SCI maintains two blogs. Hunt Forever chronicles the exciting worldwide hunts SCI members take and covers subjects of importance to all hunters. First For Hunters chronicles SCI’s work to defeat anti hunting attacks. 

Guns & Hunting

Armchair Safari - Far Away Up The Nile

04/05/2019 Hunt Forever

John G Millais came from an artistic and hunting family. He traveled throughout Africa studying the people, the country and the wildlife. He was an ardent hunter. His Nile book was the result of a trip to the Sudan and many of the remote districts…

Guns & Hunting

Norma Releases ECOSTRIKE – Lead-Free High-Impact Hunting Ammunition

04/04/2019 Hunt Forever

Norma’s new ECOSTRIKE brings the latest bullet technology to create a lead-free projectile with better ballistic coefficients and more reliable terminal performance. ECOSTRIKE is a great choice for hunting medium and large game because it expands at…

State

Entries Sought For Wisconsin Wild Turkey, Pheasant And Waterfowl Stamp Design Contests

04/03/2019 Hunt Forever

Artists looking to have their work featured on a piece of history have until July 15, 2019 to submit artwork for the 2020 Wisconsin wild turkey, pheasant and waterfowl stamp design contests. The contest is open to anyone 18 years of age or older…

Conservation

How Zambia Manages Human Wildlife Conflict

04/02/2019 Hunt Forever

Paul Zyambo, Zambia’s Director of National Parks and Wildlife, explains why it is important to conserve wildlife and how human/wildlife conflicts can be managed for the betterment of African communities.      

Guns & Hunting

Win A Black Bear Hunt!

04/01/2019 Hunt Forever

Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) is holding a sweepstakes for a seven-day Alaskan coastal black bear hunt for two lucky hunters to help fund ongoing SCIF conservation programs. Join Coastal Alaska Adventures aboard a fully-equipped 58-…

Guns & Hunting

Namibia: Emerging Giant

03/29/2019 Hunt Forever

Four young kudu bulls in northern Namibia. All of these are too young, but they’re going to be nice bulls in a few more years. Despite ravages from rabies, Namibia has a lot of kudu and still produces very fine bulls.Back in the mid-1970s I devoured…