Conservation Perspective – Robin Hurt
When hunting is removed from an area, the rural African is left with no choice. This excellent piece follows the decisions that must be made when this valuable asset is banned.
Today, with the guidance and direction of Education Coordinator Scot McClure, OTF has established the OA education program in more than 500 schools across 35 states. OTF provides curriculum and equipment grants to schools who have adopted Outdoor Adventures as well as providing avenues for teacher training and workshops without charge. With about
Thanks to the volunteer efforts of the DSC 100, the Fall SAFETY Extravaganza introduces the shooting sports and field safety to a new batch of future outdoorsmen and women every year.
The SAWC is taking fantastic efforts to ensure the future of the wildlife of Southern Africa.
It has never been more apparent than it is today that local communities are the key to the future of wildlife conservation. How will they be motivated to protect the game? By bringing them value. We salute President Masisi for his decisions that benefit both the people and wildlife of Botswana.
"The callous willingness to situationally ignore science and bend to the pressure of anti-hunting NGO's must be challenged and changed." There were some overwhelming patterns at the recent CITES conference of the parties. DSC Executive Director Corey Mason sat down to tell us his thoughts.
The difference between the pro-hunting versus anti-hunting argument comes down to a mindset, one driven by ideology, the other backed by science.
The wildlife policies by countries who live with the game should be supported, not undermined, in the name of the animal rights agenda.
The future is upon us. The fate of the world's wildlife and the role the hunter-conservationist plays in that future hangs in the balance. The time for action is now.