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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, …

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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 …

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GEORGIA SCI HITS THE TARGET WITH INTRODUCTION TO HUNTING FIREARMS EVENT

As part of its commitment to recruiting new people into hunting and the shooting sports, the Georgia Chapter of Safari Club International (SCI) held its inaugural “Introduction to Hunting Firearms” event on Saturday, September 19. The event was hosted at the Beretta Shooting Grounds by High Adventure Company, a world-class shooting and hunting facility located just an …

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IWM goes LIVE!

Over the last month, museum staff have done five different Facebook Live videos. Facebook Live is an opportunity for the community to interact with the museum on a live basis, while the museum is still closed, due to COVID 19. The museum can educate and people watching the feed are able to ask questions and …

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A Different Kind of Summer Causes the International Wildlife Museum to Think “Inside the Box”

This summer was incredibly different this year with the museum being closed and unable to run summer camps. Parents were looking for new ideas to keep kids entertained and learning at home. The museum was there to help – our Summer Camp in a Box provided 5 days of educational fun through art, science & …

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GIRAFFE POPULATIONS SHOW BENEFITS OF SUSTAINABLE USE OF WILDLIFE IN AFRICA

Giraffe populations have increased in countries where sustainable use hunting is possible   The giraffe is among the most recognizable and iconic wildlife species of African savanna and woodland communities.  Due to a combination of factors—primarily loss of habitat due to human expansion and resource extraction, civil unrest in many of the range countries, poaching, …

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