SCI Sacramento President Responds to Anti-Hunting Article

In August, Don Giottonini, president of the Sacramento (CA) SCI Chapter responded to an article published in the Sacramento Bee, explaining how responsible hunting protects a number of species; including Africa lions. Giottonini described how Safari Club International, “invests millions of dollars in Africa to fund rangers, aircraft; trail cameras and telemetry equipment to combat … Continue reading

SCI Advocates For Hunting

In response to recent media coverage attacking hunting, SCI began calling for hunting critics to learn the facts on what hunting does for wildlife and conservation, and to respect and honor hunters’ legal rights and personal beliefs. In early September, SCI’s Corporate Secretary Al Maki, who is also SCI Foundation’s Conservation Committee Chair and a … Continue reading

FWS Rejects Attempts to Stop Lion Hunting

Major Setback for Anti-Hunting Efforts! Washington, D.C. — Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) rejected the claim that the African lion merited listing as an endangered species under the Endangered Species Act. After a long and comprehensive review of the species status, which included information from the foremost lion researchers in the world, … Continue reading

SCI Needs Your Help to Fight WildEarth Guardians!

SCI Seeks Assistance to Defend Federal Policy Against Criminal Prosecutions of Hunters Who Accidentally Shoot Mexican Wolves WildEarth Guardians (WEG), an animal rights group, has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) challenging the DOJ’s policy against seeking criminal prosecution of individuals who accidentally kill or harm threatened or endangered animals during … Continue reading

An Interview with Kendall Jones

If you’ve turned on the TV, radio, looked at a newspaper, or used the internet in these past few weeks, you have heard of Kendall Jones. Kendall Jones is a 19 year old cheerleader studying at Texas Tech who has stirred up some recent controversy. She is a seasoned hunter that has been lucky enough … Continue reading

SCI Member Kendall Jones Supporters Respond to Critics

Due to the mass amount of media inquiries regarding Kendall Jones recent African Safari, her family, friends, and supporters wish to issue a statement on her behalf. First and foremost, it’s imperative to make mention that all of Kendall’s hunts in Zimbabwe and South Africa were 100% legal with proper tags and licenses awarded on … Continue reading

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