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Calling all lawyers…the wait is over! Registration for the 2019 annual Wildlife Law Continuing Legal Education course is now open.
Registration is now open for SCI’s Protect Your Freedom to Hunt luncheon and auction. The luncheon will be held Saturday, Jan. 12, 2019, during SCI’s 47th Annual Hunters’ Convention in Reno, Nevada.
SCI Life Member Jack Carr, a New York Times bestselling author, outdoorsman and former U.S. Navy SEAL, is the keynote speaker at the luncheon.
At a time when more kids are less connected with the natural world, a new television series is reshaping the image of our conservation heritage while promoting outdoor lifestyles in households and classrooms across the country.
For seven years, the SCI Arkansas Chapter has sponsored the National Rifle Association’s Youth Hunter Education Challenge at both the state and national level. YHEC is training and mentoring the next generation of hunters. Youth compete in two age divisions — Juniors (ages 10-14) and Seniors (ages 15-18).
I am a past shooter and annual attendee of the Grand National Quail Hunt (GNQH) in Enid, Oklahoma, and have been for more than 30 years. It is a great event and I have had the good fortune to meet, hunt and trade stories with many fine people there over the years.
The Alabama Chapter of SCI had the pleasure of hosting the Alabama Department of Conservation at its September bi-monthly meeting. Wildlife Biologist Keith Gualdin attended as the representative and spoke on various efforts going on throughout the state including coyote tracking studies, black bear sightings, CWD testing, and the major topic of the evening, the Adult Mentoring Program.
This year, SCI’s Life Member Breakfast embraces the camaraderie of hunting camp like no other.
This year Safari Club International is introducing the Hunter Information Service, a new benefit available to SCI’s 50,000-plus members. The service provides SCI members with an online library and real-time helpline for information on all things related to hunting, hunting travel and sustainable use conservation.
Dust, daytime heat, nighttime cold, sundowners and puff adder tracks in the road, this was Namibia and the 17th trip for me to provide Safari Care – Blue Bag health care to the local residents in need. Namibia is one of the primary countries I deliver health care and supplies to because of the positive reception we get in the villages and schools. An additional bonus is the availability and ease of which I can buy medications to use on these trips.