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Missing the Mark: African Trophy Hunting Fails to Show Consistent Conservation Benefits
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Raul M. Grijalva (ed)
Many governments and a number of private and non-profit groups, including conservation organizations, have long viewed well-regulated huntig as an important conservation tool. This analysis of five major threatened or endangered game species (African elephant, African lion, black rhinoceros, southern white rhinoceros, and leopard) in four African countries (Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe) found that trophy hunting is managed well in some areas and poorly in others. In many cases, the laws, institutions, and capacity necessary to make trophy hunting benefit conservation are lacking. The analysis also found that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) -- the agency responsible for allowing or prohibiting protected species imports -- could make significant improvements to its permitting process. Includes recommendations. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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