Quarterly E-Magazine: January 2020-VoI. II, No.1

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Conservation & Wildlife Management

Trophy Hunting: A plea to appreciate that not all is black & white
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Trophy Hunting: A plea to appreciate that not all is black & white
This article, by a non-hunting research scientist who works in Tanzania, adds a voice of reason to the overheating debate ...
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Drought in Damaraland threatens desert-adapted lions but also brings opportunities
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Drought in Damaraland threatens desert-adapted lions but also brings opportunities
In Damaraland, in Namibia, where drought and rising temperatures threaten people and domestic animals, lions are thriving. ...
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Cartoon from Peter Flack’s blog (reproduced with permission)
South Africa regulates the ‘improvement of wild animals’—seriously?
A critical view of the inclusion of iconic wildlife species into South Africa’s Animal Improvement Act. With this action, SA’s ...
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Op-Eds

The Value of Hunting Stories for Conservation
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The Value of Hunting Stories for Conservation
Our desire to tell hunting stories is an instinct that sits deeply in us. Through stories we convey values, teach ...
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The Business of Conservation
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The Business of Conservation
On 25 November 2014, Paul Tudor Jones II delivered the second Andrew Carnegie Lecture at the University of Glasgow. Here ...
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Conservationists Should Support Trophy Hunting
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Conservationists Should Support Trophy Hunting
Why I joined 132 other researchers and conservationists in signing the open letter Trophy hunting bans imperil biodiversity,” published in ...
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Fair Chase

What is ‘Ethical Fair-Chase Hunting’? For starters, it’s a worthy dinner-table topic
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What is ‘Ethical Fair-Chase Hunting’? For starters, it’s a worthy dinner-table topic
What constitutes the sportsmanlike pursuit of game? Is fair chase still fair? How do we explain hunting ethics, and ourselves, ...
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In Southeast Alaska, a hunter searches for kinship with the wild
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In Southeast Alaska, a hunter searches for kinship with the wild
The intent to take life is to discover an element most modern humans are shielded from—our untamed selves. A mountain ...
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Challenging Mainstream Stereotypes of Hunting - The ‘Left Coast’ of the United States has many stereotypes, but we can set the hunting one straight.
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Challenging Mainstream Stereotypes of Hunting – The ‘Left Coast’ of the United States has many stereotypes, but we can set the hunting one straight.
Misconceptions about hunting – both deserved and undeserved – lead to misunderstandings and stereotypes. Jennifer Wapenski explores a different perspective ...
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Wild Foods

Artisanal Forest Cuisine in Nuremberg – Restaurant Waidwerk
Artisanal Forest Cuisine in Nuremberg – Restaurant Waidwerk
If your travels take you to the historic town of Nuremberg in southern Germany, the Restaurant Waidwerk is a good ...
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Seasonal Wild Harvest - Stewed Venison Ossobuco with Tomatoes & Frascatelli
Seasonal Wild Harvest – Stewed Venison Ossobuco with Tomatoes & Frascatelli
Rachel Owen and Wade Truong from Elevated Wild hunt, fish and forage in Virginia during the ebb and flow of ...
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Hunters And Their Wild Harvest
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Hunters And Their Wild Harvest
For most of human history, and before large-scale farming, wild game made up a large portion of mankind’s diet. Until ...
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