Conservation Frontlines is an editorially independent newsroom with a quarterly E-Magazine and frequent news updates. Our authors present independence of thought and opinion on the subtle morals and ethics of hunting and provide persuasive insight into the motivations of hunters. They investigate the aspects of ‘utilitarian’ and ‘recreational’ hunting; they explore the compelling process of the hunt; they discuss the complexities surrounding incentive-driven conservation. Importantly, they don’t shy away from showcasing problematic issues. Their articles are underpinned with hard ecological, social, and economic facts and scientific data!
Conservation Frontlines is a voice of the rural custodians of wild places and wildlife. Emotional and fascinating stories of those who live to hunt as much as they hunt to live explore their aspirations, traditional knowledge, and respect for the landscapes they live in and the wild animals they live with.