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The Future of African Wildlife Hangs in the Balance

The American and African hunting communities await decisions being made in Geneva.

Hunter-Conservationists Transplant 24 Lions to Mozambique

The move from South Africa to Mozambique recovers a healthy lion population and adds 2.5...

Trouble in Tanzania

The future health of the Selous Ecosystem is in question as ESA policies force hunting...

Duped in Debate: How I Let Hunters Down

Though the outcome of the author’s recent TV “debate” was predetermined in the Humane Society’s...

Photo Tourism Alone Cannot Save Africa’s Wildlife

Here’s why hunting remains the backbone of the continent’s wildlife conservation efforts.

USFWS Allows Lion Trophy Imports from Zimbabwe and Zambia

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says hunting is beneficial to the species’ survival.

Lying about Lions—Fake News Exposed As Hunters Fight Fiction with Facts

Primed to pounce and persecute, the anti-hunting extremist mob will always find another mark—unless we...

The Dirty Dozen Threats to Hunting: 21st Century Implications for Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation

The latest report from Responsive Management on the 12 leading threats to hunting in the...

USFWS Bans Captive-Bred Lion Trophy Imports from South Africa

The USFWS announced the end of all trophy imports of captive-bred lions from South Africa,...

Scientists Finally Admit Cecil Wasn't Lured from Park

More than a year since the lion was hunted, scientists finally disclose that it was...

Leveraging Lies: How the Antis Spun Cecil

A year after news broke about an African lion named Cecil, anti-hunters continue to use...

Trophy Hunting Is Good for Conservation, Says IUCN Report

The April 2016 report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature is a must...

SCI to Address Recent Listing of African Lion Under Endangered Species Act

With the recent listing of the African lion on the Endangered Species Act, the U.S....

Attention American Hunters: U.S. Government Restrictions on Africa Trophy Importation Begin on Jan. 22

New U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service rules affect all African lion hunts—and your ability...