SCIF Staff Engages Legislative Staff and Congressmen about Conservation Issues  

SCIF Staff Engages Legislative Staff and Congressmen about Conservation Issues By: Todd Roggenkamp SCIF and SCI Sables recently partnered with the Western Caucus Foundation to discuss the latest issues in conservation with Congressional representatives while engaging them in outdoor recreation. This is part of SCIF’s new strategy to provide federal and state elected officials, congressional staff …

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SCIF supports science-based management of grizzly bears in the Yukon Territory

SCIF supports science-based management of grizzly bears in the Yukon Territory By: Maria Davidson As part of our bear conservation program, SCIF Conservation Director, Dr. Chris Comer and Large Carnivore Program Manager, Maria Davidson recently worked alongside the Government of Yukon Department of Environment and the Yukon Outfitters Association to gather data about bear populations in …

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Hunter Legacy Fund Makes Historic Conservation Investment in SCIF’s African Wildlife Consultative Forum

Hunter Legacy Fund Makes Historic Conservation Investment in SCIF’s African Wildlife Consultative Forum The Hunter Legacy 100 Fund (HLF) has just awarded Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) nearly $500,000 over the next 5 years for the organization’s flagship activity in Africa, the African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF). This grant represents the HLF’s long-term commitment to and …

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Chronic Wasting Disease: Why does it matter and what can we do?

Chronic Wasting DiseaseWhy does it matter and what can we do? By: Dr. Chris Comer Like many hunters and wildlife enthusiasts in North America, we here in the Department of Science-based Conservation at SCI Foundation closely follow news related to chronic wasting disease (CWD). News about CWD is rarely good, as this neurological disease continues to …

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Community Potential in Mozambique, AWCF Host Country 2022

Community Potential in Mozambique, AWCF Host Country 2022 By: Claire Fortenberry SCI Foundation’s 20th African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) will be hosted in Maputo, Mozambique in October. This year’s forum will build on two decades of African leadership, collaboration, and action on international policy priorities for sustainable use wildlife conservation. The agenda will continue recent discussion …

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SCI Foundation Continues Longstanding Leadership with the African Wildlife Consultative Forum

SCI Foundation Continues Longstanding Leadership with the African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) By: Joe Goergen Planning is well underway for SCI Foundation’s historic 20th anniversary African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) to be held in Maputo, Mozambique from October 3-7. SCIF has hosted this high-level event for 20 years, bringing together a diverse group of stakeholders, senior …

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SCI Foundation Expands Conservation Activity In Europe

SCI Foundation Expands Conservation Activity In Europe Author: Dr. Chris Comer SCI Foundation and the Lusitânia Chapter of SCI recently signed an agreement to support important wildlife conservation and research activity in Portugal. The project involves translocation of roe deer to private forest lands in eastern Portugal where this species has been greatly reduced in abundance …

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Summer’s On At The International Wildlife Museum!

Summer’s on at The International Wildlife Museum! By: Amy Soneira We are officially in our busy season at IWM! While temperatures soar outside of upwards of 100 degrees, the museum is a consistent 72 degrees inside, making it a popular summertime destination. Plus, with kids out of school, everyone is looking for something to do! Summer …

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