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Conservation Frontlines E-Magazine

2021

January 2021 - Volume III-1
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A New Year, New HorizonsEditorial, Featured, January 2021-Volume 3-1
A New Partnership: CFL and UM – Our team gains some impressive conservation muscleEditorial, January 2021-Volume 3-1
January Update: Amur Tiger Prey Study – A small upload of camera-trap resultsConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2021-Volume 3-1
Appreciating Nuance – The Difference Between Animal Rights And Animal WelfareEditorial, January 2021-Volume 3-1
The Battle inside CITES – Southern African conservationists are at war with animal-rights NGOs.Conservation & Wildlife Management, January 2021-Volume 3-1
Hunting for Myself in the High Montana Sagebrush – A hunter celebrates a new vision of queerness and rural culture.January 2021-Volume 3-1, Sustainable Use
The US Congress Sporting-Conservation Report Card – Bipartisanship thrives in Washington, DC, in support of the North American Model of Wildlife ConservationJanuary 2021-Volume 3-1, Regional News
American Wildlife Conservation Partners’ To-Do List – Every four years, AWCP reminds the new administration of its responsibilities to conservationJanuary 2021-Volume 3-1, Regional News
The Conservation Evidence Project – Conservation is working, but we need you to help fill the surprising gaps in our knowledge base.Conservation & Wildlife Management, January 2021-Volume 3-1
Book Review: Unfair Game: An Exposé of South Africa’s Captive-Bred Lion IndustryBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, January 2021-Volume 3-1
Film Review: ‘Public Trust: The Fight for America’s Public Lands’Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, January 2021-Volume 3-1
One Solution Does Not Fit All Problems – Another wake-up call for African conservationConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2021-Volume 3-1
COVID-19’s Impacts on African Conservation – A perfect storm for wildlife, wildlands and rural communitiesConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2021-Volume 3-1
The Wild Goats and Sheep of the Caucasus – Conservation in these remote mountain biodiversity hotspots remains a challenge.Conservation & Wildlife Management, January 2021-Volume 3-1
Serious Social Media Consequences – One country’s crackdown on anti-hunting Internet abuseJanuary 2021-Volume 3-1, Regional News
A Better Way to Manage Species Names in IUCN – What’s in a name? A great deal, it turns out.Conservation & Wildlife Management, January 2021-Volume 3-1
A Matter of Taste – Wild game meat, the consumption thereof, is important in Germany—and should be worldwide.January 2021-Volume 3-1, Wild Foods
Earth Medicine – A Poem from Indian CountryJanuary 2021-Volume 3-1, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Wildlife and Habitat ConservationBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, January 2021-Volume 3-1
April 2021 - Volume III-2
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It’s About the Future—Yours, Ours & TheirsApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Editorial
Conservation 101: Do you know the difference between conservation and preservation?April 2021 - Volume III-2, Editorial
Hunting, Trophy and Other–A primer for the non-hunter. It may—or may not—be what you think.April 2021 - Volume III-2, Editorial, Sustainable Use
Cooperative Conservation–It’s what defines the hunting narrativeApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Editorial, Sustainable Use
Science + Celebrity for Conservation–A call for partnership based on knowledge, not opposition driven by emotionApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Sustainable Use
The Truth: Conservation’s Biggest Weapon–Misinformation leads to devastating real-world impactsApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Sustainable Use
Hunters and Wildlife Conservation in America–Will wildlife conservation survive the evolution of outdoor recreation?April 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Sustainable Use
The Story Behind Namibia’s Elephant Auction– Facts are important—and Namibian conservation could do with fewer critics and more supportersApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Rural Communities & Livelihoods, Sustainable Use
Botswana’s Varying Elephant Population(s)–The numbers are all over the place—are they being manipulated?April 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
WSF Joins HuntFish30x30April 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Sustainable Use
Hunting + Fishing = Biodiversity–Amplifying the voices and impacts of American sportsmen and women through ‘30 by 30’ policy initiativesApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Regional News, Sustainable Use
A Conservation Paradox–The pros and cons of recreational huntingApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Sustainable Use
The ‘Feathered Lion’–Meet another African apex predator and conservation priority—the ‘crazy cool’ southern ground hornbillApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management
The Disappearing Giraffe–They were right there and then . . . they weren’tApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Sustainable Use
Film Review ‘The Eagle Huntress’April 2021 - Volume III-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
Building Landscapes of Coexistence–Anthropogenic resistance helps determine where wildlife could safely move within a landscapeApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management
Photogrammetry for Wildlife Data Collection–A ‘non-invasive’ method for measuring deer antlersApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management
Book Review: Humans and Hyenas: Monster or MisunderstoodApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
Book Review: Communities, Conservation & LivelihoodsApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
Book Review: From the Veld–Recipes and Reflections from NamibiaApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Wild Foods
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Wildlife and Habitat ConservationApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
Hunting Expressed in Music: And both captured on videoApril 2021 - Volume III-2, Regional News

2020

January 2020 - Volume II-1
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Social Media for (not against) HuntersConservation & Wildlife Management, Editorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
The Value of Hunting Stories for ConservationEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
What is ‘Ethical Fair-Chase Hunting’? For starters, it’s a worthy dinner-table topicEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1, Sustainable Use
Collared Elephant Killed in Botswana’s Controlled Hunting Area NG3Conservation & Wildlife Management, January 2020 - Volume II-1, Regional News
Hunting and Science in Austria—a Symbiotic RelationshipConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2020 - Volume II-1, Regional News
Trophy Hunting: A plea to appreciate that not all is black & whiteEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
The Business of ConservationEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
ProTECT Act Does Not “Protect” Endangered SpeciesEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
How hunting black rhino contributes to conservation in NamibiaConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2020 - Volume II-1, Regional News, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Bozeman, Montana: Report from the 7th World Mountain Ungulate ConferenceConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2020 - Volume II-1, Regional News
Drought in Damaraland threatens desert-adapted lions but also brings opportunitiesConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2020 - Volume II-1, Regional News, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
In Southeast Alaska, a hunter searches for kinship with the wildJanuary 2020 - Volume II-1, Regional News, Sustainable Use
Morality and conservation: It’s a conundrum, isn’t it?Editorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
Trophy Hunting and Conservation ScienceEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
South Africa regulates the ‘improvement of wild animals’—seriously?Conservation & Wildlife Management, Editorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1, Regional News
Changes to the South African Animal Improvement Act—a CommentEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
This Hunting Season, Thank a Private LandownerEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
Dzoti and Namibia’s Wildlife SuccessesEditorial, January 2020 - Volume II-1
Artisanal Forest Cuisine in Nuremberg – Restaurant WaidwerkJanuary 2020 - Volume II-1, Wild Foods
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Hunting & ConservationBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, January 2020 - Volume II-1
April 2020 - Volume II-2
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Keep the Passion!April 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Namibia’s Black Rhino Custodianship ProgramApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Regional News
Modern-Day Grizzly Bear RealityApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Saving the ‘Middle Ground’April 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Meet a Vegetarian HunterApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Hunters are the Original ConservationistsApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Elephants: A Crisis of Too Many, Not Too FewApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
An African Conservation ToolApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Motivation vs. Justification: Hunting from the HeartApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Staying in the Game – Financing the Timbavati Private Nature ReserveApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Regional News
US Senate Passes a Comprehensive Sporting-Conservation PackageApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
Book Review: Rowland Ward’s Record of Big GameApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
Book Review:Humans and Lions – Conflict, Conservation and CoexistenceApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
USFWS Director Aurelia Skipwith Addresses Boone and Crockett ClubApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management
The Sounds of Science and HuntingApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Editorial
The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Resolution on the Sustainable Use of WildlifeApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management
Do you know the Samoan Dodo?April 2020 - Volume II-2, Conservation & Wildlife Management, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
‘A Springbok which is White, People Do Not Kill It’ – Contrasting attitudes of colonizer and colonized towards mammal anomaliesApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Letters to the EditorApril 2020 - Volume II-2
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Hunting & ConservationApril 2020 - Volume II-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
July 2020 - Volume II-3
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Will We Conquer the Virus of Fear and Inertia, One Fine Day?Editorial, Featured, July 2020-Volume 2-3
Select Study: To Conserve Tigers and Prey in the Russian Far EastJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
COVID-19 increases the pressure: Botswana’s Rhino-Poaching CrisisJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
Saving Wildlife—and People—One Snare at a TimeJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
Hunting and Fishing Provide Food Security During COVID-19July 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
The Oldest Story Ever Recorded is a Hunting NarrativeJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
Animals large and small once covered North America’s prairies – and in some places, they could againJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
Traditional Knowledge Complements Modern Wildlife Conservation in the PamirsJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
“They make a desert, and call it peace.” The Legacy of Peter BeardEditorial, July 2020-Volume 2-3
How Many Leopards are in Namibia? Understanding the science, countering the criticsJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
“The Namibian Leopard: National Census & Sustainable Hunting Practices”July 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
An African Conservation Hero: Garth Owen-SmithJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
Farming Wild Animals – Is China the model for South Africa?Editorial, July 2020-Volume 2-3
Hunting for Conservation SolutionsJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
Sending Them Safely Down to be Caught another DayJuly 2020-Volume 2-3, Regional News
Book Review: Saving Species on Private Lands – Unlocking Incentives to Conserve Wildlife and Their HabitatsBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, July 2020-Volume 2-3
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Wildlife and Habitat ConservationBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, July 2020-Volume 2-3
October 2020 - Volume II-4
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The Achilles Heel of Conservation – There is a ceiling in conservation science, particularly in Africa.Editorial, Featured, October 2020-Volume 2-4
Science be Damned?Editorial, October 2020-Volume 2-4
The Great Elephant Balancing ActConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Film Review: ‘The Edge of Existence’Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, October 2020-Volume 2-4
The San of Southern Africa – Among the Bushmen, nature is appreciated, respected, honored and revered.October 2020-Volume 2-4, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Trophy Hunting – A Complex PictureEditorial, October 2020-Volume 2-4
Ban on Hunting Trophies Risks Funding for Healthy African EcosystemsConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4, Sustainable Use
The Great American Outdoors Act Becomes LawConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4
Film Review: Being Mule Deer: ‘Deer 139’Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, October 2020-Volume 2-4
An Invasive Species is Fueling Western WildfiresConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4
The Companies We Keep: Politics and Inclusion in HuntingEditorial, October 2020-Volume 2-4
A Central Asia Conservation Initiative from the Wild Sheep FoundationConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4, Rural Communities & Livelihoods, Sustainable Use
Human Relationships with Wildlife in Tajikistan and KyrgyzstanOctober 2020-Volume 2-4, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Recycling Safari-Style in BotswanaOctober 2020-Volume 2-4, Sustainable Use
Africa’s Wild Dogs — A Survival StoryConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4
Conservation Challenges for the Roan AntelopeConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4
Meet the Mule, ‘Domestic Facilitator’ to Wilderness ExperiencesEditorial, October 2020-Volume 2-4
October Update: Amur Tiger Prey StudyConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2020-Volume 2-4, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Wildlife and Habitat ConservationBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, October 2020-Volume 2-4

2019

January 2019 - Volume I-1
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The Future for HuntingEditorial, January 2019 - Volume I-1
Protecting Hunting from the HuntersEditorial, January 2019 - Volume I-1
Trophy Hunting and Artificial Selection for Small Horns in Mountain UngulatesConservation & Wildlife Management, January 2019 - Volume I-1
Politicizing Conservation: The Zimbabwe Elephant ConundrumEditorial, January 2019 - Volume I-1
In the New Machine Age, hunting helps us accept mortality as truthEditorial, January 2019 - Volume I-1
Sustainable Use of Wild Species: A Foundation for Conservation and for Local LivelihoodsJanuary 2019 - Volume I-1
Community-Based Wildlife Management in Central AsiaJanuary 2019 - Volume I-1, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Introduction to the New Central Asian Sustainable Use & Livelihoods Specialist GroupJanuary 2019 - Volume I-1, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
From Angola: Palanca Negra (Giant Sable) Report – September 2018January 2019 - Volume I-1, Regional News
Sustainable Conservation of the Saker FalconJanuary 2019 - Volume I-1, Regional News
Hollowing Out Sustainable Use From The InsideEditorial, January 2019 - Volume I-1
Custodians of Professional Hunting and Conservation – South Africa (CPHC-SA)January 2019 - Volume I-1, Regional News
Book Review by Rosie Cooney: Poached – Inside the Dark World of Wildlife TraffickingBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, January 2019 - Volume I-1
Book Review by Conservation Frontlines Newsroom : “CITES, Animal Rights, Sustainable Use and Conservation in Africa”Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, January 2019 - Volume I-1
Abstracts Of Recently Published Papers On HuntingBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, January 2019 - Volume I-1
April 2019 - Volume I-2
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How The Truth On Community Wildlife Conservation In Namibia Is TwistedApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial, Regional News, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Reopening Botswana To Trophy Hunting Depends On U.S. SupportApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
Elephant Hunting and Poaching in Botswana: Politics, Popular Grievances and the Power of Animal AdvocacyApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
Christmas At CITES: Santa In Sri LankaApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
Fear-based Fundraising: Why Conservation Optimism is Needed More than EverApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
New Chair of IUCN-SSC SULi: Dr. Dilys RoeApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Regional News
Hunters And Their Wild HarvestApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
On Wanting to Eat the City DeerApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
A Duck Hunter’s Thoughts on Preparing the BountyApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Wild Foods
Book Review: Call of the Mild – Learning to Hunt My Own DinnerApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, Wild Foods
Book Review: Three Interesting Books on Wild Meat Processing and its Preparation in Your KitchenApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, Wild Foods
Book Review: Towards a Sustainable, Participatory and Inclusive Wild Meat SectorApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, Wild Foods
Book Review: North American Wildlife Policy and LawApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
Abstracts Of Recently Published Papers On HuntingApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Book, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews
The State of Conservation in Oklahoma’s Most Rural CountiesApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
Like the Stars. As New West meets Old West, conflict is the norm. It doesn’t have to be.April 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
Understanding Hunting TodayApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Sustainable Use
When Is It Time To Stop?April 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
Keeping It Real With Lion In NiassaApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Editorial
The Shangani Sanctuary Vulture Restaurant – What’s good for the vulture is good for the hyena — and much moreApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Regional News
The Value of Biometric Monitoring in the Management of European UngulatesApril 2019 - Volume I-2, Citizen Conservationist
New Additions To The Conservation Frontlines LibraryApril 2019 - Volume I-2
July 2019 - Volume I-3
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Conservation FirstConservation & Wildlife Management, Editorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Big Game Hunting Still in the HeadlinesEditorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Propaganda in the Trophy Hunting Debate – Card-Stacking, Cherry-Picking, Name-Calling & KISSEditorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Changing Public Perceptions of Hunting Around the WorldEditorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
APHA’s President Weighs in on Hunting and Conservation in AfricaEditorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
The African Trophy Ban Controversy: Leading Conservation through Science, not EmotionJuly 2019 - Volume I-3
Are There Species We Shouldn’t Hunt?Editorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Hunt It To Save It – Many think species protection requires the ending of hunting and protection by the government. Neither are true.Editorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Challenging Mainstream Stereotypes of Hunting – The ‘Left Coast’ of the United States has many stereotypes, but we can set the hunting one straight.Editorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
The Yellowstone Bison Range War – As the Old West collides with the New, America’s icon, the bison, is caught in the middleConservation & Wildlife Management, Editorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Is Field-to-Fork a Viable Alternative to Farm-to-TableJuly 2019 - Volume I-3, Wild Foods
Seasonal Wild Harvest – Stewed Venison Ossobuco with Tomatoes & FrascatelliJuly 2019 - Volume I-3, Wild Foods
Remarks on the Opening of Squirrel Season in Virginia – A hunter’s awakeningsJuly 2019 - Volume I-3, Sustainable Use, Wild Foods
The Elephant in the RoomEditorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
A Case for Legal Ivory Trade – ‘Ban all ivory trade, and no more deaths of these intelligent peaceful creatures due to poaching!’Editorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Book Review: The Last ElephantsBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Trophy Hunting in the Greater Kruger Area – Can it serve broader conservation priorities?Editorial, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Book Review: The Three-Minute Outdoorsman Returns: From Mammoth On The Menu To The Benefits Of Moose DroolBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, July 2019 - Volume I-3
New Partnership To Protect Underdog Species From Direct Threats – Four leading NGOs have joined forces through Restore Species to tackle illegal and unsustainable hunting & trade as well as poisoning of animal species worldwide.Conservation & Wildlife Management, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Book Review: End Of The Megafauna: The Fate Of The World’s Hugest, Fiercest, And Strangest AnimalsBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, July 2019 - Volume I-3
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Hunting & ConservationBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, July 2019 - Volume I-3
October 2019 - Volume I-4
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Protectionist NGOs Obstruct Real Conservation–And the Dunning-Kruger Effect keeps them in powerConservation & Wildlife Management, Editorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
Conservationists Should Support Trophy HuntingEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
Trophy Hunting Bans Imperil BiodiversityConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2019 - Volume I-4, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
CECIL Act Would Destroy Local Conservation ProgramsEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
Hunting & Social Media: Namibia Has a Position on That–Today’s hunters must take the Worldwide Web into accountConservation & Wildlife Management, Editorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4, Regional News
Momentum for Community-Based Conservation in Southern Africa Continues with Namibia’s Conservancy ForumOctober 2019 - Volume I-4, Regional News, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
The Dilemmas of Wildlife Management–Human stewardship is a matter of perspective as well as needsEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
Saving Pakistan’s Ibex Hunting ProgramEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
Safari Hunting, Conservation and SustainabilityEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
Developing Countries Kick Back Against Eco-ColonialismEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
The Latest on Angola’s Giant SableConservation & Wildlife Management, October 2019 - Volume I-4, Regional News, Rural Communities & Livelihoods
A Rare Success–Near-extinct East African black rhino return to the wildEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
False Bay: Death By A Thousand CutsEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
A Man of Value–Volker Grellmann—Conservationist, Farmer, Teacher, Hunter and GentlemanEditorial, October 2019 - Volume I-4
Book Review: Through My Eyes: Journey of a Wildlife VeterinarianBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, October 2019 - Volume I-4
Abstracts of Recently Published Papers on Hunting & ConservationBook, Film and Scientific Paper Reviews, October 2019 - Volume I-4