SCI Foundation Accepted into the International Union for Conservation of Nature

Washington, DC – Safari Club International Foundation (SCI Foundation) is pleased to announce its formal acceptance as a new member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). IUCN is the world’s largest environmental network and the global authority on species survival status. Membership strengthens SCI Foundation’s credibility and capacity through association with this …

SCI Foundation Conservation Highlights

Since 2000, SCI Foundation has funded over 80 wildlife conservation projects in 27 countries. From white-tailed deer in your own backyard to African lions on the Serengeti plains, our research provides the the most accurate science to conserve species, improve habitat and support sustainable use management. To find out more, read our new Conservation Highlights HERE. This Conservation Highlights …

2015 Conservation Success Stories

2015 has been a challenging year for conservation. That’s why SCI Foundation would like to highlight some of our success stories and thank you for helping to make them possible this year. In North America, SCI Foundation’s program targets numerous species across many different states and provinces. Our research provides the science needed to improve …

Human Population Growth: The Issue Conservationists Aren’t Talking About

Human population continues to grow at the expense of nature. Humans are now the driving force in species extinction. Long-term wildlife conservation cannot be addressed without first considering the perspective of human development. Human population growth is the “elephant in the room” for conservation, yet few are talking about it. People concerned for the status …