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. 

International

An Open letter from the President of the African Professional Hunters’ Association

06/03/2019 Hunt Forever

Editor's Note: Jason Roussos, President of the African Professional Hunters’ Association responds to the outcry and outrage from the rabid anti-hunting organizations regarding hunting in Africa and the need for scientific management programs to…

State

Florida’s New Deer Hunting Rules For 2019-20

06/03/2019 Hunt Forever

At its February meeting, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) Commissioners passed new deer hunting rules that take effect starting with the opening of archery and crossbow seasons in Zone A on Aug. 3, 2019. Annual statewide bag…

Guns & Hunting

Parque Diana: One Of “Mr. Mac’s” Places

05/31/2019 Hunt Forever

Heather Smith, Gary Wells and Boddington with Wells’ huge red stag, taken on Parque Diana in Argentina’s Patagonia region.By the time SCI was started in 1973, founder C.J. McElroy (1913-2002) had hunted most of the places in the world…as our hunting…

Inside SCI

Inside-Hunting: New SCI Member Benefit Launches In June

05/30/2019 Hunt Forever

Safari Club International launches a new member benefit called Inside-Hunting with the June Issue of Safari Times, the monthly members-only newspaper that is available both in printed form delivered to members’ homes and online in the SCI website…

Inside SCI

SCIF Community-Based Hunting Program Helps Other Endangered Wildlife in Tajikistan

05/30/2019 Hunt Forever

Last year, SCIF began support for the conservation of wild Bukhara urial sheep in southwestern Tajikistan. Urial is a species that is vulnerable itself, threatened by poaching and intensive pressure from livestock grazing, but a community-based…

Guides & Outfitters

PH Spotlight - Graham Williams

05/29/2019 Hunt Forever

Graham Williams tagged along when his friend, Colin, booked a dangerous game hunt for banteng and buffalo and a chain of events producing unintended consequences began. His first shots stopped a wounded banteng at eight yards that was charging Colin…