Nsefu Wildlife Conservation Foundation – The Dream That Became a Reality and the Future

by J. Lee Nsefu Wildlife Conservation Foundation was founded in 2015 by Coe Lewis, President and Director of U.S. operations and ‘Victory’ Victoria Wallace, President and Director of Zambian operations. Coe is a radio personality for KGB 101.5 FM in San Diego, CA. Victoria and her husband David, own Zikomo Safari (an Eco-Lodge) in Zambia. Nsefu is a 501(c)(3) organization. They use 100% of their donations for anti-poaching and community outreach. Their ten board members are not paid a salary. Nsefu is a Zambian word for “eland”, which is a type of antelope in that region. The San Diego Union Tribune…

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Wildlife Conservation And Protection – The Destruction Of Trophy Hunting

One species of African elephant, the bush elephant, is the largest living terrestrial animal. Their large ears enable heat loss. Males stand 3.2–4.0 m tall at the shoulder and weigh 4–6000 kg.

by J. Lee Too many people choose to shoot wildlife with guns instead of with cameras. Two examples of killing wildlife which includes many endangered breeds are trophy hunting and hunting of exotic animals on designated hunting ranches. A recent case of trophy hunting came to the forefront when Cecil the lion was killed July 2015 by a trophy hunter. Cecil was a well known lion who lived primarily in Hwange National Park in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. He was shot by Walter Palmer, an American dentist and recreational game hunter. It was determined…

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