SCI Supports Hunting in National Preserve Boundaries
Safari Club International (SCI) has submitted written comments to the National Park Service (NPS) opposing their attempt to deprive the Alaska Board of Game of its authority to manage wildlife ...
Safari Club International Steps Up to Defend Constitutionality of Three Antelope Law
Safari Club International has been granted intervenor status in federal district court to defend Section 127 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014. The new provision, signed into law on ...
Call to Action! Reverse the Suspension: Attend SCI Lobby Day
In the wake of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's abrupt suspension of 2014 elephant trophy imports from Zimbabwe and Tanzania on Friday April 4, 2014, Safari Club International MUST ...
SCI Congratulates Congressman Don Young
Safari Club International (SCI) thanks Congressman Don Young (AK-AL) for his leadership on his bill H.R. 3728, the bi-partisan Wild Game Donation Act of 2013. Congressman Young's legislation, H.R. 3728,amends ...
SCI President's Response to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Ban on Elephant Imports from Zimbabwe and Tanzania
In response to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision on Friday, April 4, 2014 to unilaterally ban the importation of sport-hunted elephants from Zimbabwe and Tanzania, SCI President Craig ...
Issue of the Week: Game Meat Donations
Under some state laws, it is illegal to waste any part of a game animal that is defined as “suitable for food.” For big game animals, all four quarters above ...
SCI Foundation's 2015 Conservation Artist of the Year Is....
SCI Foundation is pleased to announce its 2015 Conservation Artist of the Year, Cynthie Fisher. As an avid hunter and wildlife enthusiast from Hamilton, Montana, Fisher began painting unique animal ...
Issue of the Week: Pittman-Robertson Act
States such as Michigan, Alaska and Texas have received millions of dollars for habitat restoration and wildlife conservation efforts. The source of this funding stems from a piece of legislation ...
Weekly Update: Colorado Mule Deer Project
In 2011, SCI Foundation partnered with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, investigators from Colorado State University and various members of the Oil and Gas industry for a five-year project investigating ...
Issue of the Week: Drones
Drones are unmanned aerial vehicles that can be used as a low-cost surveillance alternative to planes and helicopters. Some drone systems now cost as ...
Safari Magazine – The Hunter's Do-It-All Tool!
Whether you're on a quick hike, hunting the back country or just on a leisurely Sunday drive, if something is going to break, it will happen at the most inconvenient time and in the most inconvenient place. As a husband, homeowner, businessperson and even an outdoorsman, problematic situations are going to occur. More often than [...
SCI Shotgunning Tips – "It's What You're Willing To Learn".
In our travels shooting, coaching and speaking about our passion for the smooth bore we still are amazed at the perceptions that each shooter brings to what they do when they shoot a shotgun. We've spent most of the last 30 years of our lives confused, constantly searching for a deeper understanding of how talent [...
Remington Announces Product Safety Recall
Remington Arms Company, has just announced a voluntary recall of Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with X-Mark Pro triggers, manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014. Senior Remington engineers determined that some Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with XMP triggers could, under certain circumstances, unintentionally discharge. Remington's investigation determined that some [...
At World Cup With Corey Cogdell
We recently caught up with Olympic Medalist Corey Cogdell at the 2014 World Cup to see how her training is going and what SCI means to her. Tagged: Corey Cogdell, Olympics, shooting, shotgun, World Cup
SCI Flashback Friday – Tracking an Obsession
Editors Note: This story originally appeared in the November/December 1985 issue of Safari Magazine. I lay on the cot, staring at the canvas of the tent's roof. Moonlight filtered down through the leaves of the overhanging trees and in through the open tent flaps. A hippo grunted, elephants trumpeted down on the river and a [...
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