Category Archives: Dangerous Game

The Latest Information About African Leopards


SCI and the SCI Foundation are working together to respond to the latest attempt by anti-hunting groups to interfere with sustainable use conservation.  Most recently, these animal rights groups have focused their efforts on African leopards.

In response to a petition filed in July 2016 by the Humane Society of the United States, Humane Society International, Center for Biological Diversity, International Fund for Animal Welfare and Fund for Animals, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a 90-day finding that an endangered listing for all African leopards currently listed as threatened “may be warranted.”   Continue reading The Latest Information About African Leopards

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SCI Record Book Top Common Grizzly


Common-Grizzly-distribution-map-The grizzly is a powerfully built bear with long, thick hair that varies in color from dark brown to pale yellowish-brown. The body is massive and thick, with a prominent hump on the shoulders and a huge head supported by a short, muscular neck. Continue reading SCI Record Book Top Common Grizzly

Chewore Leopard


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Getting ready for an evening of bush TV.

“He’s here,” whispered professional hunter Rex Hoets. “He’s sitting at the base of the tree; a big male. Take him when you are ready.”

I slowly stood up from the canvas camp chair I had Continue reading Chewore Leopard

Wyoming Game And Fish Commission To Review Post-Delisting Grizzly Bear Management Proposal At Special Meeting Next Week


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WGFD photo.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will take public comment and review the draft Grizzly Bear Management Plan and the draft three-state Memorandum of Agreement at its special meeting on May 11, 2016 in Casper. The draft proposals outline how Wyoming would manage grizzly bears when they come off of the endangered species list. This follows a public comment period. Continue reading Wyoming Game And Fish Commission To Review Post-Delisting Grizzly Bear Management Proposal At Special Meeting Next Week