Jofie’s Safari Journal

The killer

The killer

By Jofie Lamprecht   The killer’s eyes lock onto the prey. The observers collectively hold their breaths – will this be the moment they have been waiting for? Cameras clutched tightly for the prized photo of the trip. A quick advance of the stalk. Breathless anticipation in the air. The antelope is clueless to the […]

HUNTING THE AFRICAN BUFFALO – edited Peter Flack

NATURE’S DEBT COLLECTOR – THE SIX SUBSPECIES   The object has been to provide the reader with all the information it is possible to glean from a book about all the different buffalo subspecies in Africa and how to go about hunting them. To this end, there are articles by hunters of yesteryear, top professional […]

Oct17 Safari Journal with Jofie Lamprecht

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Value of trophy hunting in Namibia’s economy

Approximately N$ 100 million generated by trophy hunting industry in communal conservancies per year in the primary sector. These funds go directly to the communities.   Approximately N$ 450 million is generated from hunting on private game farms per year in the primary sector.   The Namibian government earns approximately N$ 10 million from trophy […]

A letter to Mr. Derek Joubert

A letter to Mr. Derek Joubert

by Jofie Lamprecht   Taken from a Facebook post: Sound bites from filmmaker Derek Joubert.   This is not an attack. This is a debate, and I believe that these questions need answers:   “Show me a piece of hunting land and give me the balance sheet of what it really earns for that nation […]

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Sept17 Safari Journal with Jofie Lamprecht

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I would prefer to be hunted – a response to the Movie ‘Trophy’

By Professional Hunter Jofie Lamprecht The world has seen the public release of the movie ‘Trophy’ on 8 September 2017 (USA). I have seen only the trailer, not the movie because we are a little behind in 3rd world Africa. Social media has lit up against hunters and hunting. Wildlife conservation. Legalization of trade or […]

The Wildlife Gallery Taxidermy Price List

Charlotte Catlin The Wildlife Gallery Studio Manager and Sales char@thewildlifegallery.com Cell; 989-621-2356 Office: 989-561-5369 Charlotte Catlin The Wildlife Gallery Studio Manager and Sales char@thewildlifegallery.com Cell; 989-621-2356 Office: 989-561-5369

Legalization of trade in rhino horn in Namibia. The only way to save a species

  1977 CITES banned all rhino horn trade. Since then African countries with rhino populations have decreased from 33 to 10. 5 of these countries have less than 300 rhino. Demand for rhino horn (and elephant ivory) in South-East Asia has been there since the beginning of recorded time. This demand will not go away. […]

Photography by: Jofie Lamprecht