SCI Demands Transparency from California Wildlife Resources Committee
On July 15, 2014, Safari Club International's (SCI) California Chapters sent a letter to the California Wildlife Resources Committee (WRC) demanding transparency and a fair playing field for public participation ...
Good News for State Legislatures in Alaska
Last month, Alaska Governor, Sean Parnell, signed two pieces of legislation into law that were supported by Safari Club International (SCI). These bills, HB 161 and SB 190, promote outdoor ...
SCI Learns of New Date for Impending FWS Decision on Zimbabwe's Elephant Importation Ban
SCI reported several weeks ago that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service had announced that the agency was preparing to announce a new decision on whether it would continue or ...
An Interview with Kendall Jones
If you've turned on the TV, radio, looked at a newspaper, or used the internet in these past few weeks, you have heard of Kendall Jones. Kendall Jones is a ...
Animal "Protection" Groups Doing Little to Protect African Elephants
New Report Shows Animal Rights Hypocrites Stiff Elephants, African Communities Washington, D.C. — Today Safari Club International (SCI) exposed the hypocrisy of five animal rights groups in a new report. ...
Weekly Update: A Glimpse in to the Studio
As SCI Foundation's Artist of the Year Cynthie Fisher finishes the final touches on this year's painting, we asked for a sneak peek into her studio to follow her finishing ...
Estimating Wildlife Population Numbers
Recent estimates put the population of white-tailed deer between 26-28 million in the United States. The worldwide polar bear population is between 20,000 – 25,000 animals and the wild tiger ...
Weekly Update: News from Geneva
On July 7, 2014 the 65th Standing Committee for the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species (CITES) began. The Standing Committee provides policy guidance to the Secretariat concerning ...
Issue of the Week: Legal and Illegal Trade In Cheetahs
The conservation impacts of legal and illegal cheetah trade is again up for discussion at the 65th Standing Committee Meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered and Threatened ...
Weekly Update: SCI Foundation Supports Outdoor Education
SCI Foundation supports multiple education programs that reach tens of thousands of youth and educators each year. Through these programs, sportsmen and women, avid in their passion of the outdoors, pass ...
Crossover Blade – Field Ready Tactical
Designed for the rigors of military use, the new Phrike from Spartan Blades is equally at home in the field as an edged game care tool. In recent years there have been lots of changes in the cutlery industry. While shifting production to many parts of Asia is almost universal, that's only part of the [...
Zeiss Announces New Conquest DL Line
Hunters require precision performance and durability in the field, that’s why they have counted on the Zeiss DURALYT line for years. Now, Zeiss sports optics announces a new successor to their already proven DURALYT riflescope line, the new CONQUEST DL. The DL line features three models: 1.2-5×35, 2-8×42 and 3-12×50. All are available with illuminated [...
Flashback Friday – Poland's Roaring Stags
Editor's note: Each Friday we dig into the Safari Magazine archives and run a classic story. This week, we join Bill Paulin as he hunts red stag in Poland circa 1986 in a traditional European hunting experience. This article originally appeared in the September/October 1986 issue of Safari Magazine It was about 4 a.m. as [...
Tennessee Elk Permit Being Auctioned
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) recently announced the issuance of six Special Elk Permits for the upcoming 2014 hunting season. Four of the special permits were issued through the TWRA quota hunt drawing system and one for a youth hunter. The remaining special elk permit was awarded to The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation, Inc. (TWRF). [...
Sensory Safari – Safari Club International Monterrey Chapter
As part of its 3rd annual Gala Dinner, SCI Monterrey Chapter decided to test its members ability to identify 5 trophies by touch alone. The trophies were hung in a dark room and each member entered, touched the trophies and when they emerged filled in a multiple choice questionnaire to try and identify the trophies. [...
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