The Bawa Hunting Concession, Mozambique.

Animal rights groups claim that safari hunting does nothing for wildlife or ecosystems.

The Bawa hunting concession spans almost one million acres across the South bank of Lake Cabora Bassa. It incorporates typical Zambezi valley ecosystems, ranging from cathedral mopane forest and Jesse thickets to riverine woodlands and alluvial floodplains. The area supports healthy populations of elephant, lion, leopard, hippo and buffalo as well as a diverse spread of plains game, including eland, sable and roan antelope.

This short video gives a pictorial overview of the Bawa wilderness area. Without safari hunting here the area would be under the “cow and the plow”, there would be no wildlife at all.