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Poachers Assassinate Rhino Poaching Investigator in South Africa

Terrorists killed Lt. Col. Brewer to end his exposure of poaching syndicates and corruption.

South African Nations Threaten to Leave Global Conservation Treaty

Its preservationist attitude may tear the landmark conservation agreement apart.

The Future of African Wildlife Hangs in the Balance

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

CBS News Tells the True Story of Trophy Hunting

A CBS documentary touts the benefits of hunters’ role in Zimbabwe.

Botswana Lifts Hunting Ban

Elephants’ economic value to rural populations is now recognized in the African nation.

Elephant Stomps Out Poacher but Can’t Kill Illegal Trade

NRAHLF.org is leading the fight against the escalating global poaching crisis.

Preservation Is Not Conservation

Contrary to popular belief, conservation and preservation are not interchangeable terms.

Tanzania Avoids the Pyre, Saves Ivory for Science

Studying illegally-seized ivory rather than destroying it can contribute to the development of Africa’s future...

PHASA Supports International Trade in Rhino Horn

PHASA states in a recent press release that it’s time to reconsider legalizing the international...

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...

Iconic Giant Tusker Poached in Kenya

Poachers caught after killing noted elephant with a poison arrow in an attempt to steal...

Poachers Kill Rhino in Paris Zoo

The crime marks Europe’s first-ever poaching incident in a zoo.

South Africa to Continue Rhino-Horn Trade Ban Despite Increase in Poaching

While the government of South Africa says its ban on rhino-horn trade will stop poaching...

South Africa Court Upholds Decision to Legalize Domestic Sales of Rhinoceros Horn in Effort to Curb Poaching

As rhinos continue to be slaughtered for their horns, can the recent controversial decision to...