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“Hell Is Here.” Hunters Are Not.


Biplab Hazra snapped a stunning photo in the Bankura district of West Bengal, India, of a mob attacking a cow and calf Indian elephant with flaming tar balls. Nauseatingly, it illustrates how, when animals have diminished value to society and come into conflict with humans, wildlife loses. And in such a loss, humans also lose.

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Indian elephants are set on fire by locals in retaliation.

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Fake Faux Fur


faux furWhen real fur is both cheaper and less damaging to the planet and its environment than fake fur, it throws the antis into a tailspin as they watch the fashion industry go to the real stuff for all the right reasons. Continue reading Fake Faux Fur

Craig Boddington Wins Weatherby Award


SCI Life member and Safari Times and SAFARI Magazine columnist Craig Boddington has been named winner of the prestigious Weatherby Award.

“Congratulations to Craig Boddington, who has been named the 2017 Weatherby Hunting and Conservation Award winner,” stated the Weatherby Foundation when it announced the winner recently. Continue reading Craig Boddington Wins Weatherby Award

Bighorn Sheep Tracking Effort Sets Sights On Future Lambs


The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission recently got up-close and personal with 20 bighorn sheep ewes in an effort to track their future offspring. The goal is to get a handle on the species’ population struggles in the Pine Ridge area of northwestern Nebraska. Continue reading Bighorn Sheep Tracking Effort Sets Sights On Future Lambs