SCI received high praise in a recently published book written by Lowell Baier, entitled Inside the Equal Access to Justice ActEnvironmental Litigation and the Crippling Battle over America’s Lands, Endangered Species, and Critical Habitat.  In Chapter 6, Barbarians at the Gate: Saints and Sinners, the author writes:
A discussion of environmental activism cannot overlook sportsmen’s groups, which focus primarily on fish and wildlife conservation and have traditionally avoided litigation  . . . They are generally adverse to litigation with one major exception, Safari Club International (SCI), the largest in membership, which was organized in 1972. Click Here to Read More


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New Regulations, Protesters Fail To Hobble NJ Black Bear Hunt


Despite a seemingly slow start Monday and a ban on hunting bears on state-owned land, the harvest numbers  on opening day of New Jersey’s black bear archery hunting season are up slightly from last year. The Whittingham station was also the focus…

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Hunting Leaders File Lawsuit Challenging New Jersey Black Bear Hunt Ban


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 bear hunt.  "NJOA is proud to continue the fight…