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Jan 18, 2022

Looming Threats to Hunting in 2022

Safari Club International and the hunting community had some big fights – and won many – in 2021. Unfortunately, many of these are carrying into the New Year. From ballot box biology, to No-Net-Loss, to international trophy bans, the threats are at every level: state, federal, international, and in the media. Here are the big

Jan 17, 2022

Senator Roger Marshall and Representative Bruce Westerman Named 2020 and 2021 SCI Federal Legislators of the Year

Senator Roger Marshall Safari Club International (SCI) is proud to announce U.S. Senator Roger Marshall of Kansas has been named 2020 SCI Federal Legislator of the Year. Senator Marshall, who was sworn in as Kansas’ junior senator this past January, previously represented the 1st Congressional district of Kansas from 2017 until 2021.  Senator Marshall is

Jan 17, 2022

SCI Is Proud To Announce The 2022 Artist Of The Year – John Banovich

Much of SCI’s 50-year history has been financially supported by generous donations from outstanding artists. Painters, sculptors, jewelers, engravers and custom furniture manufacturers, exhibit throughout the SCI Convention. They are SCI featured artists that attract members from around the world.   For decades, wildlife artwork has been featured on most of SCI’s magazine covers and

Jan 14, 2022

What Was I Thinking?

 We crawled like lizards along the knife-like ridge. Jagged rocks punished my body. I slowly peeked over the edge and spotted 15 or more mountain goats feeding in our direction. They were over 200 yards away, slowly working toward us. As I eased the backpack in position, Paul Chervanek of Kodiak Outdoor Adventures was peering

Jan 13, 2022

BIG NEWS TODAY: Governor Kristi Noem to Receive Courage Under Fire Award!

At Safari Club International’s 50th Celebration Convention in Las Vegas, SCI will award Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota the Courage Under Fire Award. The ceremony will take place on Thursday, January 20th during the Night of the Hunter Banquet. Tickets are selling out fast – be sure to get yours today! Governor Noem previously served in

Jan 12, 2022

No Justification Needed

Alleviating Conflict Should Be a Bonus of Predator Hunting, Not a Requirement By Dr. Chris Comer, Director of Conservation SCI Foundation

Jan 12, 2022

SCI Welcomes KUIU as a National Sponsor

Washington, D.C. (January 12, 2022) – Safari Club International (SCI) is excited to announce that KUIU has become a national sponsor of SCI. As sportsmen and women around the world know, KUIU is a high-performance hunting gear company known for using cutting-edge innovation to build gear with uncompromised quality and performance. Since its founding in 2011, KUIU

Jan 11, 2022

Convention Seminar Explores Travel with Firearms

A sub-committee, of SCI’s International Affairs Committee, has arranged for a blue-ribbon panel of experts to discuss the growing challenges of traveling with sporting firearms.  The event will start at 1 p.m., Jan. 20, at the Surf B-C meeting room at Mandalay Bay Convention Center during the SCI Convention in Las Vegas. Travel With Firearms is a

Jan 11, 2022

SCI Comments on Potential CO Blaze Orange Regulations

Update as of January 12: Recently, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission proposed a new requirement for archery hunters to wear blaze orange during the muzzleloader season. SCI opposed this for several reasons and submitted comments to CPW. Thanks in part to these efforts, the CPW Commission just now tabled the Department’s proposal to require blaze orange for

Jan 10, 2022

Update to the UK Animal Rights Initiative

The New Year has brought new ideas to the United Kingdom’s Animals Abroad Bill, which seeks to protect wild and domestic animals by declaring them sentient beings. Of particular note is the radical trophy ban in the bill, which will prohibit the import of thousands of hunted species, particularly from Africa, to the country. This

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