Just another day in Africa . . .
Encounters with snakes, especially venomous ones, are potentially lethal but the fact that most people have a fear of them sometimes leads to hilarious situations.
Chiwore River Hunts, Zimbabwe, 1982
Owen Connor reminisces about hunting with his sons in Zimbabwe. They shot a buffalo and faced a fierce lioness that was stalking the same buffalo!
A tribute to Fred Duckworth
Geoff Wainwright recalls good times in the Zambian wilderness, hunting with his friend, PH Fred Duckworth, a lovable rogue gone to the happy hunting grounds.
Hunting in Africa? What you need to know
Canadian-based Dennis and Julie Hilling provide prospective hunters to Africa with handy information on Temporary Export Permits for firearms.
If life was fair ...
Johan van Wyk talks about underdog cartridges that are sadly losing ground but really deserve to be much more popular than they are.
Seasoned PH John Coleman entertains readers with a story about old Bill, a hunting client in his late sixties who was partially blind.
Africa’s Wildlife Armageddon
One of the dangers to Africa’s wildlife is the interference in the wildlife management practices by animal rightist NGOs and government institutions...
SAMPEO (South Africa’s Most Proven and Experienced Outfitters) is a group of seven experienced outfitters who have publicly stood up and opposed the lion industry.