Meet the Decision-Makers for Hunting in Western States

firstforhuntersbirdhunteranddogSCI is bringing together the heads of several Western states wildlife management authorities to the SCI Convention in Las Vegas to discuss the benefits and controversies involved in hunting within their boundaries. The Directors of the fish and game agencies of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and Idaho and others TBA will share their views on what 2015 will bring for hunters and hunting in their states. This year is likely to bring new and difficult decisions regarding the Endangered Species Act, hunting access, predator management as well as wolves, elk, sage grouse, grizzly bears to name just a few of the major issues that hunters and wildlife managers must address to make sure that hunting thrives in the west. See how the issues confronting states overlap and differ and how these state leaders are preparing their states to confront threats from anti-hunters, animal rights advocates and sometimes, the federal government.   Don’t let this opportunity pass you by.   If you are a resident of one of these states or have a hunt planned in one in 2015, this is an excellent opportunity for you to come, meet the Director and ask questions. The panel will take place on Saturday, February 7, 2014 at 10:00 A.M. at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center during the SCI Annual Hunters Convention. If you have questions about this panel discussion, please contact Anna Seidman, Director of Litigation, Safari Club International, at aseidman@safariclub.org.

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