The excitement is building for the 43rd Annual SCI Convention and Ultimate Hunter’s Market. Once again, Jim Shockey will be presenting his popular seminar; Hunting the World. This one hour seminar will focus on Jim’s latest and greatest hunting adventures from around the world, with exclusive behind the scenes action from hunts on five continents.
Jim illustrates this action packed seminar with as-it-happened video and explains what it takes physically and mentally to handle the challenges of extreme weather conditions, difficult shots and the political and environmental dangers that are part of hunting in some of the most remote and inhospitable places on earth. Don’t miss this exciting seminar! Seats fill up fast – Register today!
Get ready to be amazed!
The 43rd Annual Safari Club International Convention and Ultimate Hunter’s Market is shaping up to be more exciting than ever!
Last February, Attendees could see more than 1,100 exhibitors from around the world, chat with outfitters about the hunts they sell, and shop from a wide variety of hunting and luxury products. Members could also see the finest wildlife taxidermy and diorama work and art displayed by the world’s most renowned wildlife artists. Continue reading
Snow drifted on a lazy westerly across the moors. “Colder tomorrow,” grunted Oliver. “Unusual.”
We’d seen none of our quarry. Rabbits and lanky European hares darted across fallow fields spackled by an earlier storm. Pheasants — hardy, wily, lucky survivors of past driven shoots –strutted through sorghum and stubble. They rocketed, cackling, from hedgerows and thundered from arboreal roosts shared by wood pigeons. “Foxes nab those birds so foolish as to overnight in fields,” said Oliver. “We’ve lots of foxes.” Continue reading
Editor’s note: On Fridays we search the extensive Safari Magazine archives for a story from our past. This week, we join Greg Hines and his son on a hunt for a very tough leopard in Tanzania circa 1986. This story originally appeared in the November/December 1986 issue of Safari Magazine.
While hunting the Selous district of Tanzania with my son Brad and professional hunter Ndonde we came across the fresh kill of a leopard. It appeared the leopard had made the kill as recently as that morning and had dragged it up a nearby tree. The leopard had eaten very Continue reading