SCI Files Comments on a Range of Hunting Issues
In the last few weeks, SCI has filed comments with federal and state agencies regarding black bear hunting in North Carolina, the use of off-road vehicles for hunting opportunities in ...
New Lawsuit Challenges Three Antelope Provision
Friends of Animals has just filed yet another lawsuit to thwart conservation of U.S. populations of scimitar-horned oryx, dama gazelle and addax (three antelope). This latest suit challenges the constitutionality ...
Virginia Welcomes Hunters on Sundays – What is Your State Waiting For?
Sunday hunting bans are one of the last remaining examples of the blue laws that were initially designed to encourage church attendance. Sunday hunting restrictions remain in 10 states. Six ...
L 671 Puts Nebraska's Hunting Heritage At Risk
Washington D.C. – Safari Club International criticizes State Senator Ernie Chambers. Nebraska L 671, seeks to eliminate the science-based management of mountain lions in Nebraska. This bill jeopardizes the future ...
SCI Addresses World Forum on Shooting Activities
Today, Safari Club International (SCI) Legislative Counsel, Bill McGrath presented the Call To Action address at the World Forum on Shooting Activities (WFSA) annual General Assembly in Nuremberg, Germany. The ...
Issue of the Week: Hemorrhagic Diseases
For decades deer have suffered from a persistent disease that attacks their blood cells and causes hemorrhaging. The disease is caused by viruses in the epizootic hemorrhagic (EHD) and bluetongue ...
Weekly Update: Michigan Predator-Prey Project
White-tailed deer fawn survival was down to 10 percent last fall on the Michigan Predator-Prey Project, which is extremely low. Given the cold temperatures and deep snow conditions that have ...
Issue of the Week: Wild Horse and Burro
Wild horses have lived in North America since their introduction by the Spanish conquistadors in the 1500s. As history progressed and settlers moved west, the numbers of wild horses were ...
Weekly Update: Wisconsin Deer Project
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin – Madison has been conducting a large-scale study of deer mortality. This study is the largest of its kind ...
Issue of the Week: Kudu Rabies
Kudu, a species of African antelope, are one of the main attractions for tourists in Namibia. Kudu are large, elk-like creatures with thin white stripes across their backs and ...
Moose Hunt in Newfoundland
After suffering through a hot and dry Midwest summer, I was looking forward to my September departure for Newfoundland to hunt Eastern Canada moose. I had decided to try for ...
MTM Case-Gard Introduces Ammo Can Combos for 2014
Hunters and shooters, in fact anyone who spends time in the outdoors or at the range, are familiar with the innovative MTM line of storage and ammo boxes and range ...
Sanctuary Continues to Define Exceptionalism
The true spirit of Safari Club International lives on at the Sanctuary in Michigan. It is a hunting camp in the best tradition. And much, much more. There is a ...
A LOT OF IBEX
We were perched on some rimrock, and a small group of males had just gone over the next ridge. Only one remained, a nice billy but still too far. As ...
Tahr Hunting in New Zealand
"It's your call," offered Mitch, our New Zealand guide. The decision wasn't easy. Less than an hour into the tahr hunt, we stood looking at a beautiful bull tahr carrying ...
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