Of Hunters and Men: Some notes about hunting, Africa, and the future. by James Field
This book considers some of the human-originated problems that presently beset wildlife in sub-Saharan Africa and lightly touches on some of that continent's colonial history. It also considers some of the reasons why hunting should not always be regarded in a negative light. Data condensed from several sources shows how current influences are affecting Africa's animals and their habitat leading one to conclude that its extraordinary human population growth rate could soon lead to the destruction of the world's most precious wildlife in the not-so distant future and he puts forward some suggestions as to how the decline might be slowed.