Tracking buffalo in the dense West African bush isn’t easy. Thomas Nissen endures one hunt that lasts more than five hours. The print of a lion foot in the red sand of the track is not particularly clear. As we…
Hunting historian Martin Tulp covers the past hunting adventures of the French big game hunters in Africa
The benefits of hunting for conservation have met with acceptance from Prince William, according to the president of Botswana.
David Barrington Barnes recounts the life and antics of James Howard “Elephant Bill” Williams, a hunter and conservationist who worked with wildlife during times of war and peace
Recounting his first close encounter with elephants, Byron Pace contemplates the challenges facing their very survival, and why hunting them offers hope for the species’ future