Yesterday, the Sportsmen’s Alliance, together with Michigan Bear Hunters Association, Upper Peninsula Bear Houndsmen Association and Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association, filed a pair of petitions under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) on gray wolves. One petition is to recognize and delist a Western Great Lakes Distinct Population […]
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) and its Chapters and Affiliates flash-raised $274,000 to fund a multi-jurisdictional Dall’s sheep project as part of the Carcross Cross-Border Sheep Project initiative. The appeal came during the final evening of a two-day WSF Chapter & Affiliate (C&A) Summit held in Rapid City, South Dakota, hosted by the Midwest Chapter […]
After around 730 days, New Zealand will be reopening its borders to tourism in April and May. Below is the release from New Zealand’s Tourism Industry body. Kia ora, TIA is grateful that the Government has listened to our advocacy on behalf of our members and brought forward the border reopening dates. Tourism operators can look […]
Section 436 of the House Interior Appropriations Legislation PULLED from Consideration in the Omnibus Appropriations Bill for FY22 Section 436–a provision in the House-passed version of the Interior Appropriations bill–has been pulled from consideration in the Omnibus legislation being considered today. This is a significant victory for the hunting and conservation community and is a testament […]
In July 2017, Namibia Professional Hunting Association presented a new Trophy Measurement System to the Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism. In 2020, Namibia Professional Hunting Association began the Age Related Trophy (ART) Measurement System, “creating incentives to hunt truly old animals past their prime and to discourage the hunting of immature animals altogether. It […]
DSC lauds the Biden Administration for standing by the previous Administration’s decision to remove the gray wolf of endangered species protections. The Biden Administration argues that the move was backed by sound science, even though it is being fought by conservationists in court. DSC supports this decision.
(Jan. 13, 2021 – DALLAS) — DSC has big plans for its 2021 Convention, Reflections, which will be held virtually February 10-14. DSC looks forward to this digital reunion of the hunting and conservation community until all can meet in Dallas again. There are many ways to get involved with the virtual event. DSC’s evening auctions […]
(DALLAS, August 10, 2020) DSC is deeply saddened to learn of the helicopter crash at the Black Gap Wildlife Management Area (WMA) that took the lives of three Wildlife Division staff. The team working for Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) was conducting aerial surveys for desert bighorn sheep. The victims include Wildlife Biologist Dewey […]