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Texas Wildlife Needs YOUR Help!

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Update The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act now has 53 co-sponsors (22 Republicans and 31 Democrats). This includes two Texans, Beto O’Rourke of El Paso and Gene Green of Houston. YOU can help get more Texas co-sponsors! Check out our online toolkit for speaking points and a sample letter to your Member of Congress. Then go to your U.S. Representative’s website and urge him or her to co-sponsor H.R.4647, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act. The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would mean more than $63 million annually to our over 1,300 Texas species at risk of becoming endangered. This landmark legislation is good for wildlife, good for business, and good for Texans. Please email or call your Representative today.

Secretary Zinke Proposes Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities at 30 of America’s National Wildlife Refuges

Date: May 21, 2018 Contact: Secretary Zinke Proposes Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities at 30 of America’s National Wildlife Refuges  PLEASE NOTE: The Fish & Wildlife Service will seek comments from the public on the proposed rule for 30 days, beginning with publication in the Federal Register in coming days. The notice will be available at, docket no. FWS-HQ-NWRS-2018-0020, and will include details on how to submit your comments. An interim copy of the proposed rule is now available at WASHINGTON – Continuing his efforts to increase access to public lands, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke today announced a proposal to open more than 248,000 acres to new or expanded hunting and fishing opportunities at 30 national wildlife refuges. Opportunities include places like Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge in Illinois and Wisconsin, and deer hunting in Philadelphia at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge being proposed for the first time. The proposal also outlines

HSCF Youth Program Volunteers Needed

The HSCF Youth Program is in immediate need of volunteers dedicated to preserving the future of hunting.  Every year, young people who meet the HSCF youth program criteria, are nominated to participate in our program by adult representatives.  One of our most successful annual youth outdoor programs introduces several Houston area girls & boys, from local schools and groups, to hunting, fishing and wilderness conservation.   The hunting groups are small by design, consisting of four to six young people and their adult guides. Limited numbers allow for more thorough hunter or outdoor education instruction. Young hunters learn about various conservation efforts by hunting on sponsor ranches that must harvest an abundance of animals to maintain their specific wildlife management program. Many different youth hunting, fishing and outdoor experiences are sponsored by HSCF.   Also, each year we host 150 area high school students for our Youth Wildlife Conservation Experience

Houston Safari Club Awards Grant to Sportsmen’s Alliance

Houston, TX (May 10, 2018) – Houston Safari Club (HSC) continues its support of Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation through a grant of $15,000 to support their incredible efforts to defend hunting, fishing and trapping against lawsuits, legislation and ballot issues initiated by animal rights and anti-hunting organizations. For 40 years, the Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation has been able to achieve a 95% success rate of defeating anti-hunting led initiatives. Unfortunately, the number of new anti-hunting initiatives is increasing and the only way they can meet those challenges is with increased funding from supporters like HSC. “We’re extremely grateful that the Board and members of the Houston Safari Club continue to demonstrate the importance of fighting to protect our heritage,” said Evan Heusinkveld, Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation president and CEO. “It’s through the commitment of organizations like HSC that we’re able to engage in battles all across the country.” Strengthening the partnership between Sportsmen’s

Houston Safari Club’s Hunter’s Horn Magazine Wins 2018 Communicator Award

Houston, TX (May 10, 2018) – Houston Safari Club (HSC) has been honored with a Communicator Award for Design and Print-Marketing/Promotion in the Magazine/Association category. The 24th annual Communicator Awards winners were recently announced by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. HSC’s Hunter’s Horn received a Communicator Award, Award of Distinction. The Communicator Awards receives over 6,000 entries from companies and agencies of all sizes, making it one of the largest awards of its kind in the world. The Communicator Awards are judged and overseen by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), a 600+ member organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media.


Houston Safari Club is now an official Partner of the Texas Alliance for America’s Fish & Wildlife and the National Alliance for America’s Fish & Wildlife working to support the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (H.R. 4647). Please read the attached to see how Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (H.R. 4647) is a once in a generation opportunity to help reverse the current trend that faces our nation’s wildlife.  150 species have already gone extinct and another 500 have not been seen in recent decades. The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, can help this by providing dedicated funds for wildlife conservation. We ask that you urge your Members of Congress to co-sponsor H.R.4647. Press Release   
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