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Tanzania Recognizes U.S. Safari Company for Pumping Millions into Conservation

Chalk up another win for the U.S. home team as Texas' Friedkin Family Companies showcase how American hunters remain at the forefront of conservation as it receives 30-year concessions in Tanzania in recognition of its leadership and donations in excess of $300 million.

Ground-Breaking Lion Research in Tanzania Begins in August

International lion research project aims to improve accuracy and precision of lion population estimates.

Who Says Hunters Don’t Police Their Own?

We’ve all read online comments online accompanying hunting stories that say something to the effect that “hunters always praise themselves as saviors of animals, but they don’t really do anything to preserve and protect wildlife.” Scott Olmsted is here to tell you that is bunk.

SCI Sues FWS, Challenges African Elephant Bans

Safari Club International files suit against U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

USFWS Revises 2014 Elephant Trophy Ruling … Slightly

Safari Club International is encouraged by a decision by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to revise an April 4 ruling banning importation of African elephant trophies taken in 2014.

Elephant Import Ban Affects Hunters, Conservation Efforts

A unilateral decision by the USFWS to ban importation of sport-hunted elephants from Zimbabwe and Tanzania will affect conservation in Africa.

USFWS Suspends Elephant Imports from Zimbabwe, Tanzania

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service suspends importation of sport-hunted elephant trophies from two African countries for 2014.

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