This section serves as an archive of articles written on the Red Hawk Adventures Blog organized by topic. For reviews of equipment, gear, and electronics please see the equipment page. Photo and video safaris and tours are located on the video archive page.
Reviews of history and reference books as well as memoirs related to wildlife conservation, Africa, or Asia. Hosted on PoachingFacts.com.
- Birds of South Africa: Fourth Edition by Ian Sinclair
- National Audubon Society Field Guide to African Wildlife by Peter Alden
- The Safari Companion: A Guide to Watching African Mammals by Richard D. Estes
- Walker’s Carnivores of the World by Ronald M. Nowak
Conservation & Anti-Poaching
Analyses and overviews of anti-poaching efforts, related technologies, and the animals affected.
- Conservation: More Than Just Animals
- Fence Lines: Dividing Africa and its Wildlife
- Roles of Anti-Poaching and Conservation as the First Step in Restoring Africa
- Tourist Traps, Wildlife, and Sustainable Tourism
- Tracking Theory: Basics Behind Tracking Humans and Wildlife
- Wildlife Conservation Risks and Rewards: Impediments (Part 1)
How Conservation and Anti-Poaching Works: An in-depth look at the countries, environment, and cultures of regions affected by poaching as well as the way that past and present conservation models work.
- Introduction: The Aspects that Affect Conservation and Anti-Poaching Initiatives - An introductory overview of the politics, people and culture, economy, and scale of operations that affect anti-poaching initiatives.
- Part 1: Land Management & Observation Technology Used in the Field (Coming Soon)
How Products Get Into the Hands of Tourists: A two-part look at how sustainable tourism can change the local economy and reduce poaching of materials and animals for tourist souvenirs and trinkets. Smart tourism can also directly influence illegal trade and labor exploitation, strongly benefitting the long-term health of the region's people and economy.
- Sustainable Tourism and Smart Tourism (Part 1)
- Stolen Goods, Labor Exploitation, and Poaching (Part 2 - Final)
- African Wildlife
- African Sea Eagle (Haliaeetus vocifer)
- African Wild Dogs (Lycaon Pictus)
- The Cheetah of Africa and Asia (Acinonyx jubatus)
- Ellipsen Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus)
- Hyena & Aardwolf (Hyaenidae)
- Leopard: the Prince of Stealth (Panthera Pardus)
- The Lions of the World (Panthera Leo)
- Old World Vultures: Vital to a Healthy Ecosystem
- Pangolin: Eight Species of Armored Mammals (Manis gigantea)
- Warthogs (Phacochoerus africanus): Coming soon!
- White Rhinoceros & Black Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum & Diceros bicornis)
- North American Wildlife
- Red-Tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis)
- Asian Black Bear: Poached and Farmed for Bear Bile (Ursus thibetanus)
- Sea Turtles: Seven Species of Migrating Reptiles
- Tigers of Asia (Panthera Tigris)
Learn & Support
To learn more about the importance of conservation as a method to protect the world’s wildlife and improve standards of living for humans please visit the Objectives page. If you're ready to make a commitment to preserving our wildlife please take a look at the Conservation Organizations & Wildlife Rehabilitation Centers featured on the Conservation Groups page for organizations you can support. If you're ready to get involved in your own adventure then jump over to the Get Involved page.