Rowland Ward is delighted to announce that we have added a new official measurer in Tajikistan, Mr. Rasul Zikrov. He is a student of biology and is employed by Association of Nature Conservation Organizations in Tajikistan (ANCOT), an organization that works throughout the country making local communities aware of the valuable wildlife resources … Continue reading Rowland Ward Welcomes New Measurer
Why Rowland Ward does not accept animals from game-breeding facilities for the record book. Please click here for full page.
Rowland Ward re-measures a magnificent Marco Polo sheep head that dates from 1944. Click here for full page.
Proposed ban on trophy hunting imports ignores African perspectives and could reverse conservation gains, says open letter Click here for full story.
The 130-year-old organization is now officially a non-profit foundation.
Whether they're long, short, or deformed, the tusks of various species are a fascinating phenomenon.
Rules and standards may vary, but ultimately it comes down to our own personal ethics.
Rowland Ward explains its position on the shooting of captive-bred lions and other predators in Africa.
New Nimrod Center highlights the crucial link between hunting, fishing, and conservation. The important work of helping non-hunters understand the importance of sportsmen-funded wildlife management just got a big boost. A groundbreaking new Center dedicated to educating the public on the values of recreational hunting and fishing has been established through an endowment from Alan … Continue reading Reaching Out
By Harley McAllister and Corey Ellis Under what circumstances is the killing of an animal ethical when the primary motivation is not consumption? This is a tricky issue, and all the more so due to the attention it receives in the mainstream press. In the first installment of this two-part series, we defined three … Continue reading Considering the Ethics of Trophy Hunting: Part 2