The African Hunter

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    The African Hunter magazine, published six times a year, has become the voice of the African hunting industry, providing a forum for discussion and promotion of hunting and related activities. The publication works closely with prominent hunting and conservation organisations and is well supported by such organizations on and off the African continent.
    The African Hunter magazine was launched in December 1994 as a specialised publication servicing the hunting and outdoor community worldwide. The African Hunter is the first specific periodical on African hunting to be produced in Africa and provides a shop window to the thousands of hunters worldwide interested in hunting in Africa, and is well received by hunters in Europe, the United States, Southern and Central Africa, and is read in more than 50 countries across the globe.
    Editorial content is structured to suit both the suppliers and consumers of the many resources affiliated to hunting. Many excellent authors, both local and international, contribute in-depth articles on Hunting Techniques, Shot Placement, Ballistics, Safari Camp Reviews, Species Fact Files and Conservation along with features on Wildlife Artists, Humorous Tales and Hunting Reports. Readers are invited to contribute through our Hunter's Gallery section, providing accounts of their hunting experiences and trophies, topics most enjoyed by our readers. Many of our readers are non-hunters, and we provide general information about wildlife, safaris and other outdoor activities, giving a balanced content which appeals to a wide cross-section of enthusiasts.

    Our Mission Statement
    We live and work by the code that guides us. This is “ provide a service to the worldwide hunting fraternity. The magazine is dedicated to the conservation of the wildlife resources of Africa through practical management and sustainable utilisation. We are committed to promoting ethical hunting practices based on the concept of fair chase, and the fostering of goodwill among all beneficiaries of these resources.”

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