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New Additions To The Conservation Frontlines Library (April)

Author

Year

Title

Library Category

Blackie I R & Sowa J 2019 Dynamics of Social Ecology of Elephant Conservation in Botswana and Implications on Environmental Development Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Boynton Graham

2019

Heads together (Report on the Conservation Lab 2018) Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Boynton Graham (Conde Nast)

2019

Is this the End of the Wild Rhino? Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Brown Chris (Africa Geographic Blog)

2019

Ecologist responds to Guardian newspaper article against trophy hunting Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Donald Matthys (Namibia Economist )

2019

Hunting preserves habitat, without it, we won’t have any wildlife left’ – Interview of the Namibia Economist with Danene van der Westhuyzen, President of the Namibia Professional Hunters’ Association Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Flyn Cal (The Guardian)

2018

‘People think the deer are lovely. Then they learn more about it’: the deer cull dilemma Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Graham Brian, Kent Bryan & Nel Grant (Africa Geographic Blog)

2019

Selinda Reserve in Botswana was not hunted out, say former owners in reply to Dereck Joubert Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Groenewald Yolandi (M&G South Africa)

2019

On the horns of a dilemma Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
KAZA TFCA Transfrontier Conservation Area

2019

Joint Communiqué KAZA TFCA Ministers Meeting April 2019 Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
KAZA TFCA Transfrontier Conservation Area

2019

KAZA/TFCA Position on Elephant Population Management and Status in the Republic of Botswana Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Laurance Bill & van Oosterzee Penny (The Conversation)

2019

From Australia to Africa, fences are stopping Earth’s great animal migrations Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Ledger Emma (The Independent)

2019

Urgent investment needed to preserve one of Africa’s largest protected areas Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Manfredo M, Sullivan L, Carlos D, Dietsch A W, Teel A M, Bright T L & Bruskotter J

2018

America’s Wildlife Values: The Social Context of Wildlife Management in the U.S. Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Marti G Andrea (NZZ)

2019

Ein Amerikaner zahlt 110 000 Dollar für den Abschuss einer Ziege einer bedrohten Art – und trägt damit zu deren Schutz bei Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
McCarney Paul 2018 Anthropomorphism: What Is It And Can It Benefit Conservation? Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
McCarney Paul 2019 Are there species we shouldn’t hunt? Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Oberem Peter 2019 Legalising rhino horn trade the obvious answer to SA’s poaching problems Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Ogutu Joseph 2019 Wildlife migrations are collapsing in East Africa Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Wait Paul (Delta

Waterfowl)

2018 Looming Crisis: Falling waterfowl hunter numbers threaten the future of hunting and conservation Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Potgieter Gail (Africa Geographic Blog) 2019 Botswana has found her voice about elephants – but will we listen? Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Rihoy Liz & Lindeque Malan (The Daily Maverick) 2019 Competing conservation ideologies: Troubled times for reporting on Namibian wildlife Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Smith P A 2019 Proposal would prohibit shooting bucks in Buffalo County, one of America’s top deer-hunting destinations Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Vegter Ivo 2018 WWF aims to deceive with latest report Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Wilkinson Todd 2019 Can Greater Yellowstone’s Wildlife Survive Industrial Strength Recreation? Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Wilkinson Todd 2019 The Perils Of Going Along To Get Along Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Willcox Louisa (Counterpunch) 2019 Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic and the Need for a New Approach to Managing Wildlife Hunting in the 21st Century; Hunting Ethics and Fair Chase; Hunting in Society
Biggs Duan, Ban Natalie C, Castilla Juan Carlos et al. 2019 Insights on fostering the emergence of robust conservation actions from Zimbabwe’s CAMPFIRE program Rural Communities, the Hereditary Custodians of Land and Wildlife
Boynton Graham 2012 Safari: Are too many tourists killing Africa’s wildlife? Rural Communities, the Hereditary Custodians of Land and Wildlife
Boynton Graham (The Times UK) 2019 Botswana is right to end its ban on elephant hunting Rural Communities, the Hereditary Custodians of Land and Wildlife

 

Abstracts Of Recently Published Papers On Hunting

In this section we will inform you periodically on interesting peer reviewed scientific papers on hunting and conservation. Usually we give you the title of the paper, the authors and an abstract, as well as a direct link to the paper and/or publisher.

Please note that the opinion expressed and the conclusions drawn in these papers do not necessarily represent the views of the publisher and editors of Conservation Frontlines.READ MORE

Book Review by Rosie Cooney: Poached – Inside the Dark World of Wildlife Trafficking

Poached: Inside the Dark World of Wildlife Trafficking by Rachel Love Nuwer. De Capo Press. 2018. 384 pp. ISBN-13: 9780306825507. Price: $28 / $36.50

A nuanced treatise on illegal wildlife trade misses some opportunities to advance the conversation.

In a Hanoi restaurant, a cobra lashes its body in a desperate attempt at escape while a waiter expertly slits its belly and extracts its beating heart, sending a stream of blood into a waiting vessel to the delight of the onlooking French diners. This scene hints at one of the factors that drive the illicit trade in wild species. But why is it conducted with such apparent impunity? And why have attempts to address it been so ineffective?READ MORE

Book Review by Conservation Frontlines Newsroom : “CITES, Animal Rights, Sustainable Use and Conservation in Africa”

CITES, Animal Rights, Sustainable Use and Conservation in Africa – A Collection of Papers. Authors: Rowan Martin and Marshall Murphree. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN-13: 978-613-9-57892-4. 100 Pages. € 32,90

Wildlife conservation in Africa is a global priority. Illegal killing of wildlife and trafficking has centre-stage status. However, the global community’s approach is not effective – wildlife trade bans may be the cause of species declines. READ MORE

Abstracts Of Recently Published Papers On Hunting

In this section we will inform you periodically on interesting peer reviewed scientific papers on hunting and conservation. Usually we give you the title of the paper, the authors and an abstract, as well as a direct link to the paper and/or publisher.

Please note that the opinion expressed and the conclusions drawn in these papers do not necessarily represent the views of the publisher and editors of Conservation Frontlines.READ MORE