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.
In this third and final essay in his series on the importance of public dialogue, Shane Mahoney suggests that a powerful wind of change is sweeping across the conservation landscape. He argues that for the 21st century, building a formidable inclusive coalition is the only way to conserve wildlife and to maintain hunting as a vital force in our society. Building such a coalition will require bold new leadership that engages with the general public and reaches across the conservation aisle.
The P & Y Ethic: The Journal of the Pope and Young Club
The term "Trophy Hunter" along with other terms and there impact on wildlife conservation.
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The P & Y Ethic: The Journal of the Pope and Young Club
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