Botswana Seeks To Change “Conservation Conversation” On Lifted Hunting Suspension

It is critical that the Conservation Conversation always include people as much as it does wildlife. This was the overarching message from Botswana Minister of Environment Natural Resources and Conservation and Tourism Onkokame Kitso Mokaila during today’s press conference on lifting the five-year suspension on hunting in that country. Continue reading Botswana Seeks To Change “Conservation Conversation” On Lifted Hunting Suspension

A Life-threatening Stroke in South Africa

On safari in the Eastern Cape Karoo region of South Africa in January 2016, Global Rescue members Missy and Geoffrey Corn were having the time of their lives. It was their fourth trip to Africa and the couple was looking forward to creating memories of a lifetime. Little did they know that Missy was about to suffer a potentially life-threatening stroke on the first day of their trip, thousands of miles from home. Continue reading A Life-threatening Stroke in South Africa

More Hunters Choose Wyoming For Elk Hunting

Hunters seeking a western adventure continue choosing Wyoming to pursue elk. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department saw an increase in non-resident elk applications for the 2019 season. Nonresidents submitted 23,750 applications, a 2.9 percent increase from 2018. Continue reading More Hunters Choose Wyoming For Elk Hunting

Sharpfinger

There are some things that by design are functionally efficient without embellishment or constant change. This is most certainly true with the Sharpfinger knife concept by Schrade (Taylor Brands). Simple, straightforward and without any need for change over time, this particular knife concept has proven itself for many decades. The simplicity of this knife design is not only enriched by the upswept clip-point blade pattern that functions as a superb hide removal tool, at the same time the knife also works exceedingly well as a total edged game care field tool. Continue reading Sharpfinger

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