Aug 18th

2020

CategoryPosted in Conservation Frontlines

Will We Conquer the Virus of Fear and Inertia, One Fine Day?

A professional hunter notes that the current pandemic harbors immense threats for wildlife and wild lands in Africa, and for those businesses with nature at their core. Are we able to seize the opportunities arising in the wake of COVID-19, to safeguard the remaining pockets of wild Africa and create a new understanding for conservationist […]

Aug 14th

2020

CategoryPosted in News

A Unique Upland Hunt in Maine

When it comes to upland hunting, few pursuits are as steeped in tradition as grouse and woodcock hunting in the North Woods of Maine. The romance of following pointing dogs through forests and old farmlands for fleeting chances at challenging birds is what lands this hunt on so many wingshooters’ bucket lists. Leen’s Lodge, on […]

Aug 10th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

Botswana mysterious elephant deaths – the mystery continues…

In my July column I discussed the mysterious deaths of numbers of elephants in the Okavango Delta region of Botswana. The authorities in that country have been rather reticent about releasing any results of the tests conducted on tissue samples from the dead elephants by a number of laboratories in several different countries, which in […]

Aug 6th

2020

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

Largemouth vs. Smallmouth: The Game Fish Species Battle for America’s Favoritism

Which bass species is America’s favorite? When it comes to freshwater fish, arguably no two game fish species are more popular than the largemouth bass and the smallmouth bass. These two iconic fish are probably near solely responsible for the recreational fishing industry being as large and successful as it is today. Both bass species […]

Aug 2nd

2020

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

Capstick Award Nominations Open: Deadline August 25

The Peter Hathaway Capstick Hunting Heritage Award is now open for nominations. DSC members can nominate any individual or organization who meets the criteria of this prestigious award. The ideal candidate is actively dedicated and involved in: •    Hunting •    Education •    Conservation Organizations •    Humanitarian Causes •    Cutting-edge Research If you know of an […]

Aug 1st

2020

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

Bylaws and Policies and Procedures Revisions

As DSC experiences rapid growth in both membership and influence in the international hunting and conservation world, and it is our responsibility to ensure that our bylaws and policies and procedures continue to serve our mission and members. A committee comprised of DSC board members and non-board members was formed to ensure that our bylaws and policies […]

Jul 31st

2020

CategoryPosted in American Hunter

Rites of Passage on the Sands of Africa

A safari with his 11-year-old son offers a father a chance to reflect on a bond that makes any hunt special. The views expressed by the editors, authors or users of this linked article are expressly theirs, and do not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of Dallas Safari Club, its employees, members or assigns. […]

Jul 30th

2020

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

Potential California Ban on Alligator & Crocodile Products Threatens Conservation

.et_post_meta_wrapper California is the only state that intends to prohibit the sale of alligator or crocodile products under an out-dated Penal Code. The ban’s origin dates back to 1967 when there was concern that the American alligator and other species of crocodiles were at risk of extinction. California responded with a law to protect the animal that […]

Jul 29th

2020

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

Wander through western Tanzania

Mike Angelides of McCallum Safaris Tanzania, offers an alluring introduction to western Tanzania. The west of Tanzania is predominately covered with miombo woodland made up of trees in the sub-family Caesalpinoideae, especially species in the genera Brachystegia and Julbernardia. Interspersed within the woodlands are broad, grassy depressions called “mbugas”. These seasonally waterlogged bottomlands can cover […]

Jul 28th

2020

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

House Passes the Great American Outdoors Act

Last week marked an historic day as the House of Representatives passed the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) in a 310-107 vote. The legislation will now go to the President for signature. The GAOA is the single greatest commitment to increasing public access and advancing conservation in our lifetime. This bill provides $900 million annually to the Land […]

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