DSC’s Frontline Foundation supports those who are injured or killed in the war against poaching.
As poaching becomes ever more widespread and organized in Africa, professional hunters who spend a great deal of time in remote areas are often the ones who are in a position to put a stop to it—at great risk to their own safety.
Understanding the African bushmeat crisis.
The term “bushmeat” is traditionally defined as “the meat of African wild animals as food,” African forests and savannas being commonly referred to as “bush.”
The fate of the rhino may rest on the decision of whether or not to allow commercial trade in rhino horn.
Although rhinos have roamed the Earth for millions of years, their fate is now inextricably tied to international trade policies.
Hunting is by far the largest funding mechanism for wildlife, and the economic benefits go far beyond conservation.
Is “trophy” now a lethal adjective for hunting?
I have always believed in the power of words. They have the capacity to inspire us, to lead us to powerful achievements and to great sacrifice. They can carry us to war or encourage us to peace. Weightless and without physical dimension, words remain agile weapons in our search for good and evil, and for truth. Words carry our thoughts.