In this episode, we delve into the world of Africa, conservation, hunting, and thrilling adventures with our guest, Sue Tidwell. Sue is the author of ‘Cries of the Savanah.’ The book takes us on an African adventure story told through the eyes of a non-hunter who takes us on a captivating journey through her experiences and insights.
In this interview, Sue shares her deep connection with Africa and her passion for conservation. She discusses the importance of conserving the continent’s rich biodiversity and the challenges safeguarding its unique ecosystems. From her encounters with majestic wildlife to witnessing the effects of poaching, Sue offers a firsthand account of the realities on the ground and emphasizes the need for sustainable practices.
Hunting, a contentious topic, is also explored as Sue sheds light on the responsible and ethical approach to hunting in Africa. She delves into the intricacies of regulated hunting programs that contribute to wildlife management and conservation efforts. Listeners gain a fresh perspective on this controversial subject and a deeper understanding of the complex dynamics between hunting and conservation.
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