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Zimbabwe’s Sengwa River may have dried up, but a Cape buffalo hunt along its banks provides meat to quell rumors that the game populations of the Chirisa Safari Area have dried up along with it.

Advice From Professional Hunters

An African safari can be one of the highlights of any hunter’s career. So you'll want to take strides to make sure you don't screw it up. Here's what a few Professional Hunters have to say about preparing for the Dark Continent.

Zimbabwe Park May Cull 200-Plus African Lions as Drop in Hunter Numbers Stems Species' Overpopulation

What is the fate of a wildlife species—game and non-game alike—when its population becomes unsustainable?

Zimbabwe Lifts Suspension on Hunting Lion, Leopard and Elephant

In an official release on August 10, Zimbabwe lifted its suspension of lion, leopard and elephant hunting.

SCI Sues FWS, Challenges African Elephant Bans

Safari Club International files suit against U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

USFWS Revises 2014 Elephant Trophy Ruling … Slightly

Safari Club International is encouraged by a decision by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to revise an April 4 ruling banning importation of African elephant trophies taken in 2014.

Elephant Import Ban Affects Hunters, Conservation Efforts

A unilateral decision by the USFWS to ban importation of sport-hunted elephants from Zimbabwe and Tanzania will affect conservation in Africa.

USFWS Suspends Elephant Imports from Zimbabwe, Tanzania

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service suspends importation of sport-hunted elephant trophies from two African countries for 2014.

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