Guinness Lessons


Okay, I admit it. I enjoy a pint of stout. Good old Guinness really is my favorite and, perhaps behind shamrocks and leprechauns, is Ireland’s most recognized product. These days I don’t indulge very often…sometimes life lessons are painful. I’ve learned that dark beer is one of my triggers for gout. I’m careful, but when James Nolan and his team picked us up at the Dublin airport, a couple of stops seemed almost mandatory. Continue reading Guinness Lessons

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SCI’s 47th Annual Convention A Rousing Success


By all measures, Safari Club International’s 47th Annual Convention in Reno, Nevada last week was a huge success, setting the stage for an even bigger and better Convention next year – don’t miss the biggest party in the hunting world to be held in Reno Jan. 15-18, 2020. Mark your calendar now and plan to attend! Continue reading SCI’s 47th Annual Convention A Rousing Success

Spanish Professional Hunters Association Debuts At SCI Convention


The 2019 SCI Convention saw the emergence of a new professional hunters association.

The Spanish Professional Hunters Association made its first appearance at the convention to gain some exposure to the world of the international hunter.

According to founder Alvaro Villegas, The Spanish Professional Hunters Association’s mission is to:

  • Promote ethical hunting and advocate wildlife conservation through sustainable hunting.
  • Enhance natural habitats to maintain and preserve wild areas.
  • Activate the economies of less populated regions while maintaining national, cultural and historical heritage.
  • Develop and maintain educational programs to encourage future generations to continue the stewardship of wildlife and wild lands in perpetuity.

Stop by booth 3164 for more information or go to http://www.spanishprofessionalhunters.com

Young Guns – The Future Of SCI/SCIF And The Future Of Hunting


Jami Siebert (left) and Brad Jannenga (right) welcome the “Young Guns” to their second annual reception.

Bringing in the next generation of leaders is important if SCI and SCI Foundation are to continue growing their impact into the future. On Wednesday afternoon, January 9 SCI Foundation held its second annual Young Guns event at the Peppermill Resort. The event was hosted by C.J. and Jami Sibert, and was attended by an energetic group of up and comers, many of whom will eventually take on leadership rolesIn SCI and SCI Foundation, ensuring the continued viability of these groups well into the future.

“The future of hunting relies on young people getting more involved,” said SCI Foundation Executive Director Bob Benson. “Our new Young Guns group is a great way for young hunters to meet and build relationships and learn more about SCI and SCI Foundation. We look forward to seeing this new initiative grow.”

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