The biggest African wildlife success story
The Price brothers, Charles and Philip, have converted their ancestral farm Bowers Hope into possibly the most scenic area that Ivan Carter has ever hunted.
Russ Broom guides a client for a leopard in Zimbabwe’s Sikumi Forest Area. Things go wrong when the cat is wounded and attacks his trackers.
A pensioner’s treble in the Niassa
Derek Carstens experienced an unforgettable hunt in Mozambique’s Niassa Province where he took a blue-black eland bull and two buffalo, one with a unique boss.
Hunting lion around Matetsi and Victoria Falls
During most of his 55-year career as a hunter in Africa, seasoned PH John Coleman has always preferred hunting the big cats, particularly lions.
Nature’s newspaper: Listen to the bush
It is only after time spent in the bush that you start to listen to and read the other organisms around you, explains Colin Patrick.
Trackers – unsung heroes
Zambian-based PH Pete Fisher pays homage to his loyal tracker, friend and mentor, Paul Lukama, who taught him to hunt, track and appreciate nature.
Hunting the red duiker
Benand Els provides useful information on trophy-judging aspects of hunting red duiker, such as determining gender and horn length, recovery and trophy care.
On safari: big-game hunters of yesteryear
Chris Meyer describes big-game hunter Sir Samuel Baker’s experiences with vultures during his exploits in Africa.