Pathfinder Auction Hunt
Proudly Donated by Prophet Muskwa
6th Annual Beretta & SCI Foundation Conservation Leadership Award Gala – Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Peppermill Hotel Casino – Reno, Nevada
Pathfinder award applicants are hunters who are disabled, terminally ill, wounded military or veterans continuing in their passion for hunting while adapting to life changes and challenges. Award recipients chosen for this prestigious award are those who not only reengage in hunting but also help in their community and inspire others to engage in outdoor activities.
Each Year, the SCIF Pathfinder Committee selects a Pathfinder Award recipient from applicants who are nominated by SCI chapters and individual members. The Pathfinder Award recipient is honored during the SCI Convention and receives an all-expense paid African Safari.
SCIF’s Humanitarian Service Pathfinder Program is funded through the sale of the Pathfinder Auction Hunt sold during SCI’s annual Hunters’ Convention. Prophet Muskwa proudly donates 100% of the funds raised from the sale of their Stone Sheep Hunt to the Pathfinder Program:
The highest bidder will hunt stone sheep, one of North America’s most sought-after trophies, and the Pathfinder will hunt Rocky Mountain goat or elk. The purchaser has the option to choose a Pathfinder to take on the hunt, or the Pathfinder Committee will choose a worthy candidate from a competitive selection process. Method of take is hunter’s choice. These 10-day, 1×1 guided hunts take place in the majestic beauty of Northern British Columbia and include trophy fees for noted species between August 25th and October 1st, 2020 or 2021. The lucky high bidder and their guests will stay at the Muskwa River Lodge and Elisi Spa appointed with private, king, queen or twin rooms, cozy linens and private bathrooms. Meals will be prepared with amazing creativity and exquisite taste by a gourmet chef. Lodge amenities include: full-service spa and gym with infrared sauna and outdoor hot tub. An onsite activity director can assist in planning hikes, river exploration, horseback riding or target shooting. Additional species may be harvested per the donor’s price list. Additional hunters and non-hunters can be added based on availability (additional fees apply). Not included in the hunt: any before/after hunt expenses, air charter arriving and departing from Fort Nelson (est. $2,500/person round-trip), license and government fees (estimated at $1,450 – stone sheep, $925 Rocky Mountain goat or elk). Additional costs for meat processing, flight to transport meat, capes and horns, 5% GST and gratuities.
For more information about Prophet Muskwa, contact the Olmstead’s at 250-789-9494, visit: www.ProphetMuskwa.com or stop by their booth #1013.
SCI Foundation thanks Prophet Muskwa for supporting this important program.
Contact Kathy Butler, Humanitarian Services, by email at email@example.com to learn more about the Pathfinder Program.