Month: July 2019

Summer Camps are Booming at The International Wildlife Museum

The International Wildlife Museum (IWM) staff is busy hosting youth summer camps at the museum from the end of May through July. Camps run daily for one-week periods for ages 5-9 years and ages 10-13 years. This year, the museum has 92 kids registered for camp, which is nearly double last year’s attendance! We believe this …

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Helping Assure the Future of Elk and Elk Hunting

  SCI Foundation and our contributing hunter-conservationists have been active in supporting better management of western big game species, especially deer and elk, for over a decade.  Elk or wapiti are among the most iconic species of the American West, although historically various subspecies ranged across much of the United States and Canada.  Elk recovery from …

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A Colorado Bull to Remember

by Cody Scriver I got to the Trophy Mountain Ranch owned by Monte Matheson in the Cowdrey, Colorado area on September 5th ready to hunt. Monte donated this hunt to SCI Foundation Veterans Committee to auction off during the Veterans Breakfast for a combat veteran to take a trophy elk on his ranch.  It seemed like …

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AWLS Introduces New Learning Opportunities to Educators

This year marks the 43 year of the AWLS program. Since its inception, the AWLS program has provided a host of information, curriculum resources, and networking opportunities to participants who have taken this world class professional development program. The focus has been and continues to be on the concept of teaching the importance of conservation and …

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