No More Crying Wolf in Washington

“Where winter wolves bark amid wastes of snow and ice-clad trees.” (Whitman, Walt. “Song of Myself.” 1855.) For almost eighty years wolves were absent from the Cascade Mountains. In 2008, gray wolves began recolonizing the northwestern United States and reestablishing packs in Washington. Four years later, the University of Washington, the USDA Forest Service, and …

North American Wildlife Conservation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsybqzoIpmc SCI Foundation’s North American conservation program has worked on every big game species on the continent. As you head out into the field this fall, remember all that SCI Foundation does for the wildlife you hunt. Learn more about these highlighted projects here: Alaska Wood Bison Reintroduction Mojave Mule Deer Project Newfoundland Caribou Project …

Weekly Update: Mojave Mule Deer Project

By Dr. Kelley Stewart – The Mojave National Preserve in San Bernardino County, California was inducted into the National Park Service (NPS) in 1994. Previously, the Bureau of Land Management had managed the land,  and the NPS had planned to remove the water wells traditionally used for cattle ranching. In 2004, the California Department of …

Conservation Auction Tags Raise $92,000 for Wildlife!

  Thank you to everyone who participated in today’s Conservation Tag Auction! With your support, we raised $92,000 that will be directed back into conservation on tribal lands. The 2016 Conservation Tags included: White Mountain Apache Elk: $50,000 Navajo Nation Mule Deer: $19,000 Acoma Pueblo Elk: $23,000 Total: $92,000 This auction and these tags continue …

Issue of the Week: Conservation on Tribal Lands

Native American tribes are once again donating big game hunting tags to the 44th Annual 2016 SCI Convention. SCI Foundation and our Native American partners are excited for this year’s Rocky Mountain Elk tag from the record breaking White Mountain Apache Reservation in Arizona, Mule Deer and Desert Bighorn Sheep tags from the Navajo Nation, …