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Jul 27, 2021

SCI Opposes Section 436 of Interior Appropriations Bill

SCI Opposes Section 436 of Interior Appropriations Bill Safari Club International (SCI) strongly opposes the inclusion of Section 436 of the Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Act 2022, which is now set for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives this week. If the bill passes with Section 436 included, it will be sent to

Jul 20, 2021

Why Deer Hunters Should Care About African Trophy Import Bans

This piece first ran in the July 19th edition of The Hunting Wire as part of the Voices of Leadership Panel Series. The full edition can be found here.

Jul 19, 2021

SCI Leading the Fight Against International Import Ban in Interior Appropriations Bill

Safari Club International (SCI) strongly opposes section 436 of the Interior Appropriations Bill, which is now set for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives the week of July 26th. If passed, it will include a blanket ban on trophy imports from a sport hunted elephant or lion from Tanzania, Zimbabwe, or Zambia and

Jul 19, 2021

Canada to Open Border to Fully Vaccinated Travelers in August

Thanks in part to the efforts of Safari Club International (SCI), the Government of Canada has announced details for a plan to allow fully vaccinated travelers to enter the border for non-essential travel. Recently, SCI sent a letter to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau requesting him to open the country’s border to fully vaccinated Americans when the quarantine requirements were

Jul 19, 2021

Namibia Extends Latest COVID Restrictions Through July

Namibia’s latest COVID-19 restrictions on travel within that country have been extended through the end of July. Readers will remember SCI’s news alert regarding tightened restrictions designed to stem a third wave of COVID-19 infections in that country. President of Namibia Dr. Hage G. Geingob had announced a lockdown on travel between regions of Namibia

Jul 19, 2021

South Africa Extends Level 4 COVID Restrictions to End of July

South Africa has extended its new Alert Level 4 COVID-19 restrictions through July 30, 2021. Readers will remember SCI’s news alert when the ramped-up restrictions were first implemented on June 28 due to increasing infection rates caused by the Delta variant of the coronavirus. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a renewed lockdown that included

Jul 19, 2021

THE CASE OF THE RESURGENT RHINO

The former Kingdom of Nepal rarely makes the news, unless it experiences a particularly horrific earthquake, as in 2015, or one member of the royal family organizes the massacre of the rest, as happened in 2001. Last month, however, Nepal made it into the pages of The Economist with a piece of indisputable good news

Jul 17, 2021

Mossberg’s 464 – Old School Game Getter

I will state for the record, I have a strong affinity for lever-action rifles. Most likely it started with the spate of TV Westerns and movies as I was growing up. And virtually every farm had a Winchester 94, Marlin 36 or Savage 99 in .30-30, along with a shotgun and likely a .22 in

Jul 15, 2021

Purple Heart Recipients Enjoy Weekend of Fishing and Fellowship During Annual Georgia SCI Event at Lake Lanier

Purple Heart Recipients Enjoy Weekend of Fishing and Fellowship During Annual Georgia SCI Event at Lake Lanier SUWANEE, GA (July 14, 2021) – The Georgia Chapter of Safari Club International (SCI) was honored to host 25 purple heart recipients during its annual Wounded Veterans Fishing Weekend at Lake Lanier July 9-11.  The event, which has been

Jul 15, 2021

PHs ARE ALSO HUNTERS!

The distance was too great to hear the shot, but thanks to cell phone magic I knew Mark had gotten a good gobbler. We were hunting on friend Zack Aultman’s place in South Georgia. At dawn, Billy Myers and I heard several gobblers, but they’d gone deadly quiet early. Getting Mark onto a turkey was

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