HSC Supports FLTFA reauthorization

As part of the markup of S. 556, the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act of 2015, The Senate Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) Committee passed permanent FLTFA reauthorization last week. HSC along with seventy-one other conservation groups signed a letter in support of FLTFA reauthorization, which was sent to Senate Leadership and the Senate ENR Committee.

Houston Safari Club And Texas Game Warden Association Sponsor Youth Bow Hunt

On the weekend of October 17-18, Houston Safari Club (HSC) and the Texas Game Warden Association (TGWA) sponsored a youth bow hunt in Maverick County. First Point Bowhunting donated their 5,200 acre ranch for the hunt, with Game Wardens Bobby Kana and Vu Nguyen of Galveston County present to host and educate kids on the importance of proper harvesting and processing of game animals.

Conservation Force, DSC, HSC And Partners Sue Delta To End “Big Five” Hunting Trophy Embargo

Conservation Force, Dallas Safari Club, Houston Safari Club, the CAMPFIRE Association, the Tanzania Hunting Operators Association (TAHOA), and Corey Knowlton filed suit today against Delta Air Lines, Inc. to compel an end to Delta’s illegal embargo on transport of hunting trophies of the “Big Five” (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo) from Africa. The plaintiffs allege the embargo on transport of a specific class of non-dangerous cargo violates Delta’s duty as a common carrier not to discriminate against passengers or cargo.

Houston Safari Club Provides Grant To The El Carmen Project’s Mule Deer Restoration

Houston Safari Club (HSC) has provided a grant to support the El Carmen Project’s restoration of sustainable populations of mule deer to an area in northern Coahuila, Mexico and the southern Trans-Pecos Region of western Texas.

Houston Safari Club Provides Grant To Borderlands Research Institute

Houston Safari Club (HSC) has provided a grant to Borderlands Research Institute (BRI) to support the purchase of GPS collars for research on aoudad and desert bighorn sheep interaction in the Chihuahuan Desert Grasslands in Texas.

HSC supports reauthorization of Land and Water Conservation Fund program

With the recent expiration of the Land and Water Conservation Fund program, Houston Safari Club as part of AWCP has attached its support to a letter which recognizes “now is the time for all with a vested interest to have an open and honest discussion about opportunities to modernize LWCF to address contemporary issues, secure full funding for the program and continue its legacy of success.” Full Letter Here
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