The Lacey Act – Why We Should Pay Attention

By African Professional Hunters Association The Lacey Act, a conservation law in the USA, was enacted in 1900 to prevent hunters who illegally killed game in one state to transfer it across state lines and escape prosecution. Initially it was meant to address illegal commercial hunting, which, at that time, was decimating wildlife populations.  But […]

On the Hunt for Sustainability: New course explores the role of hunting in conservation

Written by Sarah Fuller Reprinted with permission from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service This spring semester marked the beginning of a unique course opportunity for students within the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to explore wildlife conservation through the lens of a multifaceted practice that has sustained humans for millennia and is foundational to […]

Next Season Starts Now

This article was written by Life Member Billy Kinder, Owner of Kinder Productions, Inc. & Host of Kinder Outdoors-SiriusXM As I exited the woods for the very last time during deer season this year, it had a melancholy feel. Each trip is full of wonder just like that first trip when dad toted me along. […]

On the Road for Roe: from the Larry Weishuhn Series

On the Road for Roe Photos by Larry Weishuhn Outdoors   [author] [author_image timthumb=’on’][/author_image] [author_info]Larry Weishuhn is a widely known writer, speaker, raconteur and world hunter. You can catch his podcast DSC’s Campfires here. [/author_info] [/author]   While Spring may not yet have sprung, it is indeed right around the corner! Time to go hunt […]

Hunt Report and Travel Tips – South Africa

  [box] This article was written by DSC Member Austin Cowan. Here, Austin describes what it was like traveling on his recent buffalo hunt in South Africa and offers great tips for newcomers and pros alike. [/box]  

The MAPLand Act: Bringing Public Land Access into the 21st Century

Digital mapping technologies have become an essential part of a hunter’s toolkit, particularly on public lands across the country. Equipped with only a smartphone or a handheld GPS unit, sportsmen and women can see exactly where they stand relative to landmarks and property boundaries, enabling them to stay safe and legal while afield.

DSC's Jay Cox on Untamed Heritage Podcast

If you listen to the Untamed Heritage Podcast this week, you will hear from a familiar DSC voice! Director of Publications and Editor-in-Chief Jay Cox, PhD, talks with Larry Weishuhn on the importance of story-telling, what it’s like to be a writer and editor, and how YOU can get your story published in DSC’s publications. […]