The Nhacinga Conservancy of Mozambique is offering a fascinating foot-hunt for lion. Subscriber Daniel Thomas says he took an excellent cat with Gary Duckworth of Mokore Safaris in the Nhacainga Conservancy of Coutada 9. The hunt involved tracking the lion in the middle of the day. This was one of Adelino Serras Pires' old areas before the civil war that wiped out much of Mozambique's wildlife. The Nhacainga Conservancy is one of three zones created in Coutada 9 by Rio Save Safaris Lda, of which Duckworth is a partner. The conservancy has a very low density of human settlements and is being developed by Rio Save Safaris as an exclusive wildlife area. Because of this there are no fences, and the conservancy offers what Thomas describes as an "Old Africa" experience. Duckworth and his partners have invested greatly in anti-poaching efforts and community development projects. Their efforts have significantly increased the game populations, engendered positive community relations and earned them a 15-year lease, where most leases are for five years. They receive a conservative hunting quota each year that includes two elephant, three buffalo, one lion and two sable, as well as other species. Thomas says he has hunted the Nhacainga Conservancy with Duckworth three times now and recommends it to fellow subscribers.