The Supreme Court ruled that a treaty between the U.S. and the Crow Tribe could give members of that tribe the right to ignore state hunting regulations.
The bill’s author, Natural Resources Committee Chairman Raul Grijalva, (Democrat – AZ) failed to show up to support his own anti-hunting bill!?
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission unanimously denied a petition to ban all bobcat hunting and trapping.
Babaz points out the lunacy of a bill that has been introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives that, if passed into law, would harm the very wildlife it purports to want to help…
SCI is finalizing arrangements to hold the 2020 Annual Hunters’ Convention February 5-8 in Reno, Nevada, rather than the previously scheduled dates of January 15-18.
There seems to be a deliberate confusion in the MSM media about the difference between legal hunting and illegal poaching.
Safari Club International (SCI) today announced its support for Hunter Nation with a $15,000 donation to help fund efforts to protect the right to hunt and to conserve wildlife resources.
Without conservation hunting, these African nations will undoubtedly see human-wildlife conflict increase, a rapid loss of animal habitat to human activities.
W. Laird Hamberlin, a longtime member of Safari Club International, has been named SCI’s Chief Executive Officer, effective April 1. He succeeds Richard M. Parsons, who will serve as his deputy during
By all measures, Safari Club International’s 47th Annual Convention in Reno, Nevada last week was a huge success, setting the stage for an even bigger and better Convention next year.
Safari Club International President Paul Babaz is once again running for the NRA Board. He was appointed to the NRA Board last year and is running again this year. He needs your votes.
By all measures, Safari Club International’s 47th Annual Convention in Reno, Nevada last week was a huge success, setting the stage for an even bigger and better Convention next year – don’t miss it.
Safari Club International, Jamy Traut Hunting Safaris and Craig Boddington have teamed-up to offer an unequaled leopard hunting opportunity. All proceeds will benefit wildlife conservation.
Meet Jan Murray, a non-hunter, retired nurse, small business owner, motor coach travel escort, mother and avid outdoorsperson who enthusiastically supports SCI both on the local & International levels
When you attend SCI’s Hunters Convention in Reno, Nevada this coming Jan. 9-12, 2019, enhance your convention experience by attending the following special events.
Meet Jack Cassidy, Colorado Big Game Outfitter for 40 years, active SCI member on both the local and national level, 2015 SCI North American Professional Hunter of the Year award recipient.
H.R. 6784, the Manage Our Wolves Act, was introduced in September by Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI). The bill was approved 196-180 and secured bipartisan support from nine Democrats and 187 Republicans.
The fifth and last of five rifles in the World Heritage Rifle Series will be auctioned at the 47th SCI Hunters’ Convention to be held in Reno, Nevada, January 9-12, 2019.
Meet Bill Moench, a citrus farmer from Terra Bella, California, SCI member of the California Sierra Chapter and avid volunteer.
Game Trackers Africa is a Namibian-based company, which serves as the marketing agent for various endeavors in different parts of Africa, including Tanzania, Cameroon and South Africa.
British royalty is lending its voice to the choir singing the praises of trophy hunting as a conservation solution in Africa where anti-hunting eco-imperialists have dismissed the knowledge.
Somerby Safaris, owned and operated by Drom & Sune Beukes, has grown into one of South Africa’s premier hunting outfitters.
Giraffes are among wildlife species adversely affected by increased illegal poaching in Botswana. This follows the banning of legal hunting there several years ago.
Today, the New Jersey Outdoor Alliance, Safari Club International, and Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation filed a legal challenge to New Jersey’s ill-advised closure of state lands to the upcoming black
California Gov. Edmund G. (Jerry) Brown Jr. vetoed a bill that would have prevented hunters from possessing and in some cases importing the named African species in the bill.