ZPHGA Statement 

On the 30th of June 2017, a lion known by operators in Hwange National Park as “Xanda” was shot during a safari conducted by a licenced professional hunter and member

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Carnivore Research ~ Brown Hyena

Brown hyena, with their brown shaggy coats, sloping backs and white and brown striped legs, are a nocturnal creature found in southern Africa. Despite being protected against hunting in the

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Trailcam Bloopers

It’s always an exciting time when we download images from our trail cameras to review their contents.  It’s a treasure trove of wildlife possibility! You never know what surprise you

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The Art of Tracking

The art of tracking requires one not just to follow tracks but also to interpret all the signs left to us by the animals passing by. A talented tracker can

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Early Season bow hunting is a breeze!

Bow hunting is typically a dry season endeavor as much of the hunting tends to be done at waterholes. However, if you are willing to use some strategic thinking you

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Easter, a time for sharing and reconnecting.

Easter at Rosslyn Safaris is never a boring weekend and this year was no exception. Feeding 18 around the table kept the kitchen staff well on their toes! The three

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Benefits of hunting small populations

On Cawston approx. 60 waterbuck were introduced in the early 1990’s. These animals have never done particularly well the reasons for which are not completely clear. It could be insufficient

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Pointer Dog Bird Trial and Wing Shooting in Zimbabwe

In May 2016 Cawston Ranch, just north of Bulawayo, hosted the annual Zimbabwe National Pointer Dog Trial. Expertly judged by Bob & Karen Harte and assisted by Adrian Swales, it was a

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Lifting of Zimbabwe Hunting Suspension

In response to the killing of Cecil the lion, the Ministry of Environment imposed a 5 day temporary suspension of all hunting across Zimbabwe from 2 – 7th August 2015.

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Hunters Love Wildlife

We love wildlife as much as the next person. We are as entranced as any viewer of a wildlife documentary programme by the magnificence of our animals – impala and

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