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Safari Club International is the leading organization protecting all hunter’s rights by actively lobbying at the state, provincial and federal level. We are a non-profit organization that relies solely on our dedicated volunteers, membership fees, fund raising events and charitable contributions to carry out the battle to protect the freedom to hunt. Hunting must not be lost!

We intend to take back the ground lost and fight vigorously to insure your children and grandchildren have the same opportunity to hunt that you did growing up. Every member of SCI is also a conservationist on many levels.

From our membership dollars that go to support SCI Foundation’s global activities and the hundreds of local chapter projects to the support of federal and local game and fish agencies through purchase of licenses and sporting equipment, members of SCI are conservationists of the best kind. The community of SCI hunters promotes strong family values and teaches young hunter’s about hunting and the role hunters play in sustainable wildlife conservation.

Missions & Involvement

Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. These primary missions are supported through the many arenas of the organization.  

Advocate:  Since 2000, SCI has spent $140 million on protecting the freedom to hunt through policy advocacy, litigation, and education for federal and state legislators to ensure hunting is protected for future generations. Through direct involvement and partnerships with like-minded organizations, SCI has become a political force in Washington, D.C. and other world capitals.

Read more in  Advocacy .

Connect: When you become a member of SCI, you join a network of over 55,000 like-minded individuals all over the world. In your local community there may already be an official SCI chapter. Working side by side, holding similar attitudes about the importance and responsibility of being a hunter, SCI members make a tangible difference through conservation efforts in their communities and voicing their concerns to representatives who take them to the floors of Washington.

Read more in  Membership .

Educate: We provide breaking news, legal issues, government actions, product reviews, and exciting stories of the hunt, to more than 45,000 members. Through our publications, Safari Magazine and Safari Times, we keep you up to date on events and board actions as well, teach you some tips and techniques, and stories about other membersˊ hunting expeditions.

Read more in  Media .

Represent:  SCI members help shape and promote the image of the hunter to non-hunters through their words and actions. In addition to practicing ethical hunting while in the field and around others, members can give back by participating in humanitarian efforts taking place across the globe through the affiliated charitable organization, Safari Club International Foundation.

Read more at  SCI Foundation .

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President  – rich gotshall vice president – keith almeida treasurer  treasurer  – sean mccann secretary  – bob salisbury.

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Marcus Andrade

John Pepper

James Rittenhouse

Douglas Sensenig

Craig Van Der Heiden

Shawn Beightol

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  • Start date Aug 14, 2020

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  • Aug 14, 2020

The Shikar Club, the one founded or co-founded by Frederick Courteney Selous, seems to be one of those extremely exclusive organizations which keep an extremely low (or in this case, non-existent) profile ... but if anyone here has any information about it ... (other than wiki) ... I'd be interested. I am currently working on a PPt / Photo-Essay / Documentary (possibly) ... about Selous (the man), and I don't want to leave anything out ... Also ... I assume that The Shikar Club and The Shikar Safari Club International Foundation are two completely separate and distinct organizations with no relationship to one another ... (other than the words Shikar and Club). Is that correct? Does anyone know? ... Thanks ...  

I never took a Rigby of any caliber to Africa ... (SIG-Sauer .300WM ... Winchester Model 70 .375 H&H ... Searcy Double in .470NE) ...  

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Scholar said: The Shikar Club, the one founded or co-founded by Frederick Courteney Selous, seems to be one of those extremely exclusive organizations which keep an extremely low (or in this case, non-existent) profile ... but if anyone here has any information about it ... (other than wiki) ... I'd be interested. I am currently working on a PPt / Photo-Essay / Documentary (possibly) ... about Selous (the man), and I don't want to leave anything out ... Also ... I assume that The Shikar Club and The Shikar Safari Club International Foundation are two completely separate and distinct organizations with no relationship to one another ... (other than the words Shikar and Club). Is that correct? Does anyone know? ... Thanks ... Click to expand...

spike.t

  • Aug 15, 2020

And @Scholar welcome aboard...where have you hunted in africa?....  

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Philip Glass

Philip Glass

As I said some interesting people go to the dinners https://twitter.com/i/web/status/276638122459156480  

Philip Glass said: I have a cousin who is involved in it. I don’t know much more than you do. Philip Click to expand...

Rimbaud

A 1926 essay on the club was published in The NY Times. May discretion and privacy continue to reign.  

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Rimbaud wrote "A 1926 essay on the club was published in The NY Times. May discretion and privacy continue to reign." Excellent reference & link ... Thanks ... I'll get back to you on your Selous' letters message ... I was unable to use the quote function ... kept getting a message that the quote "was added to multi-quote' ... couldn't undo it ... (??) ...  

Nyati

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  • Aug 16, 2020
Rimbaud said: I don't know where you are located, or even the bona fides of your work, but Selous' letters, at least a great many of them, are in a private library in Johannesburg on the estate of one of the old Rand lords. They have a small, but very in depth, museum of African history that is staffed with librarians and historians. You can see Selous' letters, and some of his drawings and water colors. Click to expand...

sierraone

A very British answer. Good luck with your research. I spent a few days of my life researching Ancient Greek Alexander tetradrachm in the British Museum around 12 or so years ago. Truly enjoyed the time I spent there.  

sierraone said: A very British answer. Good luck with your research. I spent a few days of my life researching Ancient Greek Alexander tetradrachm in the British Museum around 12 or so years ago. Truly enjoyed the time I spent there. Click to expand...

Wheels

Scholar said: I know what you mean. A few years ago I spent an afternoon examining the entire collection of books that TR brought with him to Africa in 1909. That kind of thing can be as much fun as it is informative. It'll certainly be one of the side-stories in my Selous piece ... Click to expand...
Wheels said: Interesting. Do you have a collection? Click to expand...
sierraone said: I worked as an international police contractor in Eastern Europe and the Middle East for the last 13 years of my working life. Archaeology and antiquities had always been a big interest/hobby of mine. As such I found myself living and working in the middle of the ancient world. So I took full advantage of it during those 13 years. Obtained a BA degree in maritime studies/archaeology, (all college studies prior to this were in criminal justice). Went on terrestrial and underwater investigations during my cto/vac time. And went to the major museums of the Greek and Roman world. This also took me to the English gun world during several trips I made to London. Back to your original question, I have two Alexander tetradrachms, hardly a collection. 18 months of those 13 years I was gone was in Kurdistan, conquered and ruled by Alexander until his death. Click to expand...

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Safari Club International

The Washington Metro Chapter of Safari Club International is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to wildlife education and conservation, humanitarian efforts, and advocacy of the hunter and hunting.

Missions and Involvement

Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. These primary missions are supported through the many arenas of the organization.

Advocate: Since 2000, SCI has spent $140 million on protecting the freedom to hunt through policy advocacy, litigation, and education for federal and state legislators to ensure hunting is protected for future generations. Through direct involvement and partnerships with like-minded organizations, SCI has become a political force in Washington, D.C. and other world capitals.

Connect: When you become a member of SCI, you join a network of over 55,000 like-minded individuals all over the world. In your local community there may already be an official SCI chapter. Working side by side, holding similar attitudes about the importance and responsibility of being a hunter, SCI members make a tangible difference through conservation efforts in their communities and voicing their concerns to representatives who take them to the floors of Washington.

Educate: The weekly E-Bulletin In The Crosshairs provides breaking news to more than 45,000 members on a weekly basis about legal issues and government actions. Through our publications, Safari Magazine and Safari Times, we keep you up to date on events and board actions as well, teach you some tips and techniques, and stories about other membersˊ hunting expeditions.

Represent: SCI members help shape and promote the image of the hunter to non-hunters through their words and actions. In addition to practicing ethical hunting while in the field and around others, members can give back by participating in humanitarian efforts taking place across the globe through the affiliated charitable organization, Safari Club International Foundation.

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As UK debates hunting trophy import and export ban, undercover investigation at the Safari Club International convention reveals sale of illegal wildlife products, captive-bred lion hunts and products made from giraffes, elephants, stingrays, kangaroos and more

Donald trump jr. was a speaker at the february convention.

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LONDON — As the UK government considers introducing a ban on hunting trophy imports and exports, an undercover investigation by Humane Society International and the Humane Society of the United States has exposed the sale of sickening pay-to-slay trips to kill iconic wild animals all over the world, including in England, Africa, Canada and Russia. Also on offer were grotesque wild animal products, such as belts and boots made of elephant, hippo, stingray and giraffe skins.

The shooting excursions and animal items were being sold by exhibitors at the world’s largest trophy hunting convention held in Nevada, USA, organised by Safari Club International. The event took place on February 5 th – 8 th , just over a fortnight before the UK government’s trophy hunt import / export ban consultation closes on February 25 th .

Hunting trips for sale at the SCI convention included:

  • A $350,000 hunt for a critically endangered black rhino in Namibia.
  • An outfitter advertised its “Trump Special” – a $25,000 hunt for a buffalo, sable, roan and crocodile.
  • A captive-bred lion hunt in South Africa for $8,000.
  • A $6,000 hunt for any six animals that a customer can choose to kill in South Africa, such as zebras, wildebeest, warthogs, impalas, hartebeest, gemsbok, nyala, and waterbuck.
  • A polar bear hunt in Canada sold for $60,000.
  • An Asiatic black bear hunt in Russia for $15,000.
  • A Roe and Muntjac deer hunt in England for $7,000.
  • A red deer hunt in Scotland for $4,200.
  • Hunts of a range of animals in EU countries such as wild boar in Italy and Kri Kri ibex in Greece.
  • Some 45 hunting outfitter exhibitors from Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Portugal, Spain and the UK were at the convention.

Jeff Flocken, president of Humane Society International, said, “ Our shocking investigation shows that no animals are off limits to trophy hunters. From shooting giraffes, hyenas, zebras, elephants, hippos, primates and lions in Africa to deer, ibex and wild boar in the UK and Europe, the trophy hunting industry reveals its true nature – one that is motivated by the thrill to kill, and not by conservation.”

Claire Bass, executive director of Humane Society International/UK said, “Any of the animal hunts offered at the SCI convention could easily have been bought by a UK hunter, and without an import ban they could then import those hunting trophies back to the UK. As bragging and trophy display is integral to the appeal, a comprehensive UK ban on imports and exports of hunting trophies would be a major nail in the coffin of this cruel and archaic industry. HSI urges the UK government to implement a ban as soon as possible.”

Records from the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species show that a staggering 2,260 trophy parts from more than 50 CITES-listed species were exported to the UK between 2008 and 2017. The top five exporting nations were South Africa, Canada, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana. These UK imports included 565 trophies from African elephants, 303 from hippos and 265 from American black bears. The macabre haul included 262 ‘skins’, 249 ‘skulls’, 53 ‘feet’ and 16 ‘tails’.

Among the other items for sale at the SCI convention were boots made of giraffe skin ($1,390) and kangaroo skin ($1,080), and trips to hunt Asiatic black bears, giraffes, elephants, lions, hippos, and more. One outfitter said hunting a giraffe costs “only” $1,200 because they have “too many giraffes” and need to “get rid of the animals.” The truth is that giraffe numbers have declined by 40% in the past 30 years, plummeting to fewer than69,000 mature animals left in the wild.

For the second year in a row, the investigator found “canned” lion hunts for sale, where customers pay to shoot a captive-bred lion, violating SCI’s own ban that it implemented in February 2018. One vendor bragged that his safari company holds five of the top 10 lions ever recorded in SCI’s Record Book .

Among the featured speakers and entertainers at the convention were Donald Trump Jr. and the Beach Boys. A “dream hunt” with Donald Trump Jr. in a luxury yacht in Alaska to kill black-tailed deer and sea ducks was sold at auction at a whopping $340,000 . A taxidermy ibex mountain goat that Trump Jr. reportedly killed was on display on the convention floor.

HSI believes that some animal product items on sale appear to violate Nevada’s law on wildlife trafficking. This is not the first time that vendors at SCI’s convention defied local authorities. Last year a dozen vendors were found selling illegal wildlife products in potential violation of the state law. HSUS and HSI have submitted evidence of the violations of state law to local enforcement authorities.

Investigation Report here .

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SCI Foundation’s Mission and Purpose

The mission of sci foundation is to ensure the future of wildlife through conservation, education, and hunting,   while its purposes are as follows:.

  • To conduct and support scientific and technical studies in the field of wildlife conservation, to assist in the design and development of scientifically sound wildlife programs for the management of wildlife and sustainable use hunting, and to demonstrate the constructive role that hunting and hunters play in the conservation of wildlife and in preserving biodiversity worldwide.
  • To carry out and to support education programs on wildlife conservation, ecology and natural resource management that include a demonstration of the constructive role that hunting and hunters play in natural resource conservation and land management.
  • To design, carry out and support programs to assist the disabled in enjoying sustainable hunting and to utilize the resources of the hunting community and the various aspects of hunting to aid those less fortunate by providing humanitarian services.
  • To provide charitable donations to other organizations or to individuals pursuing the same or similar goals as those of the SCI Foundation; and
  • To undertake activities permitted by law to publicly-supported organizations exempt from taxation under Section (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States of America, and to receive or make contributions which are deductible for federal income, estate and gift tax purposes.

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Missions Programs

Conservation  Efforts  never cease, and through chapter projects, SCI Foundation grants and scholarships, and regional programs, members of Safari Club International make a difference in the life of the environment and the animals that live there.

Education   Programs , for both children and adults, provide a hands-on opportunity to experience the outdoors and to spread the knowledge of conservation and wildlife management. One of these education programs is Sensory Safari, a program in which the blind can learn about nature through touch exhibits. SCI Foundation also opened the International Wildlife Museum in Tucson, Arizona, to increase knowledge of, and appreciation for, the diverse wildlife of the world.

Chapter Driven Programs

Humanitarian Service Programs  are also a primary initiative of SCI Foundation. Through Sportsmen Against Hunger and SafariCare, food and supplies are provided to those in need, both in our backyard and in remote places of the world. The Disabled Hunter program fosters opportunities for disabled sportsmen and women to experience the hunting tradition. SafariWish grants hunting related wishes to those dealing with terminal or life-threatening illnesses.

Safari Club International Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that  ensures the future of wildlife through conservation, education, and hunting.   Any contribution may tax deductible under Internal Revenue Code section 170(c) as a charitable contribution to the extent permitted by law. Tax deductible amount of gift is reduced by the “Fair market Value” of any goods, services, or advantages that a sponsor receives for the donation.  EIN #86-0292099

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Since 2000, SCI Foundation has provided more than $80 million to promote science-based conservation through wildlife research, capacity building in governments, youth and teacher education, and humanitarian programs that show the importance of the hunting community in society around the world. Growth of SCI Foundation has continued to gain momentum through charitable donations from SCI members and direct grants from local chapters and the SCI organization. Throughout the world, SCI’s approximately 50,000 members and 190 chapters contribute time, talent, and financial support to local, national, and international projects.

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The Chapter's 25th ANNUAL SCI HUNTER'S BANQUET will be held on February 24, 2024 at the newly remodeled Stadium Bar and Grill. Our Hunter Expo 2024 will be held in conjuntion with the Wisconsin State Hunting and Fishing Expo at Resch Expo, Februay 23-25, 2024.

NEWS FLASH!!

THE 25th ANNUAL SCI HUNTER'S BANQUET IS A SOLD OUT EVENT! We do have some guest cancelling for various reasons which makes additional tickets available, for more information please contact Gary at 920-735-9718.

Or if you prefer, you can use our printable form to order your tickets. HUNTER'S BANQUET TICKET ORDER FORM Just fill out your form, enclose your check and mail them to Gary Knaak our Chapter Treasurer or call Gary at 920-735-9718.

24th Annual SCI Hunter's Banquet Tickets are now on sale. This will be a Sold Out Event.

Our 24th Annual SCI Hunter's Banquet was a huge success. Many new members took advantage of the reduced membership rates. A few hunters will be experiencing their first Over Seas Adventure while other's will be closer to home and many will be going to field this fall with new firearms and bows while others have new accessories for their homes, cabins and hunting camps.

The Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of Safari Club International would like to thank all of our donors, exhibitors, volunteers and attendees that helped make the 24th Annual SCI Hunter's Banquet, Hunter Expo 2023 and our April Online Auction a success.

Check back often to get updates about our 25th Annual SCI Hunter's Banquet and Hunter Expo 2024.

YOU CAN NOW JOIN OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP ONLINE

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The Award Winning Hunters Magazine is our official publication keeping Wisconsin and Illinois SCI Chapter members informed about chapter activities as well as encouraging and defining good sportsmanship.

Fill out your application, print it out, and mail it to:

Walt Janke / Director of Project Funding N4663 Struck Rd New London, WI 54961

SCI NATIONAL NEWSROOM Keep abreast of what is happing in your State, the US and around the Globe.

WE NOW HAVE AN ON-LINE HUNT/TRIP DONATION FORM

or you can download our HUNT DONATION FORM To use our Hunt Donation Form, please download and save it to your computer. Fill it out and save it. Then attach it to an email to our Hunt Chairman, Cal Ort at [email protected] .

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THE 24th ANNUAL SCI HUNTER'S BANQUET LIVE AUCTION LINE-UP

"If your still looking for that hunt to bid on, check out our 2022 April Online Auction.

2020 CHAPTER RIFLE is a Long Range-Precision Hunting Rifle, custom built by the boys from BIG ROOSTER FIREARMS in Sparta, WI.

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Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of SCI Annual Hunter's Banquet and the Wisconsin State Hunting and Fishing Expo promotional video.

Our good friend and long time supporter Randy Platz owner of Advanced Whitetail Hunting is offering all SCI Members $5 off any 1/4 acre 2.5# bag of seed and $20 off any 2.5 acre 25# bags. Give Randy a call at 920-627-0486 and get your orders in.

"2022 New Member and Membership Renewal"

YOU CAN NOW JOIN OR RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP ONLINE.

Fill out your application, print it out, enclose your dues and mail it to:

Kevin Ott / Director of Membership 5151 W Anita St Appleton, WI 54913

We are headed for troubling times, we are in need of organizations like Safari Club International that will protect and preserve our Hunting Rights and Hunting Traditions.

Please support your local chapters by going to Banquets that are being held, bidding on Online Auctions, renewing your Memberships or joining for the first time

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Safari Club International welcomes new members to help in the fight to protect hunting and to conserve wildlife around the world. By joining SCI, you support both hunting and conservation. As a member, you're brought together with other like-minded hunters and you receive an exclusive array of benefits. These benefits include discounts on products and services, as well as insider news and other information that is not available anywhere else. Once you are a member of SCI, you can find and join an official chapter. Find the nearest chapter to you by searching our Chapter Locator. Chapters support the missions of SCI and help in their own localities. They raise money and provide services right in their own backyards and around the world by conducting hands-on conservation projects, education activities and humanitarian efforts. For more details about SCI Membership Options and Benefits breakdown, please contact Membership or call 1-888-486-8724

Why should I consider a membership in Safari Club International?

Hunters know that the right and freedom to hunt is under attack, and you want to protect that freedom. SCI is one of the most powerful pro-hunting and pro-conservation organizations in the world. SCI works tirelessly on behalf of hunters. Members stay involved with state legislative and regulatory issues; with federal plans that affect management, conservation and hunting access on public lands; as well as with national legislative issues. There is strength in numbers. SCI could not make such significant changes without supporters such as you - united in the same fight. There is an array of benefits that you will receive as a member of Safari Club International, including the bi-monthly, full-color SAFARI Magazine. Members also are invited to attend the annual SCI Convention - The Ultimate Hunter's Market™. Associated sponsors offer additional benefits and discounts on everything from travel insurance to hunting gear.

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    SCI London - A Promising Start For Our Newest Chapter. December 12, 2017. Guests were introduced to the members of the board and informed of the chapters aims and objectives, many interesting conversations arose from the evening with plenty of positivity and enthusiasm to take the chapter forward and grow the UK membership. After the ...

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    Benefit Highlights. *Seniors (60 and older) receive a $250 discount on Life Membership plans. *Spousal Life Membership is available for SCI Life Member from USA, Canada and Mexico for $750. *Payment plans available, please call 888-HUNT-SCI or 888-486-8724 for more details. Become an SCI Member Safari Club International welcomes new members to ...

  3. SCI London at Annual Game Fair

    The Game Fair at Ragley Hall this year was a first for SCI London. This presence at this important event in the industry calendar was met with much ... growing its membership base and awareness of Safari Club International and the ethics of hunting in the UK. Marc Newton, Managing Director of J. Rigby and Co extended great hospitality at the ...

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    Safari Club International (SCI) is the leading defender of the freedom to hunt and supporter of wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI is unique in the scope of our ability to defend and advance our freedom to hunt, mobilizing our 152 chapters and affiliate network representing 7.2 million hunters around the world.

  5. Safari Club International

    Safari Club International (SCI) is a US organization composed of hunters dedicated to protecting the "freedom to hunt." SCI has more than 40,000 members and 180 local chapters. SCI members agree to abide by the organization's code of ethics, which includes making a positive contribution to wildlife and ecosystems, complying with game laws, and assisting game and fish officers.

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    Groups. Safari Club can tailor for small and large groups alike, a boys or girls experience in the wilderness, a well-deserved works incentive trip or a large family celebration. A multigenerational safari holiday allows for some precious family time in your own private house.

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    Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. These primary missions are supported through the many arenas of the organization. Advocate: Since 2000, SCI has spent $140 million on protecting the freedom to hunt through policy advocacy, litigation, and education for ...

  8. As UK debates hunting trophy import ban, Safari Club International's

    LONDON — Thousands of trophy hunters from around the world will gather next week in Nevada, USA, for the world's largest trophy hunt convention, held by Safari Club International, at which trophy hunter Donald Trump Jr. is also scheduled to speak. One of the hunts up for bid is a black-tailed deer hunt with Trump Jr. in Alaska for $17,000.

  9. Pages from SCI History

    By Bill Sherman. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Safari Club International, formerly called Safari Club of Los Angeles, a look at the beginning of the world's largest non-profit organization of its kind is presented here by two founding members who were involved in its creation. Here, we document the humorous, factual account of the ...

  10. Rigby Launches New Magnum Model Highland Stalker

    London gunmaker John Rigby & Co. has added to their range of Highland Stalker rifles by releasing the Highland Stalker Magnum Model. Available to order in .300 Winchester Magnum, the first run of nine rifles are available to purchase now at Gordy & Sons Outfitters, USA. ... Safari Club International. Main (210) 985-HUNT (520) 620-1220 Toll Free ...

  11. Safari Club International

    Safari Club International Non-profit Organizations Washington, District of Columbia 4,047 followers SCI is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide

  12. Threatened African wildlife on offer at the Safari Club International

    An undercover investigation at the Safari Club International convention reveals the sale of potentially illegal wildlife products, captive-bred lion hunts and displays of thousands of products made from giraffes, elephants, stingrays, kangaroos and more ... LONDON — Thousands of trophy hunters from around the world will gather next week in ...

  13. Safari Club

    The Safari Club was a covert alliance of intelligence services formed in 1976 that ran clandestine operations around Africa at a time when the United States Congress had limited the power of the CIA after years of abuses and when Portugal was dismantling its colonial empire in Africa. Its formal members were the pre-revolution (Pahlavi) Iran, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Morocco and France.

  14. The Shikar Club...

    Hunted. USA, RSA, Zambia. Aug 14, 2020. #3. Scholar said: The Shikar Club, the one founded or co-founded by Frederick Courteney Selous, seems to be one of those extremely exclusive organizations which keep an extremely low (or in this case, non-existent) profile ... but if anyone here has any information about it ... (other than wiki) ...

  15. National Capital Chapter

    National Capital Chapter - Safari Club International. 695 likes · 71 talking about this. Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation...

  16. About Us

    The Washington Metro Chapter of Safari Club International is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization dedicated to wildlife education and conservation, humanitarian efforts, and advocacy of the hunter and hunting. Federal ID #30-0017135. Website by

  17. Safari Club

    The Safari Club was a covert alliance of intelligence services formed in 1976 that ran clandestine operations around Africa at a time when the United States Congress had limited ... (Examples include international mining operations and investments in apartheid South Africa's ... America and International Terrorism. London: Pluto Press, 1999 ...

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    Please feel free to contact Paul Downhill of Safari Club on 08450 545889 or email to discuss your travel ideas. Alternatively please contact Philip Birley of World Odyssey on 01905 731373 or email for further information. We look forward to helping you plan your next holiday. We have recently merged with our fellow safari specialists World ...

  19. As UK debates hunting trophy import and export ban, undercover

    The shooting excursions and animal items were being sold by exhibitors at the world's largest trophy hunting convention held in Nevada, USA, organised by Safari Club International. The event took place on February 5 th - 8 th, just over a fortnight before the UK government's trophy hunt import / export ban consultation closes on February ...

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    Safari Club International Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that ensures the future of wildlife through conservation, education, and hunting. Any contribution may tax deductible under Internal Revenue Code section 170 (c) as a charitable contribution to the extent permitted by law. Tax deductible amount of gift is reduced by ...

  21. Northeast Wisconsin Chapter SCI

    Information about the Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of Safari Club International, located in Appleton, Wisconsin. The Chapter offers various events for the membership and general public, including the Hunter's Banquet and Expo with a large auction of hunting trips and hunting related items. The Chapter also sponsors Conservation Projects, Educational Programs including Safari in The Box and The ...

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    They raise money and provide services right in their own backyards and around the world by conducting hands-on conservation projects, education activities and humanitarian efforts. For more details about SCI Membership Options and Benefits breakdown, please contact Membership or call 1-888-486-8724. Contact Us SCI Membership.

  23. Safari Club International New England Foundation

    Safari Club International New England Foundation. 1,016 likes · 91 talking about this. www.scinef.org