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The Allure Of African Specialized Game – Part 1

Recovery and therapy to repair the muscle tear would have to wait. Because at this moment about 400 yards ahead along the saddle and to the left back into the canyon was something rarely seen in the safari world. I knew it was extraordinary because the trackers were climbing to such great heights for me to get a shot. Continue reading The Allure Of African Specialized Game – Part 1

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Flashback Friday – Would You Believe…

HuntforeverSO93CoverEditors Note: On Fridays we dust off some of the old issues in the Safari Magazine archives and visit the past. This week we follow Capt. John H. Brandt (ret) on a very… interesting safari to Ethiopia. This story first appeared in the September/October 1993 issue of Safari Magazine.

Have you ever been on one of those hunts where nothing monumental or particularly exciting ever happened, a hunt that went just like the advertisement in the magazine or propaganda brochure? Continue reading Flashback Friday – Would You Believe…

Flashback Friday – Brothers on Safari

huntforeverflashbackfridayJA1991Cover062614Editor’s note: Each Friday we feature a story from the Safari Magazine archives. This week we join the Sowerby brothers on safari in Ethiopia. This story originally appeared in the July/August 1991 issue of Safari Magazine.

“Dan, the guy who was supposed to go to Ethiopia with your brother just backed out. Are you still interested?” Continue reading Flashback Friday – Brothers on Safari