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International Campaign Against Canned Hunting
Animal advocacy NGO focused on exposing and closing down the canned lion hunting industry in South Africa.
Short educational video by CACH
Some Conservationists think that canned hunting can simply be regulated, not banned. https://www.cannedlion.org/content/can-canned-hunting-be-regulated-rather-banned
You can read more about canned hunting at https://www.cannedlion.org/blog
Very important reading
You can also invited, to read number 1-6 on page https://plus.google.com/113295924833137559344/posts/P86QP4nJQ1C
Here is a highlight of 7-11
- Trophy hunting is also a major cause of lion numbers declining, especially since the trophy hunter always wants the magnificent pride male, and once he has been removed, pride cohesion breaks down, with competing males killing all the cubs. It has been estimated that it can take 7 years before that pride can recover fully from the killing of the pride male.
- Because hunters have wiped out so many wild lions there is a demand for a constant supply of living targets and lion farming has increased dramatically in South Africa.
- In the last fifteen years the number of captive lions in S.A. has increased from almost zero to over 8000. That is twice as many as there are wild lions (4000)
- Lion farmers grow out lions for at least three years before they reach huntable size. To help pay the cost of rearing lions, lion farmers rent out their cubs to be played with by tourists. And they take in volunteers who pay to be allowed to work at a lion farm (deceitfully described usually as a lion sanctuary)
- What you can do to help the African lion:-
- Cub petting - Do not patronise any tourist resort where cub-petting is allowed.
- Volunteers - Do not volunteer at any facility where breeding of lions takes place. If there are cubs then it is a lion farm breeding centre.
Some more articles online
https://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2013/jun/03/canned-hunting-lions-bred-slaughter Posted: 03/06/2013
-Canned hunting': the lions bred for slaughter
Canned Hunts discussed with Chris Mercer on UrbanJunglesRadio
Published on Jan 15, 2014
The above article, also includes a video clip and there is over 710 comments to the article
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/05/canned-lion-hunting-video-south-africa_n_3386878.html Posted: 06/05/2013
If you still need more motivation, then please read
The latest article at https://www.cannedlion.org Very important reading
31 MAY 2015 -PHASA- Let's put the lid on wild tales of canned hunting
"It is unfortunate, however, that some want to throw the baby out with the bathwater, penalising legal operators because of the illegal actions of the few." Link to the info
Cached Copy -Link to the info
21 July 2015 -What is canned lion hunting? Activists, industry, government disagree
From the activists' point of view if a lion is bred in highly unnatural and stressful conditions to be hunted, with no survival skills for in the wild, then it doesn't really stop being canned lion hunting just because the area it was shot in was fairly big and it wasn't under the influence of tranquilisers.
In other words, "While government appears intent on reforming and sanitising the business of breeding and hunting lions, critics want to see it dismantled altogether" according to the Conservation Action Trust. Link to the info
Very, very bad news ;(
The rights of lions in Africa, needs urgent improvement!!!
21 July 2015 -Death of Zimbabwe’s Best-Loved Lion Ignites Debate on Sport Hunting
"Zimbabwe’s most well-known and much-photographed black-maned lion, affectionately named Cecil, was killed by sport hunters just outside the nation’s premier wildlife park, Hwange." Link to the info
Care Petition site:https://www.thepetitionsite.com/779/071/794/banned-lions-bred-to-be-shot-in-south-africas-canned-hunting-industry/?cid=FB_TAF
Signature goal: 100,000
Signatures, only 14,653+ so far.
South Africa: No More Canned Hunts! - https://theanimalrescuesite.greatergood.com/clickToGive/ars/petition/CannedHunting#MtelFx9Ye8DchevL.01
Signature goal: 80,000
Signatures, only 58,956+ so far.
27,473 signers. This petition has been closed by its creator
2. https://www.change.org/petitions/save-african-lions-from-extinction-by-listing-them-as-an-endangered-species Confirmed victory
This petition made change with 191,588 supporters!