8237 9498.

Yours sincerely
Leslie Guy
Secretary to the Committee

Ms Leslie Guy
Clerk Assistant
P: (08) 8237 9498


Native Bird Hunting Review Submission Guide

Matt Godson, SSAA National, wildlife@ssaa.org.au,
has kindly provided an easy-to-follow guide to assist individuals prepare a submission for the review.
Click on the link below to view this comprehensive guide.

Guide to preparing a Native Bird Hunting Review submission.


Check out the videos we have been producing and make sure you subscribe.

The latest video has dropped, thanks to Tom for sharing his delicious recipe.

13th CHASA Wine and Wild Food Dinner.

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