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By Randy Gibbs, Associate Editor I recently had the privilege to attend a writers’ summit at FTW Ranch in Barksdale, Texas. The event was hosted by Remington Arms, Swarovski Optik and Hornady Ammuntion to introduce new products for the coming year. FTW was the perfect venue for this unveiling because writers used the products while

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SCI Convention: Women Go Hunting Spotlight, SCI Litigation Associate Madie Demaske.

"I was only 18 months old when I went on my first hunt. I was strapped in a backpack on my dad's back when he shot a doe. He still remembers my little feet kicking his butt. I swear, since that day I have been hooked. Hunting has taken me to some of the most remote parts of the world and back again. It has also pushed me to pursue a career in conservation law."

Ladies, share your hunting stories with the link below! #WomenGoHunting #SCIConvention #FirstForHunters

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SCI Convention: Women Go Hunting Spotlight, SCI Litigation Associate Madie Demaske. 

I was only 18 months old when I went on my first hunt. I was strapped in a backpack on my dads back when he shot a doe. He still remembers my little feet kicking his butt. I swear, since that day I have been hooked. Hunting has taken me to some of the most remote parts of the world and back again. It has also pushed me to pursue a career in conservation law.

Ladies, share your hunting stories with the link below! #WomenGoHunting #SCIConvention #FirstForHunters 

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Today is Black Friday and SCI is offering DEALS on membership and gear!

Use the codes below to save on membership:
- SCI1Y for $25 off a one-year membership
- SCI3Y for $50 off a three-year membership
- SCILM for $500 off a life-membership

Also, visit SCI's online shop to get up to 25% off on select items like Kuiu, Ball and Buck, and more! Link below. #firstforhunters

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Today is Black Friday and SCI is offering DEALS on membership and gear! 

Use the codes below to save on membership: 
- SCI1Y for $25 off a one-year membership
- SCI3Y for $50 off a three-year membership 
- SCILM for $500 off a life-membership

Also, visit SCIs online shop to get up to 25% off on select items like Kuiu, Ball and Buck, and more! Link below. #FirstForHunters 

Link: https://safariclub.org/join/

From all of us at Safari Club International, we would like to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving. We hope that you are finding some time to enjoy the great outdoors, good company, and most importantly, great food.

We are particularly grateful for your support as members and advocates in defending the freedom to hunt worldwide. It is only with your help that we are able to educate and inform the public and legislators on the critical role that hunting plays in the conservation of wildlife and the environment.

Much like Thanksgiving, the outdoors brings us together and creates lasting memories with family and loved ones that last a lifetime. We will continue to fight for your freedom to enjoy these moments, and hope that you will continue to support us as we do so.

As we get closer to the new year, we are more and more excited about our upcoming events and opportunities for our members. Most notably is our annual SCI Convention that will be held in Nashville this coming February. From guest speakers to live music, auctions, exhibits, and much more, there is something for you and all your friends and family to enjoy.

Please visit our website for more information on membership and ticketing! #firstforhunters #Thanksgiving #SCIConvention

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From all of us at Safari Club International, we would like to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving. We hope that you are finding some time to enjoy the great outdoors, good company, and most importantly, great food.

We are particularly grateful for your support as members and advocates in defending the freedom to hunt worldwide. It is only with your help that we are able to educate and inform the public and legislators on the critical role that hunting plays in the conservation of wildlife and the environment.

Much like Thanksgiving, the outdoors brings us together and creates lasting memories with family and loved ones that last a lifetime. We will continue to fight for your freedom to enjoy these moments, and hope that you will continue to support us as we do so.

As we get closer to the new year, we are more and more excited about our upcoming events and opportunities for our members. Most notably is our annual SCI Convention that will be held in Nashville this coming February. From guest speakers to live music, auctions, exhibits, and much more, there is something for you and all your friends and family to enjoy.

Please visit our website for more information on membership and ticketing! #FirstForHunters #Thanksgiving #SCIConvention 

https://safariclub.org

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The politically active members of SCI hunt on federal, state and private lands, and globally. They vote in federal, state, and local elections to protect their hunting opportunities, to conserve our nation's wildlife, and to conserve wildlife around the world. SCI's is the country's leader in advocacy to protect the freedom to hunt and to promote wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI's approximately 50,000 members and 200 Chapters represent all 50 of the United States as well as 106 other countries. Through our active advocacy network, SCI works with federal and state legislators and policy makers to develop, promote and communicate positions on important issues, laws, regulations and initiatives. SCI generates broad support for candidates who support hunting and the issues that are important to them.

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Mission and Purpose

The mission of SCI is to protect the freedom to hunt and to promote wildlife conservation worldwide. The purposes of SCI are....

  • To advocate, preserve and protect the rights of all hunters.
  • To promote safe, legal and ethical hunting and related activities.
  • To advocate within the limits imposed by law and regulation.
  • To monitor, support, or otherwise take positions on local, national and international legislative, executive, judicial or organizational endeavors that foster and support SCI's mission and purposes.
  • To inform and educate the public concerning hunting and related activities.

SCI members help shape and promote the image of the hunter to the general public, through their words and actions. In addition to practicing ethical hunting while in the field, SCI members give back by participating in educational, civic, conservation, and humanitarian efforts across the globe.

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In SCI's office on Capitol Hill, we have experienced lobbyists, litigators, policy makers, and social media experts working hand-in-hand with wildlife biologists from our sister organization, the Safari Club International Foundation. We administer the largest hunter-led Political Action Committee (SCI-PAC), which helps support campaigns of legislators on both sides of the aisle. SCI's Washington, D.C. office has the capacity to:

  • Develop, edit, and analyze legislation.
  • Defend federal actions, rules, plans and policies in federal and state courts.
  • Alert and generate support for federal and state legislation through our communications network.
  • Support candidates in federal and state races throughout the country.
  • Draft scientifically supported comment letters and white papers on hunting related decision-making.
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SCI Record Book

With over 200,000 entries, the SCI Record Book is the largest of its kind in the world, SCI's Record Book is considered the gold standard of encyclopedias of big-game animals. The unique program and all-inclusive scoring system has helped document the hunting heritage since 1977. All entries are submitted by hunters and verified by Master Measurers to ensure accuracy. SCI contributes 100 percent of the net proceeds from the Record Book and its World Hunting Awards - which recognizes hunters who have achieved exceptional levels of big-game success - to conservation and anti-poaching efforts.

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SCI Chapters

Safari Club International offers tremendous benefits to both Chapters and members. The more that Chapters and members take advantage of everything SCI has to offer, the more value SCI has to them. With these tools, SCI and its Chapters and members are better equipped to protect the freedom to hunt and promote wildlife conservation worldwide.

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Hunter Information Service

Gain access to valuable insight to plan your next hunt.  From hunt reports, Country restrictions, Import / Export issues, firearms airlines restrictions? We've got you covered with the Hunter Information Service.

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Members gain access to the award winning publications of both the Monthly Safari Times, and the Bi-Monthly Safari Magazine delivered directly to you!

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Safari Magazine

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SCI’s award-winning, flagship publication delivers the most amazing hunting stories from around the world to SCI Members six times a year. SAFARI is packed with additional articles and columns reflecting the overall lifestyle of active affluent outdoorsmen and women containing a broad mix of hunting, fishing, gun and product reviews, wildlife art, international travel and more.

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This monthly tabloid-size full color newspaper presents important and timely information concerning hunters’ rights, national and international legislation and club news. Local SCI Chapter activities are featured, as well as education, conservation, and wildlife management efforts. Includes the highly regarded Hunting Insider, with critical information for the destination hunter.

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Safari Club International (SCI) is the leading defender of the freedom to hunt and supporter of wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI is unique in the scope of our ability to defend and advance our freedom to hunt, mobilizing our 152 chapters and affiliate network representing 7.2 million hunters around the world. SCI is also the only hunting rights organization with a Washington, D.C. - based international advocacy team and an all-species focus. In the U.S., SCI's full time staff of professional advocates provides the hunters' voice at the federal and state levels, including issues such as access to hunting on public lands and state management authority of wildlife. Through SCI's Hunter Advocacy Action Center (HAAC), SCI is able to educate and activate hunter advocates on issues in their communities, states, and across the nation. SCI's chapter networks in Canada and Europe are involved in advocacy on local and global hunting issues, protecting sportsmen's rights. And, for more than two decades, SCI has been the major defender of hunters in courtrooms throughout the country.

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From our headquarters in Washington, D.C. SCI tracks and takes part on behalf of hunters in State, Federal, International, Legal, and other issues that may impact the rights and privileges' of Hunters worldwide.

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Research Library

Hunting and its benefits for wildlife conservation are widely discussed and with great passion by all sides. If you're here, you've come to the right place to learn the importance of hunting and how SCI is defending the freedom to hunt and promote wildlife conservation worldwide.

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HAAC

The Hunter Advocacy Action Center (HAAC) is a revolutionary software program that enables SCI members and outdoorsmen to impact legislative issues like never before. Through the HAAC, SCI's Government Affairs staff connect SCI members directly to elected officials at the state and federal level, enabling engagement in public comment submissions and petitions related to issues that directly affect them, such as trophy import bans, expanding hunting access, and second amendment issues. Through the HAAC, SCI members have made thousands of direct connections with state and federal legislators, ensuring their voice is heard in the political process.

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SCI-PAC is a nonpartisan, Federal Election Commission-registered multi-candidate political action committee of SCI. SCI-PAC is the largest Sportsmen-led Political Action Committee in America. Contributions to SCI PAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions.

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SCI Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that funds and directs worldwide programs dedicated to wildlife conservation and outdoor education. SCI Foundation ensures that the best available science is used in wildlife policy and management and demonstrates the constructive role that hunting and hunters play in the conservation of biodiversity around the world. The organization is First For Wildlife, investing millions of dollars into wildlife conservation and education every year.

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Safari Club International Foundation has a 20-year history of being a leader in science-based, research-driven solutions to real problems facing wildlife conservation and sustainable use of wildlife resources. We partner with leading wildlife researchers at places like the Wyoming Migration Initiative at the University of Wyoming, the Center for Global Wildlife Conservation at SUNY-ESF, and the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana, to bring the latest applied techniques to wildlife conservation issues. However, doing cutting-edge, impactful research requires resources.

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African Wildlife Consultative Forum

The annual African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) is SCI Foundation's premier activity in Africa, bringing together a diverse group of international stakeholders, senior government delegates, professional hunting associations, policy experts and wildlife biologists. Discussions at this forum center on African wildlife issues and coordinating responses to current events.

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Outdoor Education

Education makes a difference in wildlife conservation. Sportsmen and women, avid in their passion of the outdoors, pass on their knowledge to peers and young people to continue our outdoor heritage.

What better way to learn about the outdoors and nature than by attending educational programs and workshops that not only focus on conservation education but demonstrate how to use the outdoors and nature as a classroom!

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SCI Annual Convention

Nashville, Tennessee
February 22 - 25, 2023

Safari Club International is coming to Nashville with an incredible roster of entertainment. Save the dates of February 22-25, 2023 to come support conservation efforts and celebrate the freedom to hunt with thousands of your fellow hunters at the world's largest hunting convention.

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Life Hunter Advocate Society

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SCI Recognizes the Lehigh Valley Chapter

Lehigh Valley SCI chapter  had the privilege of attending a donor event recently at Keystone Elk Country Alliance in Benezette, Pennsylvania. KECA has done so much to help the PA elk heard over the years and LVSCI has supported them the entire time with approximately $100,000 in donations over the years. That includes the $25,000 check LVSCI presented to them yesterday which fully funds the construction of a new ADA accessible elevated viewing station. Present at the check presentation were as follows:  Ben Pokolab (KECA Conservation Education Coordinator),(Bob NewLand, LVSCI chapter president), Jeff Gauger (Dir of development for KECA) and Chris Muller, SCI Regional Representative.

 

LVSCI is proud to be your chapter, We would like to thank our members who’s support makes this and other projects possible.

SCI would like to thank the following Sponsors:

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