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About Us

For over 50 years, Safari Club International (SCI) has been the leader in defending the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide.

SCI is unique in the scope of our ability to defend and advance our freedom to hunt. SCI is the only hunting rights organization with a Washington, D.C. based national and international advocacy team and an all-species focus. SCI also mobilizes more than 150 chapters and affiliate networks representing millions of hunters around the world.  The conservation projects of SCI’s sister organization, SCI Foundation (SCIF), support research, wildlife management, conservation projects, and rural community leadership in North America, Africa, and Central Asia. In addition, SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention is the world’s ultimate sportsmen’s market that celebrates our freedom to hunt with the world’s premier outfitters, hunting celebrities, and more.

In the U.S., SCI’s robust team of professional advocates provides the hunters’ voice in commissions, U.S. state legislatures, U.S. Congress, and the U.S. Administration. SCI Advocacy is on the frontlines of every issue facing the hunting community, from state predator management, to traditional ammunition use, to Sunday hunting legislation, to trophy import bans, and much more. Through SCI’s Hunter Advocacy Action Center (HAAC), SCI is able to educate and activate a sprawling network of hunter advocates on issues in their communities, states and countries. Supported by this grassroots army, SCI’s political action committee (SCI-PAC), and the Hunter Action Fund (SCI’s superPAC), SCI Advocacy works hand in hand with our champions in Congress and state legislatures. In addition, for more than two decades, SCI has been the major defender of hunters in courtrooms throughout the country, including litigating dozens of cases throughout the United States involving domestic and international hunting-related issues and filing seven U.S. Supreme Court briefs on wildlife law.

SCI’s staff, partner organizations, and chapter networks internationally are involved in advocacy on local and global hunting issues, particularly in opposing international hunting import bans, opposing firearms restrictions, supporting rural areas and community leadership, and more. SCI is active in Africa, Canada, and European Institutions – among them the European Council, European Parliament, and European Commission. In addition, SCI and SCIF lead in global organizations and conferences, such as CITES and SCIF’s African Wildlife Consultative Forum, on behalf of hunters and communities advocating for the important role of sustainable use of wildlife in conservation. Our team is the only one among hunting rights organizations that defends all hunters for all species from around the world while amplifying local voices and supporting sustainable stewardship of wildlife.

SCI members are leaders in their communities and are dedicated to preserving our hunting heritage for current and future generations. Hunting access in the United States and around the world takes many forms; no matter what, where, or how you hunt, SCI defends your freedom to do it as we stand First for Hunters.

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