AHG Monthly March 2022

March into Africa – The season is dawning Back in January 2009, we hosted the first African Hunting Expo. It was a small group of African outfitters in Toronto, Canada. These boutique shows grew across Canada – also in Atlanta, GA. Today, the model of outfitters...

News from Namibia – The GOSCARs

Wildlife conservation in Namibia is probably the best-managed in Africa, with a very strong NGO movement, community programmes and unwavering support from the government for a policy than includes sustainable use and hunting. One of the latest initiatives sees the...

Warthog Fillet with Red Peppers and Onions

By Leslie van der Merwe    The ugliest pig you will ever see is a warthog.  Bushpigs are not glamorous, and giant forest hogs must have myopic lovers. But a long forehead, wide mouth and jaw, facial warts and a grey leathery skin with spiky hair is not exactly...

The Twofer

By Ricardo Leone After another great Zambian Safari in 2016, we set out to try a new African country to hunt in 2017 with news species to chase after. Our friend, Richard Louw, who had recommended Hunter’s Namibia years prior suggested another Farm, this time in his...

Classic and Contemporary African Hunting Literature

From the Cape to Kasserine – Craig Boddington (Safari Press, 2018, 324 pages.) Review by Ken Bailey   This is the fourth book in Craig Boddington’s series describing his African hunting adventures; he writes one every decade, but for my money this is the best...

Dangerous Game Quest

A Personal Journey  By Kim Stuart   Unlike the months-long safaris of the past, the opportunity to be challenged on an African safari nowadays has become a rare one. In an effort to find a demanding and unique challenge, the idea of taking the Magnificent Seven...