If all the beasts were gone, men would die from great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beast also happens to man.
The rut may have ended for elk and moose, but what we’ve learned during the winter has brought us more appreciation than ever for their place in nature.
2018 is starting off with a bang! The Hunter Legacy 100 Fund has awarded SCI Foundation three new grants
SCI Foundation is proud to maintain a working relationship with Indian Country by supporting local, grass-roots conservation efforts.
“In this world today, the access to reliable sources of food that can be sustainably harvested is the dream of every single government.”
This project is partially motivated by the often-conflicting interests of hunters and other public land users.
The more data we have on game birds like the woodcock, the more likely responsible science-based decisions will be made by lawmakers.
Most Americans have an idea of what they should be thankful for during Thanksgiving. However, Dr. Shane Mahoney has stated in his 2014 keynote address to Pheasants Forever and Quail Unlimited, “There is not a thing that we have of value, not our capacities as human beings, not our families, not our freedoms, not …
Safari Club International (SCI) and Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) announced today that they have partnered with the Pursuit Channel to promote hunting and sustainable-use wildlife conservation.
On October 4th, 2017, SCI Foundation kicked off its Wildlife Conservation Webinar Series with the Western U.S. Bobcat Project. Featuring Dr. Tim Hiller of the Western U.S. Bobcat Project