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    Court Vacates Western Great Lakes Wolf Delisting Rule — Puts WGL Wolves Back on the Endangered Species List

    Today, a D.C. federal district court judge returned the wolves of the Western Great Lakes (WGL) to the endangered species list.  This was the fourth time that a delisting of ...

    Washington Report- SCI-PAC Success

    Once again the midterm elections are over and we are still waiting to find out the results of some of the elections. Admittedly, very few races remain outstanding. Only one ...

    SCI Files an Appeal in the Wyoming Wolf Delisting Lawsuit

    In October, a federal court in D.C. returned Wyoming's wolves to the endangered species list. The court rejected the delisting of Wyoming's wolves based on the fact that Wyoming's commitment ...

    SCI Moves to Intervene to Defend Elk Hunting Program in Grand Teton National Park

    Grand Teton is the only National Park where hunting plays a role in the management of Park wildlife. In 1950, Congress included language in Grand Teton National Park's enabling statute ...

    SCI Encourages Importation of Black Rhino Trophies

    On December 8, 2014, Safari Club International sent comments to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to encourage the FWS to grant permits that will allow the importation of ...

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    SCI Foundation's HLF Aid Anti-Poaching Efforts in Tanzania

    (Washington, DC) SCI Foundation's Hunter Legacy Fund (HLF) donated $100,000 to provide the Wildlife Conservation Foundation of Tanzania (WCFT) with vehicles to be used by anti-poaching patrols. SCI Foundation has ...

    A Report from the World Wilderness Congress

    The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) once-a-decade World Wilderness Congress in Sydney, Australia wrapped up in late November.  SCI Foundation spoke with WILD Foundation Board Member, Brit Hosmer, ...

    Weekly Update: Arizona Sheep Project

    Last year, SCI Foundation partnered with the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AGFD) to establish a self-sustaining population of desert bighorn sheep in the Santa Catalina Mountains near Tucson, Arizona. ...

    Don't Miss SCI Foundation's Holiday Auction!!

    This holiday season SCI Foundation will be auctioning off two hunting opportunities with proceeds going toward conservation efforts. The auction will be held online from December 18th through January 4th. ...

    Issue of the Week: The New Jersey Bear Hunt

    New Jersey has a complicated history with black bear hunting. Bear hunts were halted in 2004 and again between 2006 and 2009 because of law suits filed by anti-hunting groups. ...

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    Flashback Friday – Lion Encounter

    Editor’s note: On Fridays we delve into the extensive Safari Club archives and dust off a gem from yesteryear. This week we join PH Dennis Blackbeard and his client on an exciting stalk for a beautiful Botswana lion. This article first appeared in the November/December 1993 issue of Safari Magazine. Botswana is lion country. Sitting ...

    Advancements In Ammo – More than just choices

    For almost a half-century I fervently believed that I could load a better cartridge than I could buy. For some of that time it was probably true, but today I'm not so sure. Factory ammo has gotten awfully good! Today, in good rifles with loads that they like, it isn't unusual to see Minute of ...

    Book Review – From The Congo Basin To The Highlands Of Ethiopia by Steve Christenson

    This is simply a fascinating book. I found it to be particularly poignant in some of the detailed descriptions of places and things. It focuses on a period of time in that part of Africa that was nearly two decades after I had haunted many of the same spots. Mostly, Christenson's descriptions and my memories ...

    A WAITING TREASURE

    Half a dozen years ago, at the annual convention of the American Custom Gunmakers Guild, some enthusiasts assembled a collection of custom rifles built during the 1920s and '30s. The man largely responsible was Michael Petrov, an Alaska oil worker whose hobby was documenting the work of early stock- and barrel makers who laid the ...

    Exciting New Products from Gaston J. Glock

    In their ongoing objective to offer the best and most rugged outdoor apparel, Gaston J. Glock Style has unveiled the Rough GTX Coat and Pants and the Paclite Retriever Pants, all designed by Chevalier. Calling on their decades of experience, Chevalier has created hunting apparel that harkens back to the traditional European style, using the ...


		
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