Media, and especially independent journalism, is getting harder than ever before.
However, at The Outdoor Journal, we have endeavored to bring you high-quality journalism and editorial insight from around the world. We always do our best to take a step back, and publish considered content that always attempts to acknowledge both sides of a story. The response to this approach is always strong and is reflected in the stories that we present below, as the biggest and often most read articles on OutdoorJournal.com in 2020. 1. Rolex vs.
Zambia’s wildlife is incredible, diverse, and under threat. Consumption of bush meat and trafficking in wildlife products are reaching an all-time high.
The struggles of Africa’s $39.2 billion tourism industry sector could cause extreme poverty, lead to an increase in poaching and severely impact wildlife populations.
As the world's press, focuses on Asia, the U.S. and Europe, Sarah Kingdom gives us another perspective on the Coronavirus from the heart of the African safari industry.
Impalila Island, flanked on the north by the Zambezi River and to the south by the Chobe River, is home to some spectacular wildlife. It was also home to my family, for a couple of magic days.
Sarah Kingdom takes us across the Zambezi River and into Botswana. Driving past the well visited national parks, and onto the huge Central Kalahari Game Reserve.