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The Peter Hathaway Capstick Hunting Heritage Award Committee has opened nominations until August 25.
Each year the Capstick Award honors and recognizes an individual or organization whose achievements reveal a sustained and significant contribution to the conservation of wildlife and habitat. read more…
Do you know a DSC youth member who has been on two international hunts or four major North American hunts outside of their resident state?
That youth might be eligible for the Colin Caruthers Young Hunter Award! read more…
A note on travel updates from our friends in Alaska read more…
DSC has decided to postpone the S.A.F.E.T.Y. Extravaganza to Fall 2021.
This decision was made in collaboration with Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation, with the health and wellbeing of students, parents and volunteers in mind. We are working with OTF to explore potential alternatives to support their students this year – stay tuned for information regarding 2020 support activities if arranged.
If you have any questions, please contact Nate Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org or at the DSC office at 972-980-9800. We look forward to seeing you in 2021 at the S.A.F.E.T.Y. Extravaganza.
DSC’s Conservation Trailblazer Award
Deadline September 1
By Emmanuel Koro
Johannesburg, 22 July 2020
Observers worldwide are appalled by the proposed British Government anti-trophy hunting imports Bill.
They are concerned that the ban will cause much greater harm to the continent’s wildlife, including lions, elephants and rhinos than does poaching.
SADC rural communities, conservationists, safari hunting and international environmental conservation organisations said that if the British Government “were to introduce a trophy hunting imports Bill to Parliament in September this year, it would have made one of the worst mistakes in Africa that is almost as harmful as its colonial misdeeds.” read more…
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 included banning the importation or distribution of alligators and crocodiles in the state. read more…
"Dallas Safari Club, through its Foundation, funds conservation grants annually: elephant and lion projects in Africa, desert bighorn sheep restoration in North America, anti-poaching projects and more"