At press time, the Mozambique safari company called Kambako Safaris Mozambique tells us they have been awarded hunting rights in some new blocks surrounding the Niassa Game Reserve that have not been hunted since this country reopened to safaris at the end of war. These blocks, eyed by a number of operators, are expected to produce good game. Kambako, in case you don't recall, is the company that organized that elephant safari for SCI executives last fall that saw the taking of a massive 92-pound jumbo, along with two smaller ones. Kambako says it is fully booked in its current areas and has openings in the new Niassa areas only because they have just been allocated to them. "It's late in the season, and we would like to get word of these hunts out right away," Kambako's Jamie Wilson said in an e-mail message at press time. "The potential for cats and buffalo is particularly good."