Tag Archives: African hunts

Flashback Friday – First African Adventure

sept-oct-09-safari-coverEditor’s Note: On Fridays we reach back into the archives and dust off a gem from a past issue. This week we follow a first-timer to Africa and watch as his leopard hunt becomes a bit more exciting than he anticipated. This story originally appeared in the September/October 2009 issue of Safari Magazine.

African sights and sounds can be disconcerting, especially on the first trip. One hears Swahili and Continue reading Flashback Friday – First African Adventure

Armchair Safari – The Man-Eating Crocodiles of West Africa

armchair-safari-crocodiles-book-coverTre-Hardy’s book, “The Path Of A Hunter,” has as many big elephants as any book around. But it is the many other great trophies that he hunted with zest that show what an enthusiastic all around big game hunter he was.

One day when he was up north, villagers sent word about being terrorized by enormous crocodiles. Could he come to kill them? Tre-Hardy–you don’t have to ask him twice. Soon he headed for their Continue reading Armchair Safari – The Man-Eating Crocodiles of West Africa