Once numbering over one million by some estimates, African lions now exist in a fraction of their former range and fewer than 35,000 remain in the wild. African lions have been slipping away at an alarming rate--dropping by 50% in just 30 years--due to habitat loss, disease, loss of prey species, conflicts with humans, and unsustainable trophy hunting and trade in lion parts. We could…
A national network of hundreds of conservation, scientific, education, religious, sporting, outdoor…Read More
We have to stop this now! "Melissa Bachman, a keen hunter who makes programmes on the American outdoors, posted a photograph on Facebook…Read More
Zapiro (a South African cartoonist) perfectly captures the ridiculousness of hunting holidays.
It's terrible that you can still legally hunt lions and other exotic animals in Africa. We need to protect them as an endangered species…Read More
Thank you Lisa for taking action to help support these endangered helpless animals. To many people have the attitude that they shouldn't get involved or think someone else will make up for them not showing compassion. The world would be a much better place if more people were like you and stand up…Read More
Trending A final goodbye: Dying zoo worker gets a kiss from giraffe Amy EleyTODAY6 hours ago The moment of a giraffe saying a special…Read More