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Hunting Bongo in Africa

Posted on Feb 10, 2017

Bongos are very shy, plus they stay pretty much out of sight during the daylight hours. This makes hunting trophy bongos very challenging. They are nocturnal, so the best time for tracking them is just at first light. They stay close to salt, or mineral, licks, so that is a good place to scout for fresh tracks. Most likely tracking will...

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Hunting Trophy Bushbuck in Africa

Posted on Sep 25, 2016

The spiral horned bushbuck is found in many African countries. South Africa is home to the Cape bushbuck. It is also found in southern Mozambique. The Chobe bushbuck is...

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Hunting The Tiny Ten

Posted on Apr 6, 2016

Not every hunter that goes on safari in Africa is looking for dangerous game, or large plains game. There is a group of tiny antelope called "The Tiny Ten" that range through southern Africa that some hunters lust after. Most of these animals are very small. The largest...

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Importing CITIES Animals into the European Union

Posted on Dec 6, 2015

The European Union Commission (EU) has a Scientific Review Group (SRG) that has issued opinions regarding importation of a number of animals on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITIES) list dated September 15, 2015. Elephant trophies cannot...

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New Elephant Regulations Proposed by USFWS

Posted on Nov 15, 2015

Recently the U.S, Fish and Wildlife Service (USF&W) has proposed to revise their rules concerning the African elephant as put forth in Section 4(d) of the ESA. Recent downturns in African elephant populations due...

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