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The Unheard Voice

The Unheard Voice

As the debate continues between the anti-hunting community and those who believe in the "Conservation Through Hunting" model, the unheard voice is the rural African who must live among the wild animals. It is these people who are most affected when politics supercedes science in the management of wildlife.

Posted by DSC Foundation on Monday, 20 August 2018

We Hunt for Life: "Marina Lamprecht"

We Hunt for Life: “Marina Lamprecht”

We Hunt for Life: “Marina Lamprecht” Learn about one Namibian woman’s story about sustainable use hunting, the influence it has within her community, and why it’s her country’s single greatest conservation success. To see more DSC We Hunt for Life videos visit www.DSCF.org

Posted by DSC Foundation on Tuesday, 24 July 2018

The Future of Botswana's Elephant

The Future of Botswana's Elephant

We salute the efforts of Botswana's President Masisi as his administration looks to science-based wildlife management and considers reopening elephant hunting in their country.

Posted by DSC Foundation on Thursday, 7 March 2019

How the ban on lion hunting killed the lions

Black Rhino

Black Rhino

Since that low point in 1995, the Black Rhino population has doubled in number. This growth has occurred primarily in Namibia. To understand how, it's best to first learn more about Namibia and how the country's attitude toward hunting has helped dramatically increase the Black Rhino population. For more information, visit https://goo.gl/H1YmdQ

Posted by DSC Foundation on Thursday, 4 October 2018

The Game's Uncertain Future

The Game's Uncertain Future

If politics supercedes science-based wildlife management, we will have placed the death sentence on Africa's game.

Posted by DSC Foundation on Friday, 9 March 2018

The Value of Trophy Hunting

The Value of Trophy Hunting

“Positive enforcement finding for importing hunting trophies into the US are based in science” said Shane Mahoney. Shane goes on to say “It is my responsibility to put politics and emotion aside to support all scientifically established legal and well-regulated mechanisms for wildlife conservation. I encourage all of you to do the same.”

Posted by DSC Foundation on Wednesday, 6 December 2017

Elephant Populations in Kenya and Zimbabwe- What's the difference?

Elephant Populations in Kenya and Zimbabwe- What's the differe...

Don't base your beliefs on emotions. Take a look at the numbers. #huntingisconservation

Posted by DSC Foundation on Thursday, 6 April 2017

The Zambezi Delta, Mozambique

The Zambezi Delta, Mozambique.

THE ZAMBEZI DELTA, MOZAMBIQUE. This short 2:30 minute video highlights the anti-poaching work that Zambeze Delta Safaris has carried out in Coutada 11, Zambezi Delta, Mozambique. Since 1992 the company has been working on rehabilitating the Coutada after 25 years of war left the area almost totally denuded of wildlife. To watch the full length 30-minute documentary, “Custodians of Wilderness: Zambezi Delta” click on the link: https://vimeo.com/215478401

Posted by The Conservation Imperative. on Thursday, 25 October 2018

How Is Sustainable Use Working in Namibia?

How Is Sustainable Use Working in Namibia?

In Namibia, hunting and tourism together have generated enormous support for wildlife. It's led to dramatic recoveries for a variety of species, all of which would be massively jeopardized by a hunting ban. See more of Dr. Cooney's video series at https://goo.gl/xf6uxx

Posted by DSC Foundation on Tuesday, 22 May 2018