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Hunting, Natural history

Is lion hunting sustainable?

Lion hunting sustainability in Africa has been extensively investigated by pragmatic experts desperate to conserve our remaining wild lions

Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 17 September 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 17 September 2021

Hunting, News

70 – leopard trophy hunting quota in Botswana for 2022

Leopard trophy hunting – the Botswana government has allocated a quota of 70 leopards for 2022. Is this sustainable and how do we know?

Destinations, Natural history, Travel & Lifestyle

Northern Madagascar – biodiversity hotspot

Northern Madagascar – biodiversity, lush rainforests, mangroves, azure lagoons, palm-fringed beaches, lemurs and ferocious fossa

Natural history

Hyena cubs infected by parasite ‘self-sacrifice’ by approaching lions

Funky fact: Hyena cubs ‘self-sacrifice’ by recklessly approaching lions if infected by a microscopic parasite. New research

Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 10 September 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 10 September 2021

Opinion Editorial

Hunting and photo tourism – where to from here?

Which of hunting and photo tourism is better for conservation, or are they both failing to deliver? Michael Schwartz asks and answers

News

Proposed wind farm in Addo buffer zone

A proposed wind farm within the acclaimed Addo Elephant National Park buffer zone has created an uproar from tourism stakeholders.

teamAG - comment
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 03 September 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 03 September 2021

Travel & Lifestyle

Does tourism benefit local people? A Namibian case study

Does tourism always benefit local people? A new study of an established project linking Windhoek to the Zambezi region in Namibia suggests not

Travel & Lifestyle

Murchison Falls National Park

Uganda’s Murchison Falls NP: home to a smorgasbord of wildlife and diversity set against the backdrop of the spectacular Nile River

Natural history

Chimps kill baby gorillas – observed for the first time

Chimps kill gorilla babies in two separate incidents in Loango National Park, Gabon – the first time the behaviour has ever been observed