Friday, March 20, 2009

African Indaba newsletter

The latest issue of the African Indaba newsletter is available online, with the following news and commentary about game hunting:

Finally a Book on the Selous 1
We Are Still Around 1
Rhino Wars in Southern Africa 2
Namibia’s Elephants 2
CITES, Sustainable Use of Wild Species & Incentive-Driven Conservation [in] Southern Africa 3
Ivory Auctions Revisited 3
Should Trophy Hunting be Allowed in Kenya in Order to Save the Masai Mara? 4
Eastern Cape Hosts PHASA 2008 5
Proposals to Establish the Spiral Horned Antelope Club 6
Extract from the World Conservation Force Bulletin January 2009 7
News From Africa 8
Book Review: Recreational Hunting, Conservation and Rural Livelihoods: Science and Practice 9
Larry Norton Fund Raising Exhibition for the Hwange Conservation Society 12

Researchers Point to African Wildlife Successes 13
KwaZulu-Natal Hunting and Conservation Society 50th Jubilee Around the Corner 14
The Value in Hunting 15
Conservation Force Admitted as IUCN Member 16
IUCN Antelope Specialist Group Updates 17
Comments on the 2009 Zambezi Valley Auction 17
Rhino Species 19
New Prices for Hunting in Ethiopia 21.

In HOORC's Library, you can find The success and sustainability of consumptive wildlife tourism in Africa by HOORC tourism researcher Joseph E. Mbaiwa.

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