Month: October 2020

SCI and USFWS Celebrate Historic Recovery and Delisting of Gray Wolves

After 45 years of protection, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced today its decision to delist the gray wolf from the list of threatened species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). This decision is unequivocally based on the best available science, including both recent and historical information regarding wolf numbers and distribution in …

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SCIF & Trigger Effect TV Kickoff Conservation Connection Video Series

For almost 5-years, SCI Canada has been a proud sponsor of Federal’s Trigger Effect, hosted by Dean Trumbley and Kent Michie. Filming for the 9th season is currently underway as the 8th plays on the Sportsman Channel in both the USA and Canada. The show has taken Dean & Kent all over the world. From Argentina to South Africa and New …

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SCI STATEMENT ON 2021 CONVENTION

After much contemplation and exhaustive effort, Safari Club International (SCI) has made the difficult decision to cancel its 2021 Hunters’ Convention. COVID-19-related restrictions imposed by the state of Nevada and city of Las Vegas to ensure a safe event environment during the ongoing pandemic has made it impossible to conduct a successful event for our members …

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SCI Foundation Shifts to Virtual Agenda for 18th African Wildlife Consultative Forum

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and international travel restrictions, the Safari Club International Foundation will now host the 18th African Wildlife Consultative Forum entirely virtual from Nov. 10-12, 2020. SCIF’s premier activity in Africa, the AWCF, brings together government officials, professional hunting associations, wildlife biologists, community-based organizations and other stakeholders annually to discuss priority wildlife conservation …

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Legends Ranch A Great Place To Healing And Great Hunting

By Richard DeLisle, SE Michigan Bowhunters Chapter President SE Michigan Bowhunters chapter of SCI has made a donation to Legends Ranch (2022 W. 14 Mile Rd., Bettley, Mich. 49309) for the last 6 years to support their youth, purple heart hunt.  Due to the uncertainty surrounding the Covid 19 virus it was decided not to hold …

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Wildfires and Wildlife – The Bighorn Fire Experience

Wildfires affect wildlife, but perhaps not as much and not in the same ways many folks might imagine. Wildfires often are good for wildlife, which means they also can be good for hunting. It may be counterintuitive to think that such devastating infernos could be anything but bad. They are natural phenomena and nature isn’t always …

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Back in Business! The International Wildlife Museum Reopens After 6 ½ Months!

The Museum, closed since March 17th, has reopened its doors! The Museum reopened on October 1st and hosted a Member’s Only Night on October 2nd. Museum Members were invited back during a special time of their own to visit the Museum, pick up membership cards and receive a thank you gift. During the first weekend, over …

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SCIF’s Beyond BOW Program

SCIF, in partnership with Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WYGF), First Hunt Foundation, supporting sponsors RMEF and Federal Ammunition, held the second annual Beyond Becoming an Outdoors woman (Beyond BOW) program in September at the AWLS ranch near Jackson, WY. Beyond BOW is a program SCIF and WYGF developed as part of a larger hunter recruitment, …

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