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On Nov. 3, 2017, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR) signed an emergency rule allowing rifle cartridges that were allowed in previous seasons to be used during the 2017 deer hunting season.
Safari Club International encourages all sportsmen and women to engage in the planning process to make sure the Tonto National Forest stays open to hunting and shooting. The current plan for the Forest dates back to 1985.
Mentoring young and new hunters is key to the future of the hunting heritage. Wisconsin is moving in the right direction.
Hunters in Pennsylvania -- your help is needed to defeat House Bill 1483. Introduced by Representative David Maloney (R-130) on Oct. 16, 2017, HB 1483 would jeopardize approximately $25 million in conservation funding generated by Pennsylvania’s sportsmen and women and will significantly curtail the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s ability to manage the wildlife resources of the Commonwealth.
Hunters and groups like SCI soon will be able to weigh-in on Wyoming’s management of its newly delisted grizzly bear population in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Feral hogs are a growing problem in Arkansas and across the United States.
These wild pigs have an estimated total population between four and five million across approximately 39 states. They cause approximately $1.5 billion annually in agricultural and ecological costs. Also, they present challenging and, in most states,