Baobab Hunting Safaris Namibia

Baobab Hunting Safaris Namibia

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Natural beauty of Namibia.
Beautiful waterbuck with character! This photo was taken from the door of our chalet.
A very nice kudu stopping by for a drink.
There is always action near the water hole!
Big selection handmade knives from namibia materials like walebones, oryx horn, giraffe bones and imported panzer steel you get at L.dorado in Swakopmund
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Thank you for the page,,, will love following yall,Danny
Truly a great hunt with a team that is among the best. They really treat you as family and the guides and trackers are amazing. I will be back one day with my sons.

Discover nature's secrets of the African bush with the Bushman hunting and guiding specialists. A reputable, family owned trophy hunting and safari outlet

Discover nature's secrets of the African bush together with the Bushman hunting and guiding specialists, Helmuth and Frank Friederich. The ranch is a reputable family owned trophy hunting and safari outlet, specialising in high quality rifle / bow hunting of plains game and tailored tours / sightseeing of Namibia. Our private ranch ensures an intimate refuge from the "world", designed with private luxury in mind, escaping into the African bush of an abundance of plain game and more. filled with discovery and unforgettable experiences and life-time memories, assuring a welcome of many more return visits to Baobab Game Ranch.

Mission: To leave each guest with an unforgettable nature experience that alters the course of their life, that nothing will ever be the same again, after having hunted and tracked through the eyes of the Bushman

Wir freuen uns besonders auf Ihren Besuch. Bringen Sie Familie & Jagdfreunde mit, wir plannen Ihnen Ihre Afrika Jagd und Safari Reise..

HALLE 8 STAND 102

Hohe Jagd & Fischerei Messe, Salzburg

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All is green after the drought. We are one of the lucky areas that had some rain and all animals are recovering well.

[02/06/20]   Show time!
Salzburg.. Hohe Jagd
Come and visit our stand/booth
We would love to meet jou!
Where are we...it is very easy to find
Stand 102 in Hall 8
You cannot miss us. The only stand where the light shines like the sun!

[02/06/20]   Messe! Hohe Jagd Salzburg
Wo seid Ihr?
Doch wir sind da!
Hohe Jagd Salzburg
Stand 102 Halle 8
Besuchen Sie uns am Stand;
Wir freuen uns auf ihrem Besuch am Stand!

@Frank Friederich

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[01/25/20]   Wir sind in Dortmund zur Messe: Jagd und Hund
Halle 7 Stand C 44
Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch

We are in Dortmund at the Jagd und Hund Messe
Hall 7 Stand C44
We would love to welcome you at our booth.

Clouds over Baobab. The sun rays are filtering through the thick clouds!
Drumms are still rolling and the pitter-patter of rain is heard every now and again! A Blessing and a relief from the heat and the DRY DRY soil!

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Melodyboy - African Rain

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[11/30/19]   A hugh relief and a present from above!
Rain!
Last night we had a good shower all over the farm.
In 1 week the first green will be seen and the animals will eventually have delicous meals!

The clouds are moving in! They build like endless rows of highly piled ice-cream cones cuddeled together! Slowly the heavenly orchester begins to play the overture to the rain concert! The drumms roll, the wind whissels and the cymbels clash! We anxiously wait for the curtain to rise..........but alas they are only practising at the moment!
We pray and wait for the patter of the rain falling on the tin roof!!
It is hot with 25 degrees C in the mornings, slowly building to 36 during the day!

[11/06/19]   First drops of Rain

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Happy Hunter , Happy PH.

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Mokgweetsi E. K. Masisi

WHY WE LIFTED THE BAN ON ELEPHANT HUNTING.

When my Government announced earlier this week [Thursday, May 23] that Botswana would be lifting its ban on elephant hunting, many people around the world, but especially in the U.S. and the UK, reacted with shock and horror. How could we do such a thing? What could possibly justify the wholesale slaughter of such noble and intelligent creatures? Is it really true that we intend to turn these magnificent animals into dog food?
All of these questions, and many more like them that have been raised in recent days, are understandable—understandable but misguided. The fact is, we in Botswana who live with and alongside the elephants yield to no one in our affection and concern for them, and we would never condone, no less promote, any of the terrible things those questions imply are in the offing. So let me explain what it is we are doing, and why.

To begin with, while it is true that we are lifting the ban on hunting, we are doing so in an extremely limited, tightly controlled fashion. We are not engaging in anything remotely like the culling of our elephant herds, and we are definitely not going to be using any elephants for pet food. Rather, after extensive consultations with local communities, scientists, and leaders of neighboring African states, we decided on a course of action that embodies three guiding principles—the need to conserve Botswana’s natural resources, the need to facilitate human-wildlife co-existence, and the need to promote scientific management of the country’s elephants and other wildlife species.

The hunting ban was originally put in place in 2014, ostensibly as a temporary measure, in response to reports of declines in some animal populations. But Botswana’s elephant population wasn’t at risk. To the contrary, while the number of elephants in all of Africa has been declining, Botswana’s elephant population has been exploding—from 50,000 or so in 1991 to more than 130,000 today—far more than Botswana’s fragile environment, already stressed by drought and other effects of climate change, can safely accommodate.
With elephants moving out of their usual range in search of food and water, there has been a sharp increase in the number of dangerous human-elephant interactions, one result of which has been widespread destruction of crops, livestock, and property. In the north, marauding elephants have slashed maize yields by three-quarters.

As an expert at the World Wildlife Fund recently noted, “A year’s livelihood can be destroyed in one or two nights by crop-raiding elephants.” Even worse, people have been injured and even killed by elephants roaming freely across Botswana’s unfenced parks and rural areas.

Adding to the problem is a sense of deep unhappiness about the hunting ban among rural people who felt they weren’t consulted when the ban was first imposed. Combined with the destructive impact of elephant overpopulation, this has transformed rural people’s traditional concern for wildlife into resentment, leading many to take up poaching.

So this is the problem that lifting the ban seeks to address. It’s not that the ban caused the huge increase in our elephant population. It’s that it has allowed elephants to move with impunity into once-hazardous inhabited areas, thus increasing the number of human-elephant conflicts and, not incidentally, the environmental and economic challenges faced by rural people.

The need to do something about the escalating level of human-elephant conflict was a central theme of the Kasane Elephant Summit I recently hosted for the leaders of Angola, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Collectively, the five southern African countries are home to more than 260 000 elephants in what we call the Kavango Zambezi Trans-frontier Area, and at our meeting we agreed that assuring the future of elephants in our region depends on our ability to ensure that elephants are an economic benefit, not a burden, to those who live side by side with them. To this end, we in Botswana will be encouraging community-based organizations and trusts to emphasize natural-resource conservation and tourism. Thus, we will be allocating more than half the elephant licenses we grant to local communities and instituting a series of strong measures designed to guarantee local people far more than just menial jobs, but rather a significant ownership stake in the tourism industry.

In this way, we will restore the elephant’s economic value of elephants to rural populations. In turn, this will provide local communities with a strong incentive to protect elephants and other wildlife from habitat loss, poaching, and anything else that threatens their survival. In short, as they realize the economic benefits of wildlife resources, local communities will become increasingly committed to sustainable wildlife management and conservation—a commitment that will benefit both Botswana’s people and Botswana’s elephants. #MokgweetsiWaLona #AdvancingTogether #BotswanaLovesHerElephants #SustainableWildConservation #GoMasisi 🇧🇼

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Warthogs still have a bit to feed at the only vlei that receive a bit of rain. Being dry the only refuge the birds have is the bird feed!

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