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Category Archives: Poachers
Three suspects from Bay and Saginaw counties involved in the Dec. 9 illegal killing of a cougar appeared on March 5 in Schoolcraft County District Court where they were arraigned on warrants related to the killing. Two of the suspects … Continue reading
Two Midland, Mich., men have been arrested on charges of the illegal buying of Michigan black bears and black bear parts. The charges, authorized by the Midland County Prosecutor’s Office, are the result of an undercover investigation by the Department … Continue reading
GW: I like the new changes and higher fines and only wish they’d be even more… New state laws designed to deter poaching of antlered bucks, especially those with trophy-sized racks, and to reduce recreational trespass are now in … Continue reading
DALLAS (Jan. 11, 2014)-A Dallas Safari Club (DSC) auction has raised $350,000 for rhino conservation efforts in Namibia. All proceeds-100 percent-will go into a special fund used by the Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism for anti-poaching patrols, habitat protection, … Continue reading
MISSOULA, Mont.–Controversy surrounds an upcoming fundraiser and hunt for a black rhinoceros, but the Boone and Crockett Club is praising both as positive moves for the future of a critically endangered game species. During its Jan. 9-12 convention, Dallas Safari … Continue reading
DALLAS -A global conservation organization affiliated with the United Nations is the latest wildlife authority to endorse Dallas Safari Club’s (DSC) upcoming auction of a black rhino hunt in Namibia.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are seeking information regarding an elk poaching incident that occurred in late December in Montmorency County just north of Atlanta.
Roger Schmid was cited for hunting without a license and even though he claimed not to be “pursuing” deer, officials pursued his attempt to skirt the law. It seems that Schmid wanted to argue that sitting in a deer blind … Continue reading
DALLAS (Dec. 4, 2013)-Against a torrent of death threats, the Dallas Safari Club (DSC) is forging ahead with plans to auction a black rhino-hunting permit on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Namibia.
Michigander Charlotte M. Peyerk, 66, of Shelby Township, Michigan has gone from hero to zero after killing a grizzly bear out of season. Her fine is $25,000 and she must apologize to the Safari Club International for cheating. Her son, … Continue reading