I need to clarify what I told you last month about rhino vitamin-dart "hunts" in South Africa and the Safari Club International Record Book & World Hunting Award Committee's revised position on them. Committee Chairman Herb Atkinson says the vita-darted rhino from South Africa will not be listed in the Darted Rhino category of the SCI Record Book but will be listed as a Photo Entry. "The reason for this is that the hunter does not actually put the animal down with the tranquilizing dart," Atkinson wrote me. "This, of course, is done by a veterinarian while the hunter shoots a dart filled with vitamins into the rhino. In order for an SCI member to receive credit for having taken the African Big 5 and the African Dangerous 7, the Record Book & World Hunting Award Committee voted to admit the entries, but as a Photo Entry. The committee's desire is to continue to give the rhino as much economic value as possible, while still giving the hunter credit for having participated in this dangerous event."