Month: January 2021

SCI Wisconsin Regional Meeting Focuses On Chapter Collaboration

By Joe Goergen Last Saturday, the SCI Chapters of Wisconsin and Illinois met to discuss collaboration during these challenging times. In attendance was a strong group of dedicated SCI volunteer leaders from the Wisconsin, Badgerland, Northeast Wisconsin, Southeast Wisconsin Bowhunters and Illinois Chicago Chapters. After a classic Friday night fish fry with the SCI regional representative …

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Disabled Veteran Chuck Williamson’s Hunt-Of-A-Lifetime Video

Thanks to a grant from the Hunter Legacy 100 Fund and an in-kind donation from Alain Smith of Rugged Expeditions, SCI Foundation has been able to create an exciting new video chronicling Chuck Williamson’s elk Veteran’s Hunt at the NRA’s Whittington Center.  A special thank you to Gunwerks for helping put together this amazing opportunity and for …

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Pathfinder Committee Donates $1000 Towards Purchase Of Track Chair

The Pathfinder Committee recently voted to make a $1000 donation towards the purchase of a track chair for hunters with special needs. Presented Friday, January 14, in Nashville, the funds will go towards the purchase of a track chair that will be owned by TWRF (Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation). This chair will be available for use at …

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January 2021 E-News – Sables 2021-2022 Elections

Becoming a Sables volunteer is a rewarding experience and a great way to meet people who are dedicated to preserving our hunting heritage through conservation education. The successful fundraising events that Sables accomplish every year benefit the SCIF education department and allow for the continuance of conservation education, including teaching the importance of wildlife management and …

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Making a difference… Roman Deville Always Went Above And Beyond.

It is with a sad heart that we acknowledge the passing of our dear friend and ardent supporter Roman Deville.  Roman certainly understood what it meant to go above and beyond when it came to volunteerism. While Vice President of SCI Foundation, he rolled up his sleeves and helped to do the work necessary to support …

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SCI Foundation And Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation Implement Partnership For P.E. Hunter Education

The future of wildlife conservation is stronger now with the partnership between the Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) and the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation (OTF). The SCIF and OTF partnership includes SCIF’s sponsorship of the Hunter Education unit and promotion of Outdoor Adventures K-12 across America.  The Hunter Education unit is over 20 hours-long and students can …

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Holiday Events and Ringing in the “Noon Year” at the International Wildlife Museum

The International Wildlife Museum was able to host its annual Winter Wonderland event in a safe manner that allowed kids the opportunity to play games, make crafts and see Santa along with a surprise visit from the Grinch! Winter Wonderland was held on December 19th, 2020. The games and photos with Santa were stationed outside the …

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SCIF Awarded Grant For Grizzly Bear Conflict Mitigation

Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) was recently awarded a grant from the Wyoming Wildlife Foundation’s Memorial Bear Fund. The funding will be used to conduct bear spray giveaway events for hunters in Wyoming. As part of SCIF’s new strategic approach to its conservation focal areas, grizzly bear management is a top priority. The Wyoming Wildlife Foundation was …

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Research Shows Deer Hunters Can Help Manage Chronic Wasting Disease

By Dr. Chris Comer, Director of Conservation for the Safari Club International Foundation. Like most deer biologists and many deer hunters in North America, I try to keep current with any news related to chronic wasting disease (CWD). This deadly disease that affects several cervid species, and is particularly associated with white-tailed deer, mule deer, and elk, …

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