The Latest on Angola’s Giant Sable

Since 2003, Pedro vaz Pinto has worked to conserve the giant or royal sable (Hippotragus niger variani, better known in Angola as Palanca Negra). This is his latest report from the Cangandala and Luando reserves, where, thanks to his relentless efforts, this enigmatic antelope still thrives.READ MORE

Book Review: Through My Eyes: Journey of a Wildlife Veterinarian

CF’s Co-Editor reviews Dr. Michael D. Kock’s book Through My Eyes: Journey of a Wildlife Veterinarian. This eye-filling, readable chronicle of a life well spent seems to confirm what so many Nova, Nature and NatGeo TV shows hint at: That a career in wildlife conservation might just be as rewarding and even romantic as it appears.READ MORE