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Chris Comer

Christopher E. Comer, Ph.D. – Director of Conservation Dr. Chris Comer is the Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) Director of Conservation.  Dr. Comer brings 20 years of experience in wildlife research management to the Foundation.  Most recently, this was at the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture at Stephen F. Austin State University in …

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Winner Announced For Kamchatka Brown Bear Sweepstakes

Congratulations to Michael Humma of Molalla, OR for winning the Kamchatka Brown Bear Hunt Sweepstakes. A special thank you to Link Wild Safaris for their generous donation and to all of those who purchased entries. Proceeds from the sweepstakes will be used to support SCI Foundation worldwide wildlife conservation and outdoor education programs. To learn …

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Safari Club Supports Science Based Management of Colorado Mountain Lions

Safari Club International (SCI) and Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) recently submitted a formal joint public comment letter to the Colorado Parks & Wildlife Commission regarding their proposed updates to their West Slope Mountain Lion Management Plan. The revised plan incorporates several new approaches which will modernize the management of mountain lions across the western slope of the …

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Missouri Department of Conservation Proposes New Black Bear Hunting Season

The Missouri Department of Conservation recently proposed new hunting regulations as part of its updated black bear management plan. The announcement is welcome news for Safari Club International Foundation, having funded the state’s initial population estimate thanks to a generous grant from the Hunter Legacy Fund endowment. This Phase 1 project was done along with our partners …

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Knox Karcher Named Youth Pathfinder Recipient For The San Angelo SCI Chapter

The San Angelo Chapter of Safari Club International has named Knox Karcher as the recipient of this year’s Youth Pathfinder Program.  Diagnosed with a possible dopamine deficiency, Knox spent much of his early age in rehabilitation programs and has overcome many challenges along the way.  Through the Youth Pathfinder Program, Knox was given an Axis Deer hunt …

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SCI Alaska Chapter PAYING IT FORWARD

SCI Alaska Chapter Life Members Louis and Ruth Cusack delivering a Blue Bag filled with supplies donated from Alaska Medical Missions to the Limpopo Clinical Research Initiative Center in Polokwane, South Africa. Members of the SCI Alaska Chapter recently delivered Blue Bags to the Limpopo Clinical Research Initiative Center in Polokwane, South Africa.  The Limpopo …

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SCIF Continues Engagement with IUCN

SCI Foundation Continues Engagement with IUCN The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) is the world’s largest network of conservation organizations, most widely known for maintaining the Red List of Threatened Species. Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) became a member of this important group in 2016. The IUCN’s World Conservation Congress, originally scheduled for June in Marseille, …

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