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In every state, Safari Club International monitors, tracks, and evaluates legislation impacting hunting, hunters, and wildlife conservation. SCI works with pro-sportsmen elected leaders through the collaboration of the individual state sportsmen’s caucuses. Building relationships between state leaders and sportsmen as well as staying current on the issues ensures that SCI is protecting your right to hunt.

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On The Issues

Recent State Affairs Articles

Arizona’s Deer, Elk Clear Of Chronic Wasting Disease

By 2ton | March 27, 2017

Department officials did not find any cases of CWD in the 750-plus deer (mule and white-tailed) and elk that were harvested by hunters and voluntarily submitted for testing in 2016. Game and Fish has been testing for the presence of the disease in Arizona since 1998. While CWD has been

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MDC Continues Feral Hog Removal Efforts

By 2ton | March 21, 2017

Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) wildlife biologists on the feral hog strike team have tallied up numbers for 2016. The year yielded a total of 5,358 feral hogs removed by MDC, partner agencies and private landowners, which is a significant increase over efforts the previous year. In 2015, 3,649 feral

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Proposed Number Of Permits For 2017 NH Moose Hunt Announced

By 2ton | March 14, 2017

New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has proposed to reduce statewide moose hunt permit issuance from 71 in 2016 to 51 in 2017. The initial proposal was approved by the Fish and Game Commission at its February meeting. This begins the state’s rulemaking process, which includes developing a rule-making notice,

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VT Fish & Wildlife Initiates Moose Study

By 2ton | March 9, 2017

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is initiating a multi-year study to better understand the state’s moose herd. Moose across the

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Court Mandates New Recovery Plan For Endangered Mexican Wolf

By 2ton | December 8, 2016
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Arizona Game And Fish Asks Hunters To Save, Return Tracking Collars

By 2ton | December 6, 2016

The technology is not inexpensive. A collar can range in cost up to several thousands of dollars. When factoring in additional costs of human resources, equipment and capture, the department is making a substantial investment in each collared animal. A portion of the funding comes from the Wildlife and Sport

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