Protect Endangered Species
Protect Endangered Species Campaign leader

Great question, Jim! "Wouldn’t the club’s big game safari be fairer if high-powered guns were barred, and the winning bidder had to try…Read More

Jim Hightower: These rhinos need their own guns

Bemidji Pioneer
I thought of this recalibration of the hunting equation when I read that an outfit called the “Dallas Safari Club” had come up with a truly novel idea for saving Namibia’s rare Black Rhinoceros, which is teetering on the edge of extinction. Several hundred thousand of these unique animals existed a century ago, but only 1,800 remain in this…Read More
Protect Endangered Species
Protect Endangered Species Campaign leader

What do you think about the strategy to auction off a permit to hunt a Black Rhino if it generates $1 million for Black Rhino conservation?…Read More

Deny the Black Rhino Hunt Permit
Mike Penman

Come in and join us its after all your pool!

Deny the Black Rhino Hunt Permit
Teddy Cohen

We have an opportunity to save wonderful, unique animals for the future of our planet. If the people who support an auction to kill them would use a camera rather than a gun, that single saved animal could be part of a genetic legacy that could save an entire species.

One black rhino could be…Read More

Protect Endangered Species
Protect Endangered Species Campaign leader

We are making waves! Ben Carter, Executive Director of the Dallas Safari Club says: “There’s a lot of people out there, frankly, that are…Read More

Dallas auction for the right to hunt endangered black rhino stirs uproar

Washington Post
As the organization moves forward with the auction to raise as much as $1 million to help preserve the near-extinct double-horned rhinoceros, worldwide attention — and outrage over the plan to allow the killing of one animal to save the waning species — is focused on the effort. “There has been a wide range of reaction,” said Ben Carter,…Read More
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