In a phone interview at press time, Meyer said Kambako has had the right to hunt a vast half-million-acre concession along the Lugenda River for two years now. He said he hoped the visit by Safari Club International Expedition, which had government approval and support, would result in the opening of elephant as early as next year. If it does open, he says some truly interesting ivory will be taken. Unfortunately, at this writing, the possible opening of elephant in Mozambique is of little interest to US hunters who are barred from bringing ivory in from this country. Knowledgeable sources say much work must be done if imports from this country are ever going to be approved. Meyer says the area has good lion, leopard, buffalo, kudu, eland, waterbuck, bushbuck, sable up to 41 inches and other animals.
The area is so good, according to Hunting Report subscriber Jose Marti of Madrid, one safari this year was not enough. After taking a "huge" leopard, two good buffalo and a warthog in June, he went back early this month. We hope to have a report on his return hunt next month. Marti says his two-week safari,........(continued)