SCI Addresses World Forum on Shooting Activities
Today, Safari Club International (SCI) Legislative Counsel, Bill McGrath presented the Call To Action address at the World Forum on Shooting Activities (WFSA) annual General Assembly in Nuremberg, Germany. The ...
Hunter Defense Fund Charts Course to Protect Our Heritage
The Hunter Defense Fund, the first Super Political Action Committee created to the sole defense of our hunting heritage, received over $170,000 in donations on Saturday February 8, 2014. The ...
Hunting and Fishing Under Fire in Nebraska!
February 27, 2014 (Washington, D.C.) – Nebraska L 671, introduced by Senator Ernie Chambers, seeks to eliminate the science-based management of mountain lions in Nebraska. Mountain lion populations have expanded ...
SCI Keeps an Eye on California Wildlife Resources Committee
Safari Club International's litigation staff recently submitted a public records request to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife regarding the state's newly established Wildlife Resources Committee. In particular, SCI ...
Another Successful CLE Hosted by Safari Club's Litigation Staff
Every year at SCI's Annual Convention, Safari Club's Litigation Staff co-hosts a Continuing Legal Education ("CLE") course with the State Bar of Nevada. This year's CLE was perhaps our most ...
Weekly Update: Michigan Predator-Prey Project
White-tailed deer fawn survival was down to 10 percent last fall on the Michigan Predator-Prey Project, which is extremely low. Given the cold temperatures and deep snow conditions that have ...
Issue of the Week: Wild Horse and Burro
Wild horses have lived in North America since their introduction by the Spanish conquistadors in the 1500s. As history progressed and settlers moved west, the numbers of wild horses were ...
Weekly Update: Wisconsin Deer Project
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin – Madison has been conducting a large-scale study of deer mortality. This study is the largest of its kind ...
Issue of the Week: Kudu Rabies
Kudu, a species of African antelope, are one of the main attractions for tourists in Namibia. Kudu are large, elk-like creatures with thin white stripes across their backs and ...
Weekly Update: Ya Ha Tinda Elk Project
Adjacent to Banff National Park is Alberta's jewel of the Rocky Mountains, the historic Ya Ha Tinda elk. Researchers from the Universities of Alberta and Montana have been working with ...
A LOT OF IBEX
We were perched on some rimrock, and a small group of males had just gone over the next ridge. Only one remained, a nice billy but still too far. As ...
Tahr Hunting in New Zealand
"It's your call," offered Mitch, our New Zealand guide. The decision wasn't easy. Less than an hour into the tahr hunt, we stood looking at a beautiful bull tahr carrying ...
Zeiss Offers New Savings for Spring!
Hunters know the quality and dependability of Zeiss optics in the field. Now Carl Zeiss Optics is offering outstanding rebates to match their optics outstanding performance. Zeiss is kicking off ...
New SCI Membership Benefits
Members are the most important assets that Safari Club International has. With roughly 50,000 Members strong, the Club is proud to have so many loyal and faithful hunters in our ...
A Dog Named Brat and a Big Ol' Cat
"The deer population has slowly declined while the number of mountain lions has increased in recent years. I really need to thin out some of these cats. You interested?" I ...
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