Project Jaguar — Paraguay

04/10/2019

Wildlife biologist Rocky McBride explains “Project Jaguar,” an effort to study jaguars in Paraguay, to the International Wildlife Conservation Council Sept. 2018. He discusses how to identify "problem" jaguars and relocate them instead of having ranchers kill them, and how to put value on problem jaguars.

 

Trophy Hunting Is The Solution To Conserving Africa’s Wildlife

03/08/2019

Public discussion of how trophy hunting fits into the wildlife situation in Africa has been triggered again with an editorial in Africa Geographic entitled: “Trophy hunting in Africa is in decline, and no longer pays its way.”

Such a suggestion is misleading at best. It does, however, demonstrate the need for a more complete understanding of the entire picture so that precious wildlife resources can be sustained in wild places now and into the future.

Trophy Hunting Is The Solution To Conserving Africa’s Wildlife

03/08/2019

Public discussion of how trophy hunting fits into the wildlife situation in Africa has been triggered again with an editorial in Africa Geographic entitled: “Trophy hunting in Africa is in decline, and no longer pays its way.”

Such a suggestion is misleading at best. It does, however, demonstrate the need for a more complete understanding of the entire picture so that precious wildlife resources can be sustained in wild places now and into the future.

International Collaboration And Exchange Through Hunting With The Royal Swedish Chapter

03/05/2019
Royal Swedish Chapter
Driven hunt at Forsnas, Sweden, with the Royal Swedish Chapter and invited guests.

In mid-December, the Regional Representative for North and Northwestern Europe (Area 41) and founder of the Royal Swedish Chapter of SCI, Mr. Anders N. Engstrom, together with Mr. Erik A.O.

Safari Club Interview with Black Mambas Anti-Poaching Unit Founder Craig Spencer

03/01/2019

The founder of South Africa's highly acclaimed Black Mambas Anti-Poaching unit reveals his recipe for success in fighting poaching in South Africa's renowned Kruger National Park. His team of 32 women is winning the war to combat poaching and save rhinos in a game reserve in Northern South Africa. He sat down with SCI's Marc Watts to explain his unit's success in conserving wildlife.