Nature Strikes Back: Notorious Hunter meets his Karma.

Elephant Journal

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Canada expands outrageous grizzly trophy hunt

Green Blog

British Columbia''s controversial annual spring grizzly bear hunt began on Apr. 1 , with an estimated 1,800 hunting authorizations being issued - one of the highest numbers in recent years. Endangered Species Act , do not have the population numbers that black bears do, and activists including conservation groups, animal rights supporters, and First Nation tribe members have serious qualms about the hunting of these bears for pure sport.

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The Green Buzz: Wednesday, November 20

Conservancy Talk

We’re blogging about nature’s heroes, promiscuous mice and controversial hunting in today’s green news. Big game hunter Melissa Bachman sparks controversy with this lion photo. Africa Animals Asia Pacific The Green Buzz BBC big island bioluminescent bay Christian Science Monitor daily news environmental news GMO gmo crops green news Hawaii Huffington Post Green hunting lion mangrove mangroves mice National Geographic Puerto Rico typhoon

Can This Man Turn Hunters & Anglers Into Climate Activists?

Nature Conservancy - Science

Todd Tanner, hunter and climate activist. Todd Tanner sees 37 million American hunters and anglers, and he sees a force that could actually get something done for climate change. Why not make climate change relevant to hunters, to evangelicals , to conservatives , to parents? I’ve attended gatherings of hunters and anglers – I’m a lifelong and enthusiastic sportsman – where an environmentalist attempts to address climate change. The hunters paid attention.

2011 Elephant Poaching Deadliest Since Ivory Ban

Eco Friendly Daily

It is unknown exactly how many elephants roamed Africa prior to European colonization bringing big game hunters. Then high levels of hunting and poaching through the decades brought the elephant population down to only around 600,000 in the 1980s. However, it is estimated that between five and ten million elephants called the continent home. In 1989, a ban on the trade of ivory came to be but despite this ban the ivory trade has continued to be a major issue globally.

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The Devastating Consequences of Wildlife Poaching

Greentumble

Wildlife poaching is the unlawful hunting or capturing of live animals. . Hunting animals is regulated by governments with the input of local wildlife officials who are knowledgeable with the number of animals within its jurisdiction and the number required to maintain a sustainable ecosystem. . Some species are critically endangered and are not allowed to be hunted or captured under any circumstances. Hunting licenses are applied for and must be available for inspection.

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India’s Banjaar Tola: Bengal tiger-spotting in eco-luxury

Green Traveler Guides

That was before a century of poachers, big-game hunters and ill-conceived policies that preyed on many species to the brink of extinction. The highlights of the daily schedule here are the sunrise and late afternoon “game drives,” on which we all hope to spot one of the handfuls of jaguars and tigers whose territory is this section of the park. The hunt for tiger. The daily hunt: tracking tiger. | Kanha Roars Back |.

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Organization Estimates Upwards Of 35,000 Elephants Killed For Tusks In 2011

Eco Friendly Daily

It is unknown exactly how many elephants roamed Africa prior to European colonization bringing big game hunters. Then high levels of hunting and poaching through the decades brought the elephant population down to only around 600,000 in the 1980s. However, it is estimated that between five and ten million elephants called the continent home. In 1989, a ban on the trade of ivory came to be but despite this ban the ivory trade has continued to be a major issue globally.

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Bontebok Can’t Jump: The Most Dramatic Conservation Success You’ve Never Heard About

Nature Conservancy - Science

Roan, like bontebok, are now found on many South African game ranches. But it would be remiss not to also recognize the role of another industry: game ranching. If you read through the writings of African explorers and safari hunters from the early 20 th century, you will notice that southern Africa is mentioned rarely if ever. South Africa was considered to be devoid of game outside of large reserves like Kruger. Bontebok. Photo: Matt Miller/TNC. By Matt Miller.

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Major Seizures And Arrests Made By Interpol And China Due To Illegal Wildlife Trade

Eco Friendly Daily

It is unknown exactly how many elephants roamed Africa prior to European colonization bringing big game hunters. Then high levels of hunting and poaching through the decades brought the elephant population down to only around 600,000 in the 1980s. However, it is estimated that between five and ten million elephants called the continent home. In 1989, a ban on the trade of ivory came to be but despite this ban the ivory trade has continued to be a major issue globally.