ALDF Calls For Revocation Of Palmer's Dental LicenseA national nonprofit for the defense of animals is calling for a local dentist to lose his license to practice. The Animal Legal Defense Fund filed a complaint with the Minnesota Board of Dentistry against Dr. Walter Palmer.
Vandals Attack Vacation Home Of Dentist Who Killed CecilPolice in southwest Florida say vandals spray painted the words "lion killer" on the garage door of the vacation home owned by a Minnesota dentist who has been identified as the hunter who killed Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwean Trial Of Guide In Cecil Killing Is PostponedThe trial in Zimbabwe of a professional hunter who helped an American kill a popular lion named Cecil in an allegedly illegal hunt in Zimbabwe was postponed Wednesday to Sept. 28.
Toymaker Creates 'Cecil The Lion' Beanie BabyThe toy maker Ty has created a special 'Cecil the Lion' Beanie Baby and the proceeds will benefit conservation efforts.
Q&A On Possible Extradition For Dentist Who Killed LionZimbabwe has called for an American dentist who killed a lion that was lured out of a national park and caused international outrage to be extradited and face as-yet filed charges. But it isn't clear whether Walter James Palmer, a 55-year-old from Minnesota, can be extradited or, if so, can fight having to go back to the African nation. Palmer has said he relied on his guides to ensure the hunt was legal.
Palmer Contacts U.S. Fish & Wildlife, Zimbabwe Seeks His ExtraditionFor years Walter Palmer trophy hunted around the world, with few people outside his circles taking notice. But on July 1, when he shot a male lion outside a Zimbabwe National Park, he became the center of heated protest around the world.
Rep For Hunter Who Killed Lion Contacts U.S. Fish & WildlifeThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says that they have established contact with a representative the Minnesota dentist who killed a well-known lion. Bloomington dentist Walter Palmer ignited a storm of controversy by killing the prized lion Cecil in Africa earlier this month.
Big Game Trophy Hunters Defend Their PassionOf the nearly 570,000 licensed hunters in Minnesota, fewer than two-tenths of 1 percent will pursue Africa's exotic game.