For the past 30 years, there has been a steady decline in the number of youths who hunt, fish, or enjoy any form of outdoor recreational activities both Nationally and in Nevada. This is supported by statistics compiled by the U.S.
Today the CEO of Safari Club International (SCI), W. Laird Hamberlin, vowed swift action to ensure that its convention exhibitors operate in full compliance with SCI’s policies. The release of heavily edited convention video footage that allegedly shows vendors at Safari Club International’s Annual Convention violating SCI policies has triggered the opening of an ethics investigation by SCI.
(Editor’s Note: Safari Club International will celebrate its Golden 50th Anniversary in 2021. The 50th SCI Convention will be held in 2022, which means there will be the opportunity to celebrate two important landmarks in the near future.
Safari Club International, the leader in defending the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide, raised an astounding $140,000 in response to a strategic call to action focused on the proposed forced reintroduction of wolves into Colorado.
Safari Club International will be holding its 2020-2021 elections in Washington, DC during the May 9, 2020 SCI Board of Directors Meeting.
If you meet the eligibility requirements as listed below and would like to serve on the SCI Board in any of the following positions, please visit the SCI website www.safariclub.org to obtain the proper forms. If you do not have Internet access, you may contact Stephanie Carabeo at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 798-4916 for assistance.
Donald Trump Jr. Helps SCI Top Its 48th Annual Convention With A Record Auction To Benefit Education02/10/2020
Safari Club International ended its annual Convention in Reno, Nevada this year on a star-studded high note.
Preparation is underway and the finishing touches are going on the booths for the 48th Annual SCI Convention and Ultimate Hunter's Market!
World class taxidermy, world renowned artists, bespoke firearms and any adventure you can imagine is here. If you're not in Reno yet, better get here soon. The fun kicks off tomorrow and runs through Saturday Feb. 8th.
In our most recent Safari Times articles I’ve introduced you to the Record Book staff. These dedicated individuals led by Gabe Paz handle the day-to-day business of the Record Book and World Hunting Awards.
At this moment they are busy planning for the Record Book booth at convention and the 2020 Night of the Hunter event, which is held Thursday, Feb. 6 in the Peppermill ballroom. The emcees this year are Jim Shockey and Alain Smith, so be prepared for lots of fun.