DSC News Center

Jun 30th

2020

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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 6th

2020

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Immediate Action Alert: The Great American Outdoors Act (S.3422)

.et_post_meta_wrapper Please call your Senator and tell them to support The Great American Outdoors Act. Below are talking points to use. Provides funds for deferred maintenance backlog on federal public lands and water ways. Provides funding for the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Provides $900 million annually […]

May 24th

2020

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DSC Joins Campaign to Stay Safe in the Outdoors

.et_post_meta_wrapper Hunters and outdoor enthusiasts challenged by stay-at-home orders know that going outside is still a possibility. Favorite activities such as hunting, fishing, shooting, cycling, hiking, nature watching, even running can be done responsibly, with an eye to stopping the spread of coronavirus. A new media campaign #ResponsibleRecreation aims to encourage outdoor recreation and proper […]

May 5th

2020

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Hunters and COVID-19

DSC Executive Director Corey Mason has a message for our members and friends. He talks about how every hunter can have a positive effect on the hunting industry. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve both at home and around the world, it is clear that the related health concerns are matched in severity with […]

Apr 25th

2020

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The State of DSC During The Pandemic

Despite numerous hurdles during the 2020 quarantine, DSC and its staff has continued to fulfill the mission of conservation, education, and protecting hunters’ rights. Executive Director Corey Mason shares they continue to make progress for the upcoming convention and the fight for wildlife worldwide.

Apr 23rd

2020

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DSC Supports Increased Access to Public Lands

.et_post_meta_wrapper DSC applauds the efforts of the Trump Administration and the U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt to increase recreational access on public lands. Bernhardt announced a historic proposal for new and expanded hunting and fishing opportunities across more than 2.3 million acres at 97 national wildlife refuges and 9 national fish hatcheries. This […]

Apr 13th

2020

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COVID-19: What Hunters Can Do Right Now

.et_post_meta_wrapper This is an unprecedented time in the world, and all walks of life have been affected, including the hunting industry. When you stop to think about it, our industry has many components and supports the overall global economy in obvious and not-so-obvious ways. The concession fees must be paid, camps and equipment must be […]

Feb 27th

2020

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DSC’s Response to UK Call for Evidence on Trophy Imports/Exports

.et_post_meta_wrapper Please see DSC’s submission in response to the UK Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs’ call for evidence on the impact of trophy imports and exports. The case for legal, regulated hunting as a conservation tool is well-established worldwide and there is no place for restrictions on any matters seeking to undermine hunting. […]

Aug 7th

2019

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Welcome Newest DSC Chapter in Southeast U.S.

DSC is delighted to welcome its newest Chapter − DSC Georgia. Based in Atlanta, this enthusiastic group brings years of experience in the outdoor industry and will no doubt be a conservation leader in the Southeast. The chapter’s initial membership ranges from well-known outfitters to Weatherby Award recipients and is led by the highly regarded […]

Aug 3rd

2019

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DSC Statement in Opposition to H.R. 2245

Statement for the Record by Corey Mason, Executive Director of the Dallas Safari Club Chairman Grijalva, Ranking Member Bishop, and Members of the Committee, the Dallas Safari Club (DSC) strongly opposes the passage of H.R. 2245, the “Conserving Ecosystems by Ceasing the Importation of Large Animal Trophies Act.”  This bill solely represents an attempt to […]

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