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DSC & John Banovich – Partners in Conservation

Banovich, a long-time donor, exhibitor and supporter of Dallas Safari Club is pleased to share their 2021 Collection and offer a part of the proceeds to benefit the Dallas Safari Club Foundation.

Go to www.johnbanovich.com to view the art available for this benefit.   Some of the art items included are:  Cat in a Corkwood and We Three Kings II (limited edition giclee’).

This is a chance to purchase a beautiful piece of art and benefit the DSC Foundation.

We appreciate your support.  read more…

South African Panel Releases Report on Elephant, Lion, Leopard and Rhinoceros Management

South African Panel Releases Report on Elephant, Lion, Leopard and Rhinoceros Management

When South Africa’s Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, Barbara Creecy, released the report from her High-Level Panel, the news broke on their recommendation to halt the captive breeding of lions, keeping lions in captivity, and using captive lions or their derivatives commercially. In addition to this proposal, there are several other recommendations involving organizing protected areas, increasing involvement of the communities living with the discussed species, simplifying legislative and policy processes, and more in the wildlife sector. Continue reading about the Panel’s recommendations and Minister Creecy’s plan as reported by South African News below.

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The Proposed Closures of Caribou Hunting on Some Federal Lands Isn’t Based on Population Declines—It’s About Human Conflicts

This article was written by Tyler Freel and was originated published on Outdoorlife.com.

Would you believe that one tele-meeting on April 23 stands between would-be caribou and moose hunters and their access to nearly 60 million acres of public federal land in Northwest Alaska? It’s an issue that hasn’t made waves until now, but it’s one hunters should know about. read more…

Is Hunting Conservation?

As you have probably noticed, we heavily promote the idea that hunting is conservation. It seems, to me, to be a concept beyond question. Somewhat surprisingly, there are some within the ranks of hunters, and many from the ranks of anti-hunting ideologues, who dispute the assertion.

Similarly, we believe that hunters are conservationists. Again, that seems pretty obvious, but it is not universally accepted. read more…

 

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