Kobrine says that although more than 90 percent of forest areas are devoid of wildlife in Ghana, there are some pockets that contain game and need to be protected. He says Ghana's director of wildlife sees trophy hunting as the way to accomplish that. The season has been set from December through July. Kobrine says he will be taking selected hunters starting in February. Lodging is in a beach house, and hunting packages will include all meals and beverages, guiding and use of a boat for fishing between hunts. He did not have a pricing schedule worked out yet. Kobrine emphasizes that this opportunity is strictly for the ultra collector after Africa's pygmy antelopes. Interested hunters can contact Kobrine by phone in South Africa; or send him an e-mail. See the Trophy Gallery section of our web site to view photographs of a royal antelope and a Maxwell's duiker that Kobrine took with a bow just this past season.