No Wildlife in Africa?
Today in Africa, a growing political crisis and resulting economic crash will lead to the tragic and unnecessary destruction of wildlife in
The High Fence: Benefit or Detriment to Wildlife?
The high fence. To some, it represents an unethical way of hunting. To others, it’s an indispensable wildlife management tool. And in South Africa, with over 9000 private game reserves throughout the country, an understanding of the how and why of the high fence may make your hunting experience more enjoyable. In the United States, and other common law countries, the wildlife was owned by the sovereign, or the government. In the 1970’s, South Africa changed this policy to
The Legacy of Cecil
The recent killing of Cecil the lion created an unusually virulent outrage. As a television producer who has traveled to Africa over forty times to shoot our television series, Safari Hunter’s Journal for Sportsman Channel, I have a unique insight as to how this hunt ultimately went wrong and why so many are so upset about it. First, the facts: A lion was shot and wounded on private property in Zimbabwe. It was lured from the adjacent National Park by bait(s) set out by the