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Flack Hunts Ethiopia: Omo Valley Venture; Balé Mountain Miracle

The hunt takes the viewer on two hunts to the Omo Valley, in the southwest, for lesser kudu, tiang, Guenther’s dik-dik, Newmann’s hartebeest; and the Munessa forest and the Balé Mountains southeast of Addis Ababa, for mountain nyala (two) and Menelik’s bushbuck.

This short film is Peter Flack’s attempt to capture the essence of his safari f.......

Flack Hunts Namibia: Namibia Revisited

The hunt takes the viewer to the Kalahari Gemsbok Park and Etosha Pan in the southwest for gemsbok; Omitara, in the north for springbok; and the Waterberg, in the northeast for black-faced impala and Damarland dik-dik.

This short film is Peter Flack’s attempt to capture the essence of his safari for his family. As such, it is much more than.......

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Canada: Alberta Bighorn Sheep Outfitting Changes Rampant
Editor’s Note: With bighorn sheep hunting seasons winding down across western Canada, it’s time to begin planning if you are looking for any of these high-demand hunts for 2015 or beyond. No sheep hunt is guaranteed, and, traditionally, success this season will be one of your best predictors for success in the coming years...
Transitions and New Services for Hunting Report Subscribers (No, we’re NOT becoming a booking agency!)
2014 is almost over and it’s time to announce some big developments coming for 2015! We’ve been working hard at The Hunting Report this year to plan and transition into some exciting changes for you. 

First we’re creating an entirely new, faster, more functional, better looking website....
Africa: Assessments on Terrorist Threats in Cameroon; Concerns about Ebola Cross-Continent
By now you have probably heard that the US State Department has issued a Travel Warning against Cameroon, drawing particular attention to the Far North region of the country. The warning cites terrorist activity by the group Boko Haram, and a pattern of kidnappings.
Namibia: Why Family Safaris Are Better Than Standard Vacations
More hunters than ever are taking the kids along on hunts in Africa and finding that a safari can make for a relaxing, hassle-free family vacation. In Report 9815, subscriber Barry Gleiberman tells us that he took just such a trip in Namibia this August with Marina and Joof Lamprecht's Hunters Namibia Safaris (; 011 264-81-303-3010).
Arizona: Overlooked Hunting Opportunities on the Navajo Nation
Editor’s Note: The Navajo Reservation includes nearly 27,000 square miles, mostly in Arizona, and some of this area is prime hunting country. Here's what you need to know about big game hunting on these lands, according to Editor-at-Large Mike Bodenchuk. Enjoy!...
Pakistan: A Boots-on-the-Ground Report on Pakistan Ibex Hunting
Editor's Note: A number of recent subscriber reports (See 959695288993 and 8600) highlight Pakistan as a rewarding destination for hunters willing to accept a dynamic political and security situation. Even Mike Borel (Report 9528) who, after his hunt concluded, was forced to hunker down in his hotel for three days due to sectarian violence, gives his hunt mostly excellent ratings. Now, in Report 9762, subscriber Mychal Murray recommends an ibex hunt and offers some suggestions on planning your own hunt. Here's the story...
Welcome to New Corporate Sponsor: Ripcord Fail-Safe Travel Protection
Continuing Hunting Report subscribers know that we are very cautious about the services we recommend to our readers. So, it was only after months of due diligence that we decided to introduce you to Ripcord, a travel protection service offering the most complete array of emergency travel services we have ever seen rolled into one membership....
Briefly Noted: Last-Minute Hunt Options Near Major Hunting Shows
Hunting show season is coming up soon, and it's still possible to book a hunt "in the neighborhood" for most of the conventions you might attend. We covered this topic extensively in our December 2013issue (page 10) and those are still good options....
Briefly Noted: Wyoming Wolf Back Under Endangered Species Act Protection, Hunting Cancelled for 2014
In an Email Extra Bulletin we sent out on Sept. 24, we told subscribers that, only the day before, the US District Court for Washington DC had struck down the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) rule that removed wolves from the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in Wyoming.
Briefly Noted: Musk Ox Hunting Still Prime Despite Reports of Disease, Die-Offs
Subscriber Steven King forwarded an "Advisory for 2014 Hunters" sent by Fred and Dawn Hamilton of High Arctic Lodge (; 250-497-2000) regarding the status of muskox on Victoria Island, in the northwest of Canada. The Hamiltons were advising their 2014 hunters - some at the last minute before their August hunt - that muskox in their area on Victoria Island had suffered a serious decline due to the pathogen Erysipelas and that hunting in 2014 was going to be difficult.
Outfitter Critique: Long Draw Odds on Two Colorado Hunts for Sheep and Mountain Goat
Last month (page 11) we printed subscriber Ross Heilman's report (9799 in our database) on his bighorn sheep hunt in Colorado. Heilman drew his sheep tag after only five years of trying. Since then, we've received two more reports on CO mountain hunts - one for bighorn sheep and one for mountain goat....
Outfitter Critique: Successful Yakutia Snow Sheep Hunt with Safari Outfitters in Russia
In last month's cover story we featured Rex Baker's exploratory hunt for the previously-closed Chukotka snow sheep in Russia. Now, subscriber George Latham Meyers has filed a very positive report (9809) on a mountain hunt for Yakutia snow sheep in Russia's Verkhoyansk Mountains. Myers booked this hunt through Safari Outfitters (; 307-587-5596)...
Outfitter Critique: Early-Season Idaho Rifle Hunt For Mule Deer
If you are looking for a mule deer in velvet, here's an opportunity you may want to jump on. In Report9810 subscriber Dwight Van Brunt recommends you take a close look at Idaho and the hunts offered by Bruce Duncan of Selkirk Guiding & Outfitting (509-893-3414).
Controversy: Hunter Says Yukon Hunt was Not Delivered as Promised
Subscriber Scott Quillman is unhappy with a Stone sheep hunt he took with Dean Sandulak's Trophy Stone Outfitting (; 867-667-6337; in the Yukon in August/September of 2013. Quillman says that he "booked a horseback hunt that ended up being a full-time backpack hunt," and says that he had communication issues with Sandulak regarding the hunt....
Controversy: Missing/Delayed Deer Trophies From Mexico Outfitter
In a follow-up to his original report (8582) subscriber RP Musselman complains of missing whitetail and mule deer trophies from a January 2012 hunt in Mexico with Alberto Valdes Fisher's El Chupadero Ranch Outfitters....
Special Controversy: Game Hunting Romania Scams Hunters out of Deposit Money
Editor's Note: The world has changed. Since 9-11, we've become almost accustomed to organized terrorist groups launching deadly attacks on innocent civilians across the world. Weekly, it seems, we get news of highly sophisticated criminal enterprises, often based in Eastern Europe, hacking into and stealing the private data held by big stores and major financial institutions.
Controversy: Hunters Learn Trophies of Native Species from 2009 Argentina Hunt Are Unexportable
In Report 7308, subscribers Dick and Sandi Fruchey told us they were pleased with a March, 2009 mixed-bag hunt with Jorge A. Robles Safaris in Argentina. Now they aren't so sure, since they contend they were never told that their indigenous game trophies (two mountain lion, two collared peccary, capybara and brocket deer) would not be exportable....
Controversy: Follow-up on Delayed Trophies from Cameroon Hunt
Editor's Note: On Page 15 of our September issue we aired a complaint from Mexican subscriber Ramon Llano on Ngong Safaris and Børge Ladefoged. The complaint centered on logistical foulups that resulted in missed flights, and, subsequently, missing trophies....
Controversy: Todd Rice of Sonoran Outfitters Under Investigation by SCI Ethics Committee
If you've been following our coverage on Todd Rice and Sonoran Outfitters in Mexico, you may be wondering who, if anyone, has been booking the hunts Rice is continually promoting. We've recently seen his emails for sheep, bison and deer hunts.
Calendar: 2015 Hunting Conventions
It's convention season again!  Here's a list of the upcoming hunting convention dates from around the world for 2015.
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(Editor Note: Over the past month we have received reports on hunts in the following parts of the world. All of these reports have been added to our files and are available to you as an E-Mail Extra subscriber. Just click on the ID number for the report you would like to see and you can view the full text in our database. Enjoy!)
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Conservation Force: Revealed: USFWS “Information” that “Poaching Levels are Increasing” in Zimbabwe are Merely News Articles and Anecdotal Reports
By Regina Lennox, Staff Attorney

We are concerned that USFWS is sustaining the Zimbabwe trophy import ban on the worst available information: news articles and unsubstantiated reports from a "conservation task force" in Zimbabwe that is known to rely on false information.

In early August, we received a letter sent to a partner organization, dated August 5, and signed by the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and Parks. The letter responds to concerns about the elephant trophy import suspensions and states in part (with added emphasis):

For Zimbabwe, the picture is less clear, but we have information that indicates the situation there may be deteriorating and that elephant numbers are being reduced by widespread poaching. Although, as you stated in your letter, representatives of the Government of Zimbabwe have asserted that elephant populations there are increasing, there is information to the contrary, and while they have provided a considerable amount of documentation about their elephant and conservation programs, there is no data to refute the information that the Service has from other sources to indicate that poaching levels are increasing....
Conservation Force: Founding Conservation Force Board Member Donald Lindsay Passes
On October 15, 2014 we lost Don Lindsay to cancer. Don was a founding board member of Conservation Force and served until his death - 18 years. We have been very lucky to have the moral support and good name and reputation of Don behind us all of these years.

Don was the President of the International Professional Hunters Association, IPHA, for 14 years and served as President of the Professional Hunters Association of South Africa, PHASA, for nine years, 1982-1991. He was a founding member of both IPHA and PHASA. He grew PHASA from a handful of individuals to over 1,000 members, which remains the largest and most powerful PH association in the world today. Among his many achievements, Don established the importation of ESA endangered bontebok into the United States during his leadership of PHASA....
Conservation Force: The Role of Trophy Hunting in the Downlisting of Straight-horned Markhor
There can be no doubt that the FWS fully credits "trophy hunting" within a community-based management program as having protected and restored the markhor. The Torghar Hills population has become the "greatest concentration" and "stronghold" in the world, while "other populations generally are in decline." "Trophy hunting" has reduced the poaching and increased the habitat and habitat quality in the Torghar area.

In the Torghar Hills, the TCP [Torghar Conservation Project] has eliminated poaching of straight-horned markhor and managed the habitat such that the population has steadily increased since the TCP's inception and both the population and its habitat are currently secure. Because the TCP has incorporated economic incentives for the local community and is supported by the community, we believe the protections and management provided by the TCP will continue. [Page 60374]

Due to the establishment of the TCP, the cessation of uncontrolled poaching, and the hunting of only a limited number of trophies in the Torghar Hills, the population has increased substantially since TCP's inception in 1985. Furthermore, due to the TCP, straight-horned markhor habitat is currently secure and is presently no longer impacted by overgrazing or collection of wood. Because the TCP has incorporated economic incentives derived from trophy hunting for the local community and is supported by the community, we believe the protections and management provided by the TCP will continue….In general, markhor populations are reported as declining and have likely not increased since 1975. However, one exception to this declining population trend is the Torghar Hills population in the Toba Kakar Range. Due to the implementation of a conservation plan, which includes revenues brought in from trophy hunting, the Torghar Hills population has increased from fewer than 200 in the mid-1980s to 3,518 currently. [Page 60375]

This is all about trophy hunting, but readers should understand that this is not about the right or opportunity to hunt. The administration of the ESA and the International Affairs Program of the FWS do not provide that kind of service to the American hunter. The Service is not a service to you. The downlisting is about the regulatory determination of the species' status and the concomitant "Special Rule" is about putting the Torghar model to work for other populations of straight-horned markhor. It is not to save hunting, it is about using trophy hunting as a form of sustainable use that is a tool for conservation. The language of the FWS (Service) explaining the Special Rule speaks loudly....
Conservation Force: Conservation Force & Partners Refute Negative USFWS Enhancement Finding on Zimbabwe Elephant Trophy Imports
By Regina Lennox, Staff Attorney

On October 16, 2014, Conservation Force submitted a 34-page comment to the USFWS, critiquing the USFWS's July negative enhancement finding for the import of tourist-hunted elephant trophies from Zimbabwe. We did this with full support from our partner organizations, including Shikar Safari Club, Dallas Safari Club, Houston Safari Club, and others. In our comment, we demonstrate that the enhancement finding is not based on the best available information regarding elephant conservation, but rather on anecdotal and/or generalized information. The finding also re-hashes the April suspension and even its 1997 ancestor (the most recent finding for Zimbabwe before this year). Moreover, the enhancement finding did not consider the vast majority of documents submitted by Conservation Force, the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, the Safari Outfitters Association of Zimbabwe, and the CAMPFIRE Association.

One of Conservation Force's main points was that "enhancement" has been shown, which means that the benefits that tourist hunting provides to Zimbabwe's elephant conservation strategy have been clearly documented and explained. This documentation and explanation was given to the USFWS in our earlier June 6 comment, submitted in response to the interim enhancement finding published by USFWS in April. Besides benefits to elephant conservation strategy, the comment also detailed the significant revenue generated by tourist hunting (which is then shared with local communities impacted by elephant), as well as the substantial anti-poaching contributions of hunting operators, which have kept poaching in check....
Conservation Force: USFWS Rejects Request for Reconsideration of Tanzania Permit Denials
By Regina Lennox, Staff Attorney

In a letter dated October 8, 2014, USFWS purportedly reconsidered, and again denied import permits for elephant trophies from Tanzania. The letter and enclosed non-detriment finding are short and address only a few of the points Conservation Force made in three submissions to USFWS. The denial letter and non-detriment finding essentially conclude that the 2013 Selous survey is of paramount importance because it reflects a significant decline in Tanzania's elephant population. They then focus on a few small points to deflect attention from what cannot be refuted - that enhancement was shown, and that tourist hunting offtake is not detrimental to the survival of the elephant.

The denial letter does not discuss or refute our point that, even assuming Tanzania's elephant population had declined, a limited and regulated offtake of 100 elephant is sustainable, especially given the benefits underwritten by tourist hunting. Conservation Force quantified these benefits with examples of anti-poaching and community and block development spending from a small sample of operators. FWS acknowledges that this spending benefits the elephant. But the letter expresses "concern[ ] over the Tanzania Government's ability to effectively manage and protect its elephant population based on the information available."

This "concern" is unfounded. As Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism Nyalandu has confirmed, poaching is way down in Tanzania, particularly in the Selous....
Conservation Force: ESA 12-Month Finding and Proposal to List all Lion as Threatened
By John J. Jackson, III

On October 29, the USFWS announced its 12-month finding on the status of all African Lion and issued a proposal to list all lion as threatened under the Endangered Species Act and to require import permits on all lion trophies. See the Federal Register Notice on Conservation Force's website at The real rub is that USFWS proposes a special regulation overriding the exemption in the ESA that was intended to normally eliminate permitting of threatened listed species that are protected by Appendix II of CITES. Now, import permits are proposed that will only be issued upon proof that the take is sustainable and furthermore, that it enhances the survival of the species. This requirement for a permit, although noble in concept, is worrying....
Conservation Force: Dateline Pakistan: USFWS Special Rule Downlists All Straight-Horned Markhor to Threatened
On October 7, 2014 the US Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) downlisted all straight-horned markhor in the world. They were moved from "endangered" to "threatened" on the Endangered Species List, 79 FR 60365, available on our website at All markhor still remain on CITES Appendix I, so a FWS import permit is still required. The FWS also combined the Sulaiman and Kabul markhor taxonomically for listing purposes. Both are now "threatened."

The practical effect is that hunters who take Sulaiman markhor in the Torghar Project of Pakistan can expect to import their trophies. This is not true of straight-horned markhor taken in other areas. Although all markhor were downlisted, the simultaneously adopted Special Rule sets out conditions that must be met before any are importable. This in turn serves to encourage other areas and countries to emulate the 30-year renowned Torghar Project....

Will Your Firearm Go Hunting With You this Season? Or Will the Airlines Eat It?
Barbara Crown, Traveling with your hunting firearm gets more difficult every year, thanks to ever-changing airline policies and government agency regulations. Right now, thousands of hunters are either finalizing travel plans for this fall or are about to get on a plane for the African safari season this summer. The question is: will their guns get to their final destination with them? Or will the airlines refuse to check them through?
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Hunting the Spiral Horns - Kudu, the Top African Antelope

Hardcover with dust jacket
292 pages, 400 color photographs
Published by Rowland Ward Publications, 2012

Hunting the Spiral Horns - Kudu, the Top African Antelope, edited by Peter Flack, is the first in a five-book series covering all the spiral horns and is designed to be the definitive book on hunting the six species and su.......

Hunting Icons of Africa

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436 pages outstanding color photographs, 320 pages
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Hunting Icons of Africa represents the culmination of Peter Flack's five decades of hunting dedicated to the African continent. Having experienced literally hundreds of safaris in 15 African countries, he is un.......

Hunting the Spiral Horns – Eland, Everyman’s Elephant

Hardcover with a dust jacket
336 pages, 350 color photographs and 40 black and white
Published by Rowland Ward Publications, 2013

This is the second in a series of books about the spiral-horned antelopes of Africa. Peter Flack, with the help of many other authors, gives us a rich mosaic of the world's largest antelope, the eland. Hundr.......

Hunting The Spiral Horns: Bushbuck – The Little Big Buck (Limited Edition)

Limited edition, signed, quarter bound in navy leather with matching slip case
400 pages, 450 color and 33 black and white photographs
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Hunting the Spiral Horns: Bushbuck - The Little Big Buck, edited by Peter Flack, is the third in a five-book series covering all 30 spiral horn s.......

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Hunting the Spiral Horns: Bushbuck - The Little Big Buck, edited by Peter Flack, is the third in a five-book series covering all 30 spiral horn species and subspecies (recognized by both Rowland Ward.......

Flack Hunts Tanzania: Tanzanian Travels; Machani Safari

The hunt takes the viewer to the Rungwa River in the southeast for lion and sable; Masailand for fringe-eared oryx, Grant’s gazelle, gerenuk and Kirk’s dik-dik; along the Moyowasi and Malagarasi Rivers in the northwest for sitatunga and bushbuck; and a brief glimpse of the Selous for Lichtenstein’s hartebeest and Nyasa wildebeest.

This shor.......

Flack Hunts Cameroon: Into the Heart of Darkness

The hunt takes the viewer to Lognia camp in southeast Cameroon for western bongo, bay duiker, giant forest hog, red river hog, dwarf forest buffalo and rain forest elephant.

This short film is Peter Flack’s attempt to capture the essence of his safari for his family. As such, it is much more than a collection of one-shot animal kills. This .......

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