Over the last five years, DSC and the DSC Foundation have granted more than $5 million for wildlife conservation, public education and hunter advocacy causes worldwide.
In light of this weekend’s burning of $105 million of ivory by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, DSC holds steadfast in its long-term opposition to the destruction of ivory as a means to combat…..
DSC submitted its official comment yesterday in response to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s call for comments regarding the future of the African elephant.
DSC applauds the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on a report that educates European decision makers and the public on the benefits of trophy hunting.
Millions of sportsman across the nation will be asked to demand that the six presidential candidates state their position on the future of Alaska’s Pebble Mine.
Attendees from around the world, united in their appreciation for wildlife and hunting’s crucial role in conservation, helped the 2016 DSC Convention continue its record-breaking ways with…..
Less than a month remains until the start of the 2016 DSC convention and expo – Texas’ biggest showcase of hunting, sporting and outdoor adventure – which returns to the Kay Bailey Hutchison…..
No stranger to the outdoor industry and the world of conservation, Rappleye most recently worked for Safari Club International as the group’s Field Operations Manager.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department-mandated killing and post-mortem study of deer potentially exposed to Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) illustrates an urgent need for the use of live…..
Misinformation and emotion, not science or common sense, seem to be influencing this unnecessary air freight bans on hunted trophies…
DSC is a financial supporter of lion conservation efforts by Oxford University, the prestigious institution responsible for collaring and studying the lion infamously poached near Hwange National…..
An international assembly of conservationists representing 86 countries has been selected to receive highest award given by DSC.
For the third straight year, DSC has granted more than $1 million for wildlife conservation, public education and hunter advocacy causes worldwide.
With only four dissenting votes, a bill offering constitutional protections for hunting and fishing in Texas easily passed both chambers of the state legislature and will next appear on the…..
Seventeen months after DSC’s controversial black rhino auction, the actual hunt ended in Namibia this week when the hunter killed a bull that scientists had identified as an impediment to the…..
DSC has been formally admitted as a new member of the IUCN, the United Nations’ International Union for the Conservation of Nature.
Next time you hear about poachers slaughtering rhinos in Namibia, thank PETA. PETA’s lawsuit is blocking critical Rhino Conservation Funding for Rhino populations protection….
A bill offering constitutional protections for hunting and fishing in Texas has passed the state Senate by a vote of 27-3 – well above the two-thirds majority required for passage…
A Texas hunter has received from the U.S. government a permit to bring home the taxidermy from a planned hunt for a black rhino in Namibia.
Hunting and fishing is a fundamental right which Texans hold dear, and ensuring our future generations of Texans access to this tradition is essential…
Boone and Crockett Club past president Dr. James Henry “Red” Duke of Houston has received the highest award given by the Dallas Safari Club (DSC).
Responding to a heartfelt appeal for youth outdoor education, DSC convention goers on Saturday night raised $1 million in about 60 seconds.
More than 500 items were auctioned at DSC’s annual convention and expo; each generating vital funding for conservation, but the news media focused on one item that wasn’t sold.
The U.S. government is deciding whether an American hunter should be allowed to bring home the taxidermy from a tentatively planned black rhino hunt in Namibia…
A bill filed today in the Texas legislature proposes constitutional protections for hunting and fishing.
The Dallas Safari Club (DSC) convention and expo – Texas’ biggest showcase of hunting, sporting and outdoor adventure – is set for Jan. 15-18.
A new television series launched this summer with sponsorship from Dallas Safari Club (DSC), “Jim Shockey’s UNCHARTED” reached the most viewers of any show on Outdoor Channel.
Tanzanian wildlife officials are partnering with the Dallas Safari Club (DSC) to teach hunting guides how to field-judge and age African lions.
Dallas Safari Club is ramping up for the 2015 edition of its annual convention and expo. Organizers say event registrations and hotel reservations are moving ahead of last year’s record pace…
The USFWS will wait to “re-evaluate” a controversial new policy on elephant hunting, but DSC worrys that political gamesmanship in America is already compromising sustainable elephant management in Africa.
Tanzanian wildlife officials have revoked all hunting licenses and concessions for Green Mile Safari Co for violations in hunting ethics and laws.
The DSC has announced that nominations are currently being accepted through July 30 for a prestigious award that recognizes significant contributions to wildlife and habitat conservation.
On Feb. 5 the Senate passed the Sportsmen’s Heritage And Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act with strong support from the DSC and many other sporting and conservation organizations.
We believe in using scientific resources and data to prove that this arbitrary and capricious ban is actually hurting elephant conservation, not helping it. We believe the ban should be, reversed as soon as possible…
The Dallas Safari Club is continuing its financial support of a Texas A&M University effort to build a DNA repository of African game species.
Every hunter who supports science-based wildlife conservation and management has reason for concern about the Obama administration’s recent ban on importing lawfully hunted elephant trophies…
DSC has more than doubled its annual grant totals since 2010.
Dallas Safari Club has joined several partners on a conservation project expected to benefit thirsty wildlife across a broad area of west Texas’ extremely arid Big Bend region.
DSC has purchased the insurance policies and covered 100 percent of the premiums since 2005. Each policy is worth $10,000.
On April 4 2014, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that African elephants hunted in Tanzania and Zimbabwe in 2014 may not be imported to the U.S…