RHINO WAR – Part 3 – Conservation Hunting

James Yeager

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13 comments

  1. Nik Ness

    James and Billy , Thank you this Great. and Giving the these guys the Skills and Mindset to stop poaching and preserving these animals for the future , conservation hunting Maintains Hunting for generations.
    you rock!

  2. Matt Fletcher

    It is so important that this message of ethical hunting gets out, in my country right now, animals are starving because the stupid people in government listened to the animal rights people. There are too many animals and not enough food because all of the natural predators have been killed and starvation is the only tool that nature has to deal with it.

    The public reaction? They are bringing bails of hay to keep some of the animals fed thus prolonging the agony until the autumn.

    The only ethical course of action is to take up the role of the apex predator and get in there with a rifle and thin the heard.

  3. Joe Knudson

    This is a really good series so far, I thank you two. Where did you guys primarily stay (Joberg, Pretoria…)? I had family working in SA at one point, and I was able to spend a few weeks there. It was indeed an eye opening experience; I didn’t know what being ‘poor’ and/or the feeling of ‘always in danger’ was until that trip. Puts things in perspective when you see kids digging through a food court’s trash while you are eating, as well as viewing the townships – touring Soweto, and the nicer neighborhoods having concertina wire surrounding the top of each homes property walls. I learned the police precincts/stations were protected by private security. With all that said, I’d love to go back for another safari (my dream job in another life would guiding safaris driving a Landcruiser). Again, I appreciate your very noble cause and furthering our education!

    • Hagan Barnes

      Joe can you elaborate….I learned the police precincts/stations were protected by private security? Interesting.

  4. Hagan Barnes

    Great vid, good info for those that might not appreciate conservation and hunting as it’s meant – and the skill required. Total immersion in the is the best compliment, speaks highly of Billy as a true, avid, ethical SPORTSMAN; the 5th and final stage of a hunter’s development.