The New Year means new conservation projects here at SCI Foundation and new relationships with local SCI chapters from across the country and occasionally the world.
Together it is our firm belief that promoting participation by more groups, both domestic and foreign, enriches Tanzania’s wildlife and wild places.
This project is partially motivated by the often-conflicting interests of hunters and other public land users.
The Kenai Peninsula has an estimated 6,000 moose and it is estimated that 250 moose are struck each year on the road.
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 …
"The AWCF is once again serving as an important forum to resolve African game management problems.
Tanzania recognizes that hunting contributes significantly to conservation, tourism, job creation, and sustainable development, especially in rural areas.
This week SCI Foundation is proud to present a Q & A session with one of our research partners in the field. Raul Valdez of the New Mexico State University...
The upcoming AWCF will be the first opportunity to discuss the results of the Economic Contributions of Hunting-Related Tourism in Eastern and Southern Africa