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    The Cycle of Revenge

    In every second presidential term, there comes a certain time. No one will ever admit to it, but the truth is usually revealed 12 years after the end of a ...

    Washington Report

    The votes cast on November 4 were most likely not the definitive end to this election cycle as we may hope. In fact, you're probably hearing about at least one ...

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission Defeats Lead Ammunition Petition

    On November 13th, during the scheduled Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission meeting, the Commission members voted to protect the use of traditional lead ammunition for all sporting purposes. The Commission rejected a ...

    SCI Testifies in Opposition to Proposed Hunting Rule Changes in Alaska

    SCI Director of Litigation Anna Seidman traveled to Anchorage in late October to offer public comment at a National Park Service hearing on proposed regulations intended to restrict hunting opportunities ...

    Grand Teton Elk Hunt Under Attack!

    Two photographers have filed a lawsuit against the federal government in an effort to stop the annual elk hunt in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.  The annual elk reduction ...

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    Weekly Update: Michigan Predator-Prey Project

      This week, SCI Foundation has been providing an inside look of the Michigan Predator-Prey Project through our "Week in the Field" video series. The project's overall objective is to ...

    Issue of the Week: Legal Trade in Rhino Horn

    SCI Foundation's African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) attendees are not afraid to address controversial topics and work to find solutions to real on-the-ground problems. This year, over the roars against ...

    Hornady Manufacturing Teams with SCI Foundation to Present the First Ever Beretta Conservation Leadership Award

    Tucson, AZ – Joseph Hosmer, President, Safari Club International Foundation (SCI Foundation) recently announced that Hornady Manufacturing, world leader in bullet, ammunition, reloading tool and accessory design and manufacture, has ...

    Lions Top the Discussion at This Year's African Wildlife Consultative Forum

    This morning, nine African governments met in a private delegation to discuss the US Fish and Wildlife Service's (FWS) recent decision to list the lion as threatened under the Endangered ...

    Issue of Week: Management in Metropolitan Areas

    The White-tailed deer is a highly valued North American species. Due to successful conservation efforts, white-tailed deer are abundant in most states and provinces.  Unfortunately, many deer populations are now ...

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    SCI Co-Hosts World Forum on Shooting Activities Fall Meeting

    For more than a decade, SCI has served on the Executive Committee of the World Forum on Shooting Activities (WFSA). The WFSA is an umbrella advocacy organization, working in concert with international bodies, national governments and regulatory authorities, for the worldwide promotion and preservation of the shooting sports. Founded in 1996, the WFSA has more ...

    War in the Woods – Fighting the Marijuana Cartels

    SCI brings back one of the most popular seminars to the 2015 Annual Convention at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Lt. John Nores and Warden Jerry Karnow will highlight the environmental impacts and threats to wildlife and public safety from the drug cartels of Mexico and the ongoing illegal growing operations in wilderness areas. They ...

    Trijicon Renews SCI Corporate Sponsorship

    Safari Club International is happy to announce Trijicon's renewal of their SCI corporate sponsorship. According to SCI CEO Phil DeLone, "Corporate sponsors like Trijicon are very important to the continuing Safari Club International global mission to protect and preserve our hunting heritage. Their dedication to providing the best product to their customers, carries over to ...

    Bagging Birds in Saskatchewan

    SCI is First for ALL Hunters. As the autumn sun began to light up the horizon, we were sitting in shallow field dugouts amid a spread of more than a hundred decoys that mimicked ducks, dark and light geese. From afar came the din of flying geese, talking among themselves as they traversed the cloudless ...

    Update From PHASA 2014

    More than 200 of South Africa’s finest professional hunters gathered at the 2014 PHASA AGM held at the Mpekweni Beach Resort, Port Alfred, Eastern Cape. Topics discussed include future efforts in wildlife conservation, hunters' impact on tourism in South Africa, and the benefits of what PHASA does to better service international members. SCI's CEO, Phil Delone, [...


		
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