SCI News

  • SCI Supports Hunting As Part Of Lion Conservation

    July 20, 2017

    Safari Club International notes the recent media reports on the hunting of a lion in Zimbabwe.

  • Immediate Changes to South African Firearm Registration Guidelines for American Hunters

    March 23, 2017

    ​The South African Police Services’ Central Firearms Desk has announced its decision to no longer accept United States Department of Homeland Security Certificates of Registration, commonly known as CBP Form 4457, if the date in the top right hand corner of the form has expired.

  • SCI's Ultimate Sportsmen's Market Celebrated its 45th Convention

    February 16, 2017

    This year marks a huge benchmark in science-based wildlife conservation. Through 45 years of continuous growth and efforts by Safari Club International and its members, SCI celebrated its anniversary at the Convention in Las Vegas, February 1-4, 2017. For over a week, as exhibitors moved in and hunters arrived from around the globe, there was a great gathering at SCI to show their support for conservation and to celebrate hunting, fishing, and shooting sports.

  • Parsons Named SCI CEO

    December 12, 2016

    Rick Parsons has been named SCI’s new Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Phil DeLone. Parsons joined SCI in 1985 and has held various positions in the organization since, including stints as the head of the Washington, D.C. Office and as interim Executive Director at the Tucson, Arizona headquarters.

  • Call to Take Action—Importers/Exporters of Wildlife Into/Out of the U.S. in 2002-10, 2013-14

    November 15, 2016

    If you imported or exported wildlife into or from the United States in 2002-2010, 2013, and/or 2014, you need to decide whether to take action to help prevent potential disclosure of certain personal and financial information to Humane Society International (HSI).

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