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Monthly Archives: August 2015

The famous Selous Game Reserve Welcome to some of the best big five hunting in Tanzania The Selous Game Reserve is situated in the southern part of Tanzania and named after Frederick Courtney Selous, a famous hunter and naturalist who was killed and buried there in the First World War. It is uninhabited and divided into some 46 hunting blocks, varying in size from 300 to 500 square miles. The size of… Read More

Cecil the lion at a national park in Zimbabwe.

By Douglas N. Sousa AUGUST 18, 2015

The thought that a game animal, in this case an African lion named Cecil, may have been killed unethically is an affront to all law-abiding sportspersons. As a hunter myself, I know this: Given the information we have about Walter Palmer’s activities in Zimbabwe, it seems he acted as a poacher, even if that’s not what he intended.

In my world, a poacher is not a hunter any more than a guy who smashes the windows of a car with a baseball bat is a baseball player. The two have nothing in common. One plays by the rules. The other is a criminal.

Whether you can ever see hunting, when it’s done legally, as an ethical sport is a different question.

North of Khaudum – one of the best Elephant hunting Areas in Namibia Welcome to the best Elephant, Leopard and Plainsgame hunt in north Namibia Welcome to the famous hunting area North of Khaudum, the best areas for Elephant hunting in North Namibia. The Hunting Area North of Khaudum On the northern border of Khaudum National Park lies the hunting area known as ‘North of Khaudum’, a communal conservancy where the local… Read More

The Pereiro Hunting Estate – the best Partridge shooting in Portugal Welcome to one of the best Hunting Destinations for Partridge in Portugal. The Pereiro Hunting Estate, with approximately 7.500 hectares (18.500 acres) is located in the inland hills of the Algarve region, just 30 km away from the coast. This beautiful but harsh landscape has become more and more desert and wild due to the migration of its inhabitants to the… Read More