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The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will meet March 21-22 to discuss several wildlife management issues, including modifications to big game rules and grizzly bear hunting opportunities.
SCI’s efforts to support the delisting of the Yellowstone area grizzly bears are beginning to pay off. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGF) has opened a public comment period on draft regulations establishing a grizzly bear hunting season. Comments must be submitted before 5 p.m. April 30, 2018.
he Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will meet March 22 to discuss several proposed hunting regulation changes to the 2018-2019 seasons and is accepting public comments on those proposed changes.
With the 2018 legislative session in full swing, it’s important that SCI members stay up to date on what is happening in their state Capitol. Although SCI tracks and monitors more bills than the handful listed below, your Department of Hunter Advocacy wanted to share with you a few proposals we support or oppose.
SCI encourages all sportsmen and women in Maryland to contact their Senator and ask him/her to support Senate Bill 817.
Safari Club International is pleased by the passage of Senate Bill 451 in the West Virginia legislature. If approved by Governor Justice, this legislation will expand and enhance Sunday hunting opportunities for the 500,000 sportsmen and women in the Mountain State.