wildlife conservation threat

Stewart DorringtonAnimal Rights, blog, hunting

wildlife conservation threat

It seems too, that the media is largely informed by the populist and dishonest animal rights groups whose agenda is not conservation (check their record in Africa), but rather a business of collecting money from the gullible for their own salaries and propaganda campaigns. Neither the media nor the animal rights groups take any responsibility for the negative consequences their actions cause. Very often their actions are also destroying are many scientifically formulated and funded conservation projects that benefit both wildlife and the poor rural populations that live with the wildlife. Most journalists don’t care. They sell sensationalism and disregard … Read More

Canned Lion Hunting and the release of blood lions

Stewart Dorringtonblog, hunting

Blood Lions documentary - an expose of canned lion hunting
The Release of "Blood Lions" and our views on Canned Lion Hunting.The documentary "Blood Lions" is about to be released in the USA. No doubt it will cause a huge wave of anti-hunting sentiment once again. We too condemn the practice and have actively called upon authorities to update legislation to prevent this slaughter of captive bred lions. What the public must hear too, is that the worst of the worst cases are depicted and captured in the documentary. The footage also goes back many years, mixing old and new as if it is all current. I see that at ... Read More

trade in endangered species question

Stewart Dorringtonblog

endangered species trade - a tug of war
To trade or not to trade in endangered species. There are those who believe a total ban on trade will kill demand? I don't think so, but I'm open to persuasion. Elephant poaching is soaring and I don't believe the one off sale 7 years ago is the cause as is claimed by the anti-trade group. Nor do I believe the burning of ivory has any impact on poaching... it just appeases the ignorant privileged Westerners - the funders of much of Kenya's wildlife preservation efforts. What I feel we have to look at, is whether it is better to ... Read More