Africa’s Greatest Tuskers is a new book by Tony Sanchez-Arino that does what no single volume has ever attempted: It lists every known elephant ever taken with at least one tusk of 130 pounds or more and tells the stories of who hunted these elephants, who owns the tusks, or how they were found.
The Renaissance of Hunting the African Elephant
Craig Boddington’s hotly anticipated new book on the African elephant is out, and not surprisingly, it’s an excellent read.
This book by French big-game hunter Edouard-Pierre Decoster is one of the most unusual hunting books I’ve ever read. Though they are presented in loosely chronological order, each chapter is a standalone vignette from the author’s forty years of hunting
When Safari Guide 2007-2008 was published two years ago, it took the hunting world by storm as the ultimate reference for aspiring and experienced African hunters alike.
Forty years of elephant hunting in the Zambezi Valley
Here’s an unusual book for those interested in Africa the way it used to be–wild, hazardous, and unvarnished. Months of the Sun is a memoir by the notorious elephant-poacher-turned-game-warden Ian Nyschens
A Vegetarian’s Hunt for Sustenance
Tovar Cerulli seems an unlikely hunter. Although he spent his childhood summers in New England fishing for trout and hunting for bullfrogs