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    U.S. State Department Issues Travel Warnings For Lesotho and Cameroon

    SCI members planning travel arrangements to the African countries of Cameroon and Lesotho should be aware of recent United States Department of State travel warnings to each. Travelers to Cameroon ...

    SCI Donates $100,000 to Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation

    Washington, D.C. – Safari Club International (SCI) is celebrating the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) 25th Anniversary with a contribution of $100,000. The check presentation was held during the Annual Congressional ...

    Comments Urgently Needed on Experimental Population Program Run Amok in N.C.

    A federal court in North Carolina recently halted coyote hunting in five counties in northeastern North Carolina because of concerns over the accidental shooting of reintroduced red wolves incidental to ...

    COLORADO MEMBER ALERT- Call to Action

    Parks and Wildlife Commission Meeting – September 11, 2014 The Parks and Wildlife Commission will be meeting on Thursday, September 11th in Glenwood Springs. You can find the agenda here. ...

    International Conservation Stamp Reauthorization Passes House, Moves To President's Desk For Signature

    Washington, D.C. – Safari Club International (SCI) congratulates the U.S. House of Representatives for passing S. 231 the Multinational Species Conservation Funds Semipostal Stamp Reauthorization of 2013 yesterday with overwhelming ...

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    Issue of the Week: Wildlife Corridors

    Several wild animals need large unbroken segments of habitat for survival but are reluctant to move through urban barriers created by human development. This segmentation ultimately causes the loss of ...

    SCI Foundation Works With Veterans

    Today, we remember and honor all those lost in the tragic events of September 11th. The losses that occurred will never be forgotten. Through our humanitarian programs, SCI Foundation and ...

    Issue of the Week: Fire Fallout

    Conservationists are concerned about the fate of wildlife after being displaced by catastrophic wildfires burning throughout the Western United States.  Many species have grown accustomed to sporadic fire damage and ...

    Weekly Update: Sheep Tag Up for Auction

    Issue of the Week: Dam Breaks in British Columbia

    On August 5, 2014, a dam burst in central British Columbia threatening not only the province's watershed, but all of wildlife in the surrounding environment. The dam break occurred in ...

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    The Quiet Truth – Hunting Aoudad with Suppressors

    Hundreds of pairs of eyes glassing with a clarity and definition rivaling the finest German optics kept vigilant watch over the herd of wily free-range aoudad sheep. My hunting partner, Wayne van Zwoll, and I had spotted the challenging quarry from a mile or more away and attempted a stalk, keeping the wind in our [...

    2015 Convention Seminars – Hornady: Reloading for Big Bores

    Hunting large and dangerous game requires confidence in your load and Hornady is one of the leaders in helping hunters get the most out of their classic big bore cartridges. Register for this important seminar at the SCI Convention in Las Vegas and join the Hornady team and guest speaker Ivan Carter, as they explore [...

    Boyt Harness Company Continues Support of Hunting Heritage

    Tucson Arizona – Boyt Harness Company has once again shown its support of Safari Club International with the renewal of its corporate sponsorship. Being an SCI Corporate Sponsor demonstrates a company's increased commitment to SCI's leadership in protecting the rights of hunters around the world. "We are pleased and proud to solidify our association with [...

    To the Jungles of the Yucatan

    The doves sang their sad goodbyes to the day as a gobbler took flight to his evening roost just behind our machan (stand). Soon, my guide, Antonio, and I were listening to his continuous gobbles and I sat there grinning at this perfect ending to my adventures in the Yucatan jungle. Arturo Malo, of Baja [...

    Flashback Friday – Someday...

    Editor’s Note: On Friday we dig into the Safari Magazine archives and rerun a story from one of our past issues. This week, we follow Burl Jones and his son Mark on a quest for grizzly bear in the Ogilvie Mountains of the Yukon Territory. This story originally appeared in the September/October 1996 issue of [...


		
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