Grand Slam Club/Ovis is proud to associate with other wildlife
conservation organizations throughout the world. Please take time to visit
these web sites and learn more about their organizations.
African Indaba brings
you topical information about hunting and conservation from Africa
and in-depth analysis of a variety of conservation issues. Through
a selection of authors who are highly qualified in wildlife research,
conservation management and hunting issues, African Indaba wants
to contribute towards unemotional discussions and problem-solving
dialogues between those who have the future and well-being of Africa’s
wild places and its magnificent indigenous fauna at heart.
and indispensable wildlife management practices are based on the
careful sustainable use of her natural heritage. Rural African communities
must receive adequate economic benefits from their wild resources
not only as incentive to conserve them, but to restore their pride
of ownership and the mastery of their own destiny.
Hunters from around the
world are using African Indaba as valuable information on African
wildlife, its conservation and sustainable use, the effects of incentive-based
conservation and its interaction with community based natural resource
management programs (CBNRM).
Caldesi Award for the Trophy of the Year (CCA) is an award instituted
to honor the best big game trophy, in terms of difficulty of hunt,
rarity and score, taken in one particular year by an active Member
of Safari Club International.The CCA is named after Dr Carlo Caldesi.