Driving nails into the coffin of Safari Club International

International Wildlife Bond

Original article and banner image (“Skye: Nadine Dreyer”) courtesy of Daily Maverick

By Judy Malone, writing on behalf of Tourists Against Trophy Hunting, 28 June 2018

Trophy hunting is not about science, rights or traditions, or about personal choices. It is about right and wrong, good and evil. The self-evident truth is that killing for pleasure and profit is morally wrong.

People around the world are following the search for Skye, the pride male lion who disappeared after a 7 June hunt. There was no such mystery after the killing of Cecil – three years ago next week – in Zimbabwe. We knew the details and identities of those involved immediately, and international headlines appeared within 24 hours. But the hunt industry has since closed ranks, and as journalists beat the bush for information, those who have the answers are withholding them.

The selling of animals to globe-trotting trophy hunters has long been controversial. But Cecil was a…

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