Exotics Hunting News

Uganda Lions Face Extinction
Uganda lions face extinction unless urgent measures are taken, the Wildlife Disease Association (WDA) Africa and the Middle East section have warned.
Trophy Hunting in Namibia Good for Country
The enormous horns of the sable antelope suddenly appear out of the thick Namibian bush and the man with the rifle pulls the trigger. The animal goes down - a clean shot.
Texas Public Hunt Drawings Offer Affordable Hunting
With fall hunting seasons shaping up to be among the best in recent memory, according to state wildlife biologists, now is the time to begin making preparations.
Zimbabwe to Dehorn Rhinos
Authorities in Zimbabwe, where the rhinoceros population is under threat from poachers, have launched a massive dehorning exercise.
Barbary Sheep Poachers Caught in New Mexico
A carcass tag that didn't match the time of the license-sale led to charges of hunting without a license and illegal possession of a Barbary sheep in an alleged poaching incident near Logan.
NRA Women on Target Program Hunt Schedule
NRA's Women On Target® program has just released its 2007 roster of hunting excursions. The expanded, 15-hunt schedule is highlighted by three trips to Africa, plus new hunts for elk, bison, and wild turkey.
News from Around Africa
Wildlife and African hunting news briefs from several countries including, Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Kenya, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
News from Around Africa
Wildlife news briefs from several countries including, Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Namibia, Kenya, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
News from Around Africa
Wildlife news briefs from several countries including Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Mozambique, Niger, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Muskox Season to Open February 16, 2005
The Alaska Department of fish and Game will open a registration permit hunting season for muskox in Unit 26B on February 16, 2005. The hunt includes the area east of the Dalton Highway Corridor Management Area and the Prudhoe Bay Closed Area, and west of the Canning River. Permits are available only to Alaska residents, and may be obtained at Nuiqsut and Kaktovik. The season will be closed when four animals are taken or by March 31, whichever comes first.