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The Family That Hunts Together….


A huge old baobab tree provides a perch for the whole family.

As parents and grandparents, one of our collective responsibilities is to leave a legacy of passion for the outdoors, hunting Continue reading The Family That Hunts Together….

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Precious Memories


precious-memories-the-stalk-090216I sat alone in my office contemplating my wife’s suggestion to take my two sons along on my next hunting trip to Alaska. The trip would be unlike anything they had ever experienced. Alaskan weather can stress even the most seasoned hunters and we would be traveling to the Brooks Mountain Range where the weather can be very unpredictable. Continue reading Precious Memories

The Future of Hunting


Great Great Grandmother Mabel Morgan (l) and Great Grandaughter Casey (r)
Great Great Grandmother Mabel Morgan (l) and Great Grandaughter Casey (r)

Editor’s Note: On Fridays we usually take a look back at some of the epic hunts that have appeared in the pages of Safari Magazine. This Friday, we’re instead looking at the future of hunting. SCI Life Member Frank Chapman shares a story of multi-generational hunts for elk in Wyoming. From the looks of it, the future of hunting is in very capable hands. Continue reading The Future of Hunting