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Check out this adorable black rhino baby!

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“Zooming around at high speed is a favorite pastime of Apollo (black rhino),” read a portion of the caption shared alongside the video. Have you...

How the African Black Rhino came back from extinction

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Between 2012 and 2018, the Black Rhino population across Africa has grown at a modest annual rate of 2.5% from an estimated 4,845 to...

90 Facts About Exotic Hoofstock and Conservation

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You hear a lot of chatter and smack-talk about Texas’ high-fenced ranches and our exotic hoofstock. On a recent MeatEater podcast recorded in Dallas,...

Announcing the First US Based Registry For Fallow Deer

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EWA is excited to announce the first US based registry for Fallow Deer. We are going to make submission of your samples as easy...

The 411 on the Addax Antelope

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Wikipedia have you bored? We’ll help you learn more about the addax antelope without spending hours on Google. The addax is also called the white...

7 Interesting Facts About Waterbuck

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The waterbuck is a large antelope found widely in sub-Saharan Africa. The Defassa Waterbuck is considered threatened in its native land; however, these beautiful animals are thriving on our member's ranches. Our...

Wayne Pacelle & Humane Society of U.S. is No Ally

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It is a well-known fact, in the agriculture world, that Wayne Pacelle, the CEO of one of the most radical animal rights groups known...

Hunters are the Ultimate Conservationists

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  Webster defines a conservationist as “someone who works to protect animals, plants, and natural resources or works to prevent the loss or waste of...

Wildlife Wins Through Conservation

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The Exotic Wildlife Association has just won a huge victory over Friends of Animals, an animal rights group, involving three species that are privately...

Hunting as a Conservation Tool

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Hunting, whether it is done in the remote areas of the world or on private preserves in various countries throughout the world, is a...