Jun 30, 2020

Wildlife Migration Corridors Highlight Safari Club’s Commitment to Conservation, Advocacy & Education

A research project, funded in part by the Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) and the Hunter Legacy Fund 100 Endowment, has tracked the spring migration of a mule deer herd more than 4,000 strong into the backyard of SCIF’s American Wilderness Leadership School. The project is led by the Wyoming Migration Initiative (WMI) and the

Jun 26, 2020

Namibia Set to Reopen Borders in September 2020

Namibia plans to re-open its borders under a Stage 5 reopening strategy on September 18, 2020. President Dr. Hage G. Geingob announced the reopening target date during a press conference on June 22, where he also announced that 13 of 14 regions in Namibia will move from Stage 3 restrictions to Stage 4 on Monday,

Jun 26, 2020

Costly Anti-Hunting Legislation Passes California Senate

Today, the California Senate passed Senate Bill 1175 mostly along party lines, 29-8, despite outspoken domestic and international opposition. This legislation will now go before the Assembly for consideration after they return from recess on July 13th. If passed, this bill would prohibit the importation and possession of several common game species from Africa including

Jun 26, 2020

SCI Alaska Chapter to Donate 100% of AK Governor’s Nunivak Island Muskox Permit Raffle to State Fish & Game Conservation Program

In a unanimous and unprecedented decision, Safari Club International’s Alaska Chapter recently voted to donate 100% of the proceeds from their coveted Nunivak Island Muskox Permit raffle to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game’s Wildlife Conservation program.  SCI AK Chapters executive director Louis Cusack stated that the Chapters February Banquet was a great success

Jun 26, 2020

Idaho Tag Drawing Results Available; Second Drawing Set for August; Super Hunt Tag Draw Open

The results for Idaho’s controlled hunt tag drawing are now available. Hunters who applied for the deer, elk, pronghorn and fall black bear and turkey controlled hunt tags can check if they were successful here . Although the Idaho Department of Fish & Game will send an email and/or postcard to successful applicants by July

Jun 25, 2020

SCI Partners with The High Road With Keith Warren

Safari Club International (SCI) is excited to announce a multi-year partnership with “The High Road with Keith Warren” to promote the advocacy and conservation efforts of the organization as it leads the way in defending the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. Keith Warren has been an outdoor advocate and TV personality for

Jun 24, 2020

Jake DeBow on Tag Soup

Episode #23 of SCI’s Tag Soup podcast features Jake DeBow, Region 1 Wildlife Biologist for New Hampshire Fish and Game. As a biologist with NHFG, Jake partners with forestland owners and foresters in the North Country to incorporate wildlife habitat considerations into forest management decisions – a service that Fish and Game has been providing

Jun 24, 2020

Enter to win a Kamchatka Brown Bear Hunt & Support the SCI Foundation

Don’t miss your chance to win a once in a lifetime opportunity to hunt for one of Russia’s legendary Kamchatka brown bears. For just $20 you can buy a chance to win an all-expense paid hunt worth more than $15,000. The deadline to purchase tickets is June 30, 2020. The hunt is valid through 2021.

Jun 24, 2020

Closure of US Borders With Canada and Mexico Extended Again

The closure of the US border with Canada and Mexico due to the Coronavirus has been extended through July 21, 2020. Originally announced March 23, this is the third time the border restriction has been extended in agreement with the governments of Canada and Mexico. The borders remain closed to all nonessential travel, including hunting

Jun 21, 2020

Missouri Department of Conservation Proposes New Black Bear Hunting Season

The Missouri Department of Conservation recently proposed new hunting regulations as part of its updated black bear management plan. The announcement is welcome news for Safari Club International Foundation, having funded the state’s initial population estimate thanks to a generous grant from the Hunter Legacy Fund endowment. This Phase 1 project was done along with

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