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Western Canada a Hot Spot for Safari Club Conservation Projects

With 15 chapters and 3,247 members in Canada, Safari Club International has a strong presence throughout the north country. The world class hunting and fishing opportunities that Canada offers make it a global destination for outdoor pursuits. The Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) has also cemented a strong presence throughout Canada, particularly in the western …

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Zambia Minister Among Record Number of African Government Officials at SCI Show

Pictured left to right: SCIF President Warren A. Sackman, III, the Hon. Minister Ronald Kaoma Chitotela,  Andrew Eldred Chomba, Assistant Director of Conservation for the Department of National Parks and Wildlife, and Joseph Goergen, SCIF Conservation Manager.   Safari Club International Foundation recently hosted the Hon. Minister Ronald Kaoma Chitotela from Zambia at the 2020 …

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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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Namibian Leopard Study Sheds Fresh Light On Species

SCI Foundation is working with our partners at the Namibia Professional Hunting Association (NAPHA) to conduct the first comprehensive leopard census since 2011. Many who do not understand the need for sustainable use wildlife management have used this data void to create the impression that leopard populations are on a steep decline throughout southern Africa. This has …

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Multiple Factors Affect Grizzly Bear Numbers

Along with grizzly bears being struck and killed, various other animals were struck as well and their carcasses were dumped in gravel pits in the valleys below. The dumped carcasses attracted grizzly bears to the valleys below

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