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Jul 3rd

2020

CategoryPosted in Conservation Frontlines

Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa 2015: Garth Owen-Smith

Garth Owen-Smith was awarded the 2015 Prince William Award for Conservation in Africa in recognition of his lifetime contribution to the restoration and conservation of wildlife in Namibia. This film is about the work of Garth and Margaret as the architects of community conservation and their combined efforts to position Namibia’s approach to conservation as […]

Jun 30th

2020

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

Act Now: New Zealand Tahr Facing Immediate Eradication

The New Zealand Department of Conservation (DOC) is moving towards the culling of all Tahr in the New Zealand National Parks if an injunction does not come into effect. This overreach by the New Zealand DOC will effectively end recreational Tahr hunting. This will dramatically impact the New Zealand economy as well as the wildlife biodiversity within the […]

Jun 27th

2020

CategoryPosted in All Outdoor

What’s in Your Attic? Collecting Hunting and Fishing Memorabilia

I have long been a collector of what many folks would call just plain old junk. Having grown up in an outdoor family I learned to hunt, fish, and trap at a young age. With that goes a steady and growing supply of all the odds and ends that it takes to harvest game and […]

Jun 24th

2020

CategoryPosted in News

CIC Partners with DSC

  .entry-header The International Council for Game and Wildlife Conservation (CIC) and Dallas Safari Club (DSC) signed a joint Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), formalizing their partnership to benefit wildlife conservation, and support sustainable wildlife use and the livelihoods of rural and Indigenous people. This partnership provides the opportunity to leverage the combined reach and influence […]

Jun 24th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

On safari with… John Oosthuizen

The Oosthuizen family arrived in the Cape Colony from Holland in 1671. The name featured prominently in two of the great events in South African history: the Great Trek of 1836 when the Boers migrated away from the British-controlled Cape and headed east and north-east; and in the second Boer War (1899-1902) when the two […]

Jun 21st

2020

CategoryPosted in Sportsmen's Alliance

Pennsylvania Moves to Protect Sportsmen and Businesses

Legislation that would deem sportsmen and hunting clubs, gun and ammunition stores and shooting ranges as life sustaining is quickly moving through the Pennsylvania legislature. This designation would allow these businesses and organizations to operate during a public health crisis and throughout the state’s ongoing stay-at-home orders. House Bill 2440 was recently approved by the […]

Jun 18th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

On safari with… Stephen Bann

I was born in 24 August 1977 in Bloemfontein, Orange Free State. (Now the Free State.) Since I can remember my dad and I went hunting in the June school holidays in the Dwaalboom area. We stayed in a small bungalow without electricity or running water, and every evening we boiled water on the fire […]

Jun 15th

2020

CategoryPosted in Sports Afield

Big-Game Rifles for Women

Women shoot better with rifles that fit them well, just as men do. One interesting fact often lost in the pessimism about declining hunting license sales is that the number of women hunters continues to rise. About 20 percent of Americans who buy hunting licenses are now female, and in some parts of the country, […]

Jun 12th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

On safari with… Ryan Phelan

I was born in Pietermaritzburg in 1980. My parents, Paul and Jan, were living in Lotheni in the Drakensberg at the time, working in conservation for the Natal Parks Board. Therefore, my home has always been the bush, and for this I am ever grateful. With experiences in game reserves in Northern Zululand where my […]

Jun 11th

2020

CategoryPosted in News

Dallas Safari Club Pushes for Expanded Hunting and Fishing Access

DSC supports the USFWS proposed additions and revisions to station-specific regulations that would expand hunting and fishing opportunities on National Wildlife Refuges (NWR) and National Fish Hatcheries (NFH). This proposal expands access to an additional 2.3 million acres of public land, supports the sustainable use of migratory birds and resident wildlife, and generates billions of dollars annually for state fish and […]

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