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Hunting, People

Why rural communities choose wildlife hunting over cattle

Rural communities choose wildlife over cattle if they see and enjoy long term benefits from trophy hunting – says Namibian community member

Travel & Lifestyle

Western Namibia – shades of ochre

Western Namibia is a land of heat, sand, sea and remarkable biodiversity surviving against the backdrop of harsh but stunning scenery

Comment - teamAG
Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 13 August 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 13 August 2021

Hunting, News

Trophy hunters kill another breeding Hwange lion – Mopane

Trophy hunters kill another breeding lion (named Mopane) from Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park – in a mirror of the Cecil tragedy

Natural history

Forest elephant – endangered gardeners

Forest elephant numbers are believed to have plummeted 86% in just 31 years yet their role in maintaining forest ecosystems is critical.

Natural history

Marvellous meerkats – mongooses of the desert

Marvellous Meerkats – socially complex and fascinating little mongooses found across the deserts of Southern Africa.

Human-wildlife conflict, Natural history

Namibia’s livestock guarding dogs are saving cheetahs

Guard dogs are saving cheetahs, says new research based on livestock guarding dogs – because livestock losses have reduced by 91%

Opinion Editorial

Comment – teamAG – Friday 06 August 2021

Comment – teamAG – Friday 06 August 2021

Africa Geographic
News, Travel & Lifestyle

WHY the change to a private travel & conservation club

The private travel & conservation club for safaris, discussions & donations that make a real difference – Africa Geographic

CEO note
Opinion Editorial

CEO note: Another giant elephant hunted

CEO note: Another giant elephant hunted

News, Opinion Editorial

Another giant elephant trophy hunted – is this conservation?

Another giant elephant shot in Botswana. What are the consequences for elephants, local communities, and hunting operations?

Natural history

A journey to see Africa’s threatened sea turtles

Five of the world’s seven magnificent sea turtles swim Africa’s oceans and nest on the beaches – all are threatened by human beings