Three hunters were injured in two separate grizzly bear attacks on the west side of the Gravelly Mountains in Montana. Continue reading 3 Hunters Survive Gravelly Mountains Grizzly Attacks
There is a movement, driven by consumers and the agricultural sector, to better connect people with their food. Consumers are demanding the background information of their food. Producer groups like Alberta Beef Producers, Alberta Milk and Egg Farmers of Alberta are doing an amazing job of telling the “farm-to-table” story. Continue reading Teaching Kids To Care About Conservation
At one time, there were only about 500 desert bighorn sheep in Arizona. Today, thanks to Arizona Game & Fish’s (AZGFD) capture and relocation efforts, there are more than 5,000. Here, SCI’s Marc Watts discusses with AZGFD’s Raul Vega how the Department determines source populations, where to relocate sheep, how they are captured and the precautions taken to make sure Arizona’s iconic sheep population remains healthy and growing.
Editor’s Note: Jason Roussos, President of the African Professional Hunters’ Association, responds to the outcry and outrage from the rabid anti-hunting organizations regarding hunting in Africa and the need for scientific management programs to preserve species. Continue reading An Open letter from the President of the African Professional Hunters’ Association