Hope for African Hunting

BODDINGTONCraigSCIconvention2014101313Craig Boddington brings this timely and informative seminar to the 2015 SCI Annual Convention.

With hunting curtailed in Botswana and Zambia, increases in poaching and bans on importing ivory from Tanzania and Zimbabwe there is much gloom and doom surrounding hunting in Africa. As a veteran hunter, Boddington know this has happened before (notably in Kenya in 1977) and offers an historical perspective on the remaining hunting opportunities in the greatest hunting grounds on Earth! Despite obvious problems, there are more countries open to hunting than ever before,  and more affordable African hunting opportunities. Boddington reviews the “roll call” of countries that are currently open as well as countries that have recently reopened to hunters. This is bound to be a popular seminar, so don’t miss out on this unique opportunity. Register Today!




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