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    SCI and SCIFoundation Testify at Wildlife Trafficking Counsel Meeting

    On October 17, 2014, Matt Eckert of Safari Club International Foundation and Anna Seidman of Safari Club International attended and provided public comment at the fourth meeting of the Advisory ...

    SCI Litigation Team Needs Input from Hunters and Outfitters

    The SCI Litigation team is continuing the fight in court challenging the importation bans for sport hunted elephants from Zimbabwe and Tanzania. Since the importation bans have been in effect ...

    SCI Critical of National Park Service Non-Compliance

    Despite Congressional directives to the National Park Service to open many NPS units to hunting, they often have failed to comply. In one example, Congress adopted legislation that directed the ...

    Get Out the Vote!

    Hunters NEED To Remember To Vote! Now, more than ever, it is imperative that all sportsmen vote in the upcoming election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.  Our hunting heritage is ...

    Colorado Member Alert!

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission met on September 11 & 12, 2014. There were three agenda items related to Chapter W-2 "Big Game" that were especially important to SCI and ...

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    Issue of the Week: Conserving Umbrella Species

    An umbrella species is a species that is wide-ranging and offers protection to other wildlife that share the same habitat. They indirectly protect other wildlife through conservation measures that benefit ...

    Weekly Update: SCI Foundation Funds Lion Genetics Project

    Despite the array of propaganda in today's media that paints a bleak picture for African lion populations, the truth is, most of the facts are false. We don't know how ...

    Issue of the Week: Monarchs and Milkweed

    A massive fall migration has been occurring right under our noses in North America. It is not the typical talk of geese or caribou, which are known to travel thousands ...

    Leupold & Stevens Inc. Joins Safari Club International Foundation in Presenting the First Ever Beretta Conservation Leadership Award

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:October 13, 2014 Leupold & Stevens Inc. Joins Safari Club International Foundation in Presenting the First Ever Beretta Conservation Leadership Award Tucson, AZ – Joseph Hosmer, President, Safari ...

    Weekly Update: Can Leaches Save Vietnam Ungulates?

    Over the years, the distribution and population size of all ungulates in the Annamite Range (an isolated mountain chain in Vietnam) have severely declined from their historic levels. Snares, typically ...

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    Vote to Keep Your Legacy Alive

    It's election time again and like most of us, you've probably been awash in a sea of campaign ads and pundit opinions. With all of the national, state and local issues, the promises, the attacks and counter attacks, the process can seem a bit overwhelming. While it's true that our ability to vote is both [...

    Hunter Survival

    Being a hunter means going where the game is and that usually means remote and dangerous areas miles away from roads and immediate assistance. Every year, hundreds of hunters are lost or injured while following their passion. At the 2015 SCI Convention, Darrell Holland will bring his valuable skills and years of experience to this [...

    Chasing The Perfectly Fitted Gun

    Many shooters think that a try-gun fitting is the ultimate first step in getting a gun to fit perfectly, and for some it is–especially if a custom stock is the desired outcome. We have a try-gun and use it some when extreme length dimension are required to alter a gun to a very tall person [...

    The Right Buffalo

    Score matters...but so do age and experience. The actual experience of hunting a Cape buffalo does not depend on the size of the trophy. As with Zimbabwe's tuskless elephant hunting, in areas where buffalo are overpopulated and female buffalo are on license, the hunt for a buffalo cow is just as exciting and just as [...

    Flashback Friday – The King of the Valley

    Editor's Note: On Friday we search through the extensive Safari Magazine archives and bring you a story from the past. This week we join Don Myers on a handgun hunt for a majestic bull elk in 1991. This story originally ran in the March/April 1994 issue of Safari Magazine. The air had something extra in [...


		
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