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College of African Wildlife Management
Sometimes hunting in the forest is not just a walk in the park. The bow hunting is quite rewarding, though sometimes extremely challenging. The challenge is a characteristic of a human daily life activity whereby, if no challenge, there is no experience, and therefore no learning involved. It involves a wide assortment of game species to hunt. Some of these games include lions, buffalos, hippopotamus, and leopards in South Africa. Some countries, however, do not allow hunting of dangerous game. For instance, the only permissible dangerous game hunting in Namibia is the Cheetah. It will depend on laws governing wildlife in a country.
African Wildlife Conservation Fund
Crossbow hunting is a unique and familiar outdoor activity in many countries, especially in the African continent where there are various safari services. Even though the practice is not found in every wildlife parks and reserves, a number of countries offer general tourism services. For example, South Africa and Namibia are among the top leading countries where tourism is highly carried out. Other countries rich in wildlife are found in the eastern, western, and northern regions of the continent.
Endangered Wildlife Trust | Conservation in Action
Time saving is one of the most important advantages of using a trail camera. Trail cameras provide extra observational advantage along game trails for feeders, hunters and rarely observable wild animals. With trail cameras, you don’t need to stay all day long and night waiting for a traced animal to pass by your camera trap. As mentioned earlier internet access can facilitate watching even during the night. For more enthusiastic wildlife monitors, trail cameras provide inclusive behavioral patterns that are rarely observed.