DSC supports the efforts of The Mule Deer Foundation in bringing resources needed to the west Texas mule deer population. The upcoming guzzler project is in need of volunteers! Check out the details and consider helping out to keep our wildlife healthy for future generations to enjoy. Texas Big Bend October 23rd & 24rd, 2015 Come [...]
By Terry L. Anderson The recent attack on hunting resulting from the illegal and unethical killing of a Zimbabwe lion (note that I avoid personifying him) is not the first time so-called animal welfare groups have used headlines to thwart sensible wildlife management. In 2011 PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) discovered [...]
Following a meeting by Zimbabwe National Parks with their Hunting and Tourism industry, the Director-General released the following statement. This report is good news for DSC members headed to Zimbabwe.
By Dave Fulson, Chifuti Safaris and Safari Classics Productions Originally published in Sports Afield Magazine As a safari operator and booking agent, hunting conventions are my link to clients who want more than phone time when planning their next adventure. Yes, we attend several each year, but for the following reasons, our team considers the [...]
DALLAS – Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) leaders in the U.S. House of Representatives on July 23 introduced the Sportsmen’s Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Enhancement Act to enhance hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreational opportunities. DSC is cheering the introduction of H.R. 3173 and urging vocal support. “This bill contains important measures for conservation,” [...]
DALLAS – DSC is a financial supporter of lion conservation efforts by Oxford University, the prestigious institution responsible for collaring and studying the lion infamously poached near Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. In 2013-14, DSC awarded $20,000 in grants to Oxford for lion initiatives in and around Ruaha National Park in Tanzania. In a grant [...]