Chris Dorsey is among the world’s most widely traveled sportsmen having hunted and fished on five continents and he’s served in board leadership and advisory roles of numerous conservation and sporting advocacy organizations. He’s a member of the Outdoor Legends Hall of Fame and is a recipient of the Ray Scott Trailblazer Award as well as the Curt Gowdy Memorial Award. He’s a biologist, author of 11 books on outdoor subjects, is a past editor-in-chief of Sports Afield and Ducks Unlimited magazines and his work has appeared in most of the outdoor magazines in the English-speaking world as well as National Geographic, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and the Robb Report. He’s taken all of Africa’s deadly 7, the spiral horns of Africa, the North American 29, the turkey world slam and has hunted and fished on 5 continents.
He’s been called the “brand father” of outdoor television having produced more than 2,000 episodes across 56 series with the largest companies in the outdoors. He’s also hosted nearly 400 episodes of such popular series as Sports Afield on Assignment, Benelli’s American Safari, The World of Beretta, Beretta’s Bird Hunter’s Journal, Ram Outdoorsman and Sporting Classics with Chris Dorsey, currently airing on the Outdoor Channel and in syndication coast to coast as well as internationally.
Dorsey is founding partner of Dorsey Pictures, part of Red Arrow Studios, a wholly owned subsidiary of ProSieben SAT1, Germany’s largest media company with channel systems throughout Europe. His television productions are seen across the globe and on a wide variety of U.S. mainstream cable and broadcast networks including ABC, Discovery Channel, HGTV, WGN America, DIY, Travel Channel, History Channel, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, Outdoor Channel, Animal Planet, Oxygen and others.
Whether through his countless television productions or the written word, Dorsey is relentless in celebrating and introducing the conservation and intrinsic values of the outdoor lifestyle to mainstream America.
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What you give back to the land is more important than what you take from it.