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    Victory In Michigan As Scientific Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act Becomes Law

    Washington, D.C. – Safari Club International (SCI) congratulates the Michigan House of Representatives for their bipartisan effort passing the citizen-initiated Scientific Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act (SFWCA) today. With today's vote ...

    One Last Step To Protect Conservation In Michigan: Your Help Is Needed TODAY

    Contact Your State Representative TODAY Lansing, MI – On Wednesday, August 27th the Michigan State House of Representatives will take the final step to pass a citizen-initiated law called the ...

    CALIFORNIA STATE FISH AND GAME COMMISSION UPDATE

    Ethics Charges Overshadow the Commission Meeting and Threaten Credibility Ethics Charges follow commissioner Sutton A complaint request was filed with the attorney general in December by the National Shooting Sports ...

    Michigan State Senate Passes Law To Protect Conservation

    Safari Club International (SCI) congratulates the Michigan Senate for their bipartisan triumph by passing the citizen-initiated law, the   Scientific Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act (SFWCA) today. SCI, along with hundreds ...

    Hunters – Your Help Is URGENTLY Needed To Protect Conservation In Michigan!

    Contact State Senators TODAY On Wednesday, August 13th the Michigan State Senate will vote on the citizen-initiated law called the Scientific Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act (SFWCA).  Safari Club International, and all ...

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    Weekly Update: Hunter Legacy Fund Awards over $650,000 to Worthy Projects

                After carefully reviewing dozens of applications, SCI Foundation's Hunter Legacy Fund's Trustees awarded a total of $657,400 in grant funding. Critical conservation projects were ...

    Weekly Update: Hunter Legacy Fund Awards over $650,000 to Worthy Projects

                After carefully reviewing dozens of applications, SCI Foundation's Hunter Legacy Fund's Trustees awarded a total of $657,400 in grant funding. Critical conservation projects were ...

    Issue of the Week: Potential Trapping Ban in Maine

      Regulated trapping is a useful way for biologists to collect information on wildlife biology and diseases. Trapping can control and remove nuisance animals and indirectly benefit other species, particularly ...

    Weekly Update: Hunter Legacy Fund and SCI Foundation Fund Wood Bison Reintroduction

    SCI Foundation recently received a $95,000 grant from its Hunter Legacy Fund (HLF) to help reintroduce wood bison into the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. The reintroduction of wood ...

    Issue of the Week: Wolverine Inconsistent with Polar Bear

    The US Fish and Wildlife Service's (FWS) recent decision to ignore agency biologists' recommendations and withdraw the draft listing of wolverine as threatened  under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) is ...

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    The Wallow Bull is Down!

    It took 10 years to draw the coveted Arizona archery elk permit. "The Arizona draw results are up online," my buddy said. "So what?" I thought, "I never draw anyway." This was back in May, but when I went to the website and saw that, after 10 years of applying, I had picked a coveted [...

    SCI 2015 Convention – Jim Shockey Seminar

    The excitement is building for the 43rd Annual SCI Convention and Ultimate Hunter’s Market. Once again, Jim Shockey will be presenting his popular seminar; Hunting the World. This one hour seminar will focus on Jim’s latest and greatest hunting adventures from around the world, with exclusive behind the scenes action from hunts on five continents. [...

    SCI Convention Keeps Getting Better and Better!

    Get ready to be amazed! The 43rd Annual Safari Club International Convention and Ultimate Hunter’s Market is shaping up to be more exciting than ever! Last February, Attendees could see more than 1,100 exhibitors from around the world, chat with outfitters about the hunts they sell, and shop from a wide variety of hunting and [...

    The Only Constant – Ghosts of Muntjac Lead to A Tour of England's Finest Gunmakers

    Snow drifted on a lazy westerly across the moors. "Colder tomorrow," grunted Oliver. "Unusual." We'd seen none of our quarry. Rabbits and lanky European hares darted across fallow fields spackled by an earlier storm. Pheasants — hardy, wily, lucky survivors of past driven shoots –strutted through sorghum and stubble. They rocketed, cackling, from hedgerows and [...

    Flashback Friday – Danger in the Tall Grass

    Editor's note: On Fridays we search the extensive Safari Magazine archives for a story from our past. This week, we join Greg Hines and his son on a hunt for a very tough leopard in Tanzania circa 1986. This story originally appeared in the November/December 1986 issue of Safari Magazine. While hunting the Selous district [...


		
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