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Sep 16, 2020

South Africa to Reopen Borders October 1st

President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa announced today that the country’s borders will reopen to business and tourism travel on October 1st, 2020. Just last week the cabinet had extended the national state of disaster until October 15, but after consultations with a variety of stake holders (including provincial and local governments, plus traditional leaders)

Sep 14, 2020

Tahr Wars: Episode 1

Earlier this summer, startling news broke out of New Zealand as the Department of Conservation (DOC) was on the verge of decimating the country’s Himalayan Tahr herd, which attracts tourists from around the world and supports robust commercial and recreational hunting industries. The now imminent implementation of the DOC’s controversial plan to greatly reduce the

Sep 14, 2020

The Downfall of the California Iconic African Species Protection Act: A Case Study on Successful Advocacy

In late August, Senate Bill 1175 (known as the Iconic African Species Protection Act) died on the State Senate floor when time expired for a concurrence vote. This bill, which Safari Club International (SCI), African governments, and several other like-minded stakeholders around the world objectively opposed and fought for several years now, was a textbook

Sep 14, 2020

Field To Fork with Cheyenne Ridge Outfitters

When hunters recall their latest adventures, it typically takes place around a grill or dinner table, and it’s a safe bet the rewards of that hunt are what’s on the menu. The Signature Lodge at Cheyenne Ridge Outfitters takes us into the kitchen to share a new venison dish they’ll be serving this fall.

Sep 11, 2020

Regulatory Changes Disenfranchise More than 7 Million Hunters Across Europe

On September 3rd, the European Union’s Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) Committee authorized troubling regulations that prohibit the use and possession of lead ammunition of any kind, in or within 100 meters (110 yards) of a designated wetland. Safari Club has worked closely with the European Federation for Hunting and

Sep 11, 2020

SCI Announces Multi-Year Sponsorship of Live the Wild Life TV with Gus Congemi

Safari Club International is proud to announce a new multi-year sponsorship with Live the Wild Life TV hosted by Gus Congemi. Available on the Pursuit Channel and Wild Television Network, the show combines Congemi’s lifelong passion for bowhunting and thirst for intense adventures to viewers in a way that celebrates conservation and the lifestyle of

Sep 10, 2020

Namibia Receiving International Flights and Tourists; South Africa Extends Border Closure 30 Days More

SCI members will be happy to know that international flights to Namibia are again available following a confusing September 1st reopening of the country’s borders and airport. South Africa, unfortunately, remains closed to foreign nationals. Namibia had announced an opening of its borders and requirements for self-quarantine by visitors at the beginning of September, but

Sep 9, 2020

Senate Committee Deliberates Returning Grizzly Bear Management Back to Where It Belongs – With State Agencies

Earlier today, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee held a hearing on Senate Bill 614, the  Grizzly Bear State Management Act. Senator John Barrasso (R – WY), chairman of the Committee, called the meeting to order. Senator Barrasso is a frequent champion of conservation policies grounded in sound science and devoid of the emotional

Sep 8, 2020

SCIF Leads the Charge in Conservation, Education and Humanitarian Services

The Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF), the sister organization to Safari Club International (SCI), works to ensure the future of wildlife and its habitat through conservation programs, education, and humanitarian services. At the end of SCIF’s Fiscal Year 2020, all participating SCI chapters, their members and our generous donors are commended for once again helping to fulfill

Sep 2, 2020

SCI Announces Sponsorship With Jim Shockey’s Shock Therapy

Safari Club International (SCI) is excited to announce a multi-year partnership with Shock Therapy, a new series hosted by legendary outdoorsman, hunter and outfitter, Jim Shockey. Shock Therapy with Jim Shockey joins the award-winning producer, author, naturalist and outfitter as he pulls back the curtain on his 25-year archive of what is some of the

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