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In every edition is to be found a lead article on an important aspect of the wildlife industry as well as an article on a specific animal - including small game, big game and carnivores. Also a nature article (scientific cum popular) on South Africa's plant life and/or geographical features. WILD & JAG is 20 jaar oud! WILD & JAG vier vanjaar sy 20-jarige bestaan en is onlosmaaklik met die Suid-Afrikaanse wildbedryf verbind. Hoofredakteur Jan van der Walt kyk terug oor wat die afgelope twee dekades bereik is Luiperd (Panthera pardus) Luiperds op ’n wildplaas se waarde word dikwels onderskat. Daar is ’n groeiende tendens om luiperds as ’n bate op ’n wildplaas te beskou wat herhaaldelik benut kan word, veral vir toerisme Blaser R8 Professional Success Cutting-edge technology and ergonomic perfection make the Blaser R8 Professional Success the perfect hunting companion. It boasts a modular system that makes the Blaser rifles really outstanding Wildlife, hunting and the state of conservation in South Africa Strong government support for the sustainable utilisation of wildlife through hunting and game farming needs to be nurtured and strengthened by ongoing collaboration and communication SA hunting industry: What is the current status? Prof Peet van der Merwe, attached to the research area Tourism Research in Economic Environs and Society, North-West University, highlights the current status of hunting in South Africa

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