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.
Robin Hurt and James Mellon will guide a special safari in Namibia to benefit APHA.
Don’t miss your chance to hunt with two of Africa’s greatest living hunters.
A group of former PHASA members form their own group to promote ethical hunting in South Africa.
Professional hunters in South Africa are leading the charge to keep the fair-chase ethic front and center.
Sports Afield, the world’s premier hunting adventure magazine, has long been a supporter of, and donor to, the Professional Hunters’ Association of South Africa (PHASA). We are extremely disappointed by PHASA’s recent decision condoning hunts for captive-bred lions—a reversal of its previous position—and in light of this, we will be ending our support of the […]
A pro-hunting public-relations campaign is helping to spread the message of hunting’s benefits to non-hunters.
The Colorado Hug a Hunter program has had great success in reaching out to the general public with a positive message.
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.”
Brown bears are found in many parts of the world, with the biggest in Alaska and Kamchatka. But don’t delay.
Arguably the largest bear species in the world, the brown bear is unarguably the most widely distributed. But if a brown bear hunt is on your radar, don’t wait much longer.
A new book of exciting tales about hunting brown bears in Russia.
From Siberia to Crimea, Geurink and his clients take us on a reaffirming ride through the last half of the 20th century and an uplifting peek into the promise of the 21st.
How to purchase the hunting property you’ve always wanted.
Increasingly, hunters are investing their money in hunting properties—their own private places of solace from the mayhem of daily life.