SCI Will Attend the One With Nature Exhibition This Fall in Hungary

Tucson, AZ (August 2, 2021) – This fall, The One With Nature: World of Hunting and Nature Exhibition will be held in Budapest, Hungary, and Safari Club International (SCI) will share the message that wildlife conservation is of prime importance to preserving nature, and hunting is the number one conservation tool.

“The first One with Nature Exhibition was held in 1871, and it has become a very important forum for hunters, conservationists, nature lovers and wildlife professionals from around the world to gather, share ideas and discuss the very important issues surrounding the world’s wildlife,” said W. Laird Hamberlin, CEO of SCI. “SCI will promote the hunter-conservationist point of view throughout this event.”

Hamberlin added, “We will also stress SCI’s conservation work across the globe, as well as our strong presence in Europe which was strengthened in 2020 through the establishment of SCI’S Europe Committee.”

One With Nature will feature a series of lectures and panel discussions, presentations and conferences and exhibits. Key themes throughout the event will be Nature and Wildlife Conservation, Nature and the Impacts of Technology, and Hunting and Sustainability. Speakers, presenters and participants will include a diverse selection of international wildlife professionals and their organizations, policy makers and community organizations. As the organizing country, Hungary will emphasize the topic of coexistence between humans and wildlife.

The event will provide important information and knowledge exchange on the above themes and topics, will strengthen international networking and will expand economic opportunities for those individuals and organizations involved in conserving wildlife and promoting hunting-based conservation. Interested members of the public can also attend.

“From September 25th to October 14th the One With Nature Exhibition will take place in Hungary with the support of SCI, the European Committee and the Hungarian Chapter,” commented Dr. Miguel Estade, SCI European Committee Chair. “The last Hunting World Exhibition was held in Budapest in 1971. We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the event with hunters from all five continents. The One With Nature Exhibition will demonstrate how hunting is the preferred tool for conservation of biodiversity. This is a unique occasion from which all hunters will benefit.”

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