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Nov 14, 2020

The Old Warrior

Follow Gus Congemi on Instagram and Facebook and be sure to catch his show, “Live The Wild Life TV” on Pursuit Channel. I was hunting a piece of property in Connecticut that I’ve hunted many times over the years.  I heard the leaves rustle in the distance, I got out my glasses and I couldn’t

Nov 14, 2020

KUIU’s New Valo Camo

New camo pattern is taking the hunting world by storm!  Always on the cutting edge of innovation, KUIU has released their new Valo hunting camouflage pattern. The result of over three years of research and development, the new Valo pattern is a truly all terrain, all-purpose hunting camo.  Featuring a lighter, low-contrast pattern and a

Nov 12, 2020

South Africa Opens to All International Tourism

South Africa’s Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs D. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma announced new regulations allowing all international tourism to South Africa to resume. The notice was issued in the Government Gazette as an amendment to the regulations that had partially reopened the country’s borders in October. Effective immediately, travel to and from South

Nov 12, 2020

Where Rhinos Roam

Buffalo Kloof proves hunting and wildlife conservation can coexist.  “We translocated and restored an elephant herd to our area, brought in 20 white rhinos, we’re working with the World Wildlife Fund on black rhino conservation and plan on re-introducing lion prides,” said Warne Rippon, owner of Buffalo Kloof Hunting and Conservation Reserve.   Interesting stories are

Nov 11, 2020

AWCF Profile: Botswana

– Country Overview – Location: Botswana encompasses 581,730 square kilometers in the center of Southern Africa. It is flanked by Namibia on the west and Zimbabwe to the east. Namibia’s Caprivi Strip stretches around Botswana’s northwestern border until it creates a point where Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe all meet with Botswana. South Africa lies along

Nov 10, 2020

Botswana Reopens Borders for International Tourism

President of Botswana Dr. Mokgweetsi Masisi has announced a phased plan for the reopening of Botswana’s borders for international tourism. As of November 9, 2020, air travel has resumed at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport in Gaborone, Kasane International Airport and Maun International Airport. The next phase is the opening of several commercial border crossings

Nov 10, 2020

AWCF Profile: Zimbabwe

– Country Overview – Location: Zimbabwe lies in south-central Africa where it stretches across an extensive rolling plateau. On the north and northwest, it drops into the Zambezi Valley where the river of that same name forms the border with Zambia. Likewis, in the south the plateau drops into the Limpopo Valley and the border with South Africa at the Limpopo

Nov 10, 2020

DURWOOD HOLLIS 1940—2020 Outdoor Writer

My old friend Durwood Hollis left us on Aug. 22, 2020, peacefully but unexpectedly, just a couple hours after a visit to Bass Pro with hunting buddies Jim Matthews and Charlie Merritt. Durwood celebrated his eightieth birthday on July 8. In 2005 Durwood retired from a 35-year career with the Los Angeles County Health Department,

Nov 8, 2020

SCIF Set to Kick Off Virtual African Wildlife Consultative Forum

Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) kicks off the 18th annual African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) this week. Virtual coverage of the event is already underway with live sessions running November 10 – 12.  To learn more about the AWCF, visit For the most complete virtual coverage of the conference please follow @official_sci on Instagram

Nov 8, 2020

The COVID-19 Travel Bag

Taking a trip? Bring a COVID-19 travel bag with you. Here’s what Global Rescue experts recommend to reduce the risk of coronavirus. How many items do you touch during the day? If you’re at home, the list might include door handles, appliances, faucets, counters, light switches, knobs, drawer pulls, chairs, tables, utensils, pens and pencils,

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