SCI Members are recording their successful hunts from all over the globe with the help of the SCI Online Record Book. As a result they are documenting their hunting heritage to pass down to their heirs while adding important information to the most comprehensive Record Book in the world with over 180,000 Record Book entries and over 800 species categories.
Here are a few of the successes SCI Members have entered into the SCI Record Book.
C.J. Seibert shows his potential top twenty overall ranked European red deer
Patricia Woods with her potential top ten overall ranked desert mule deer (typical)
Mauricio Javier Llaguno Garza shows his potential top ten overall ranked bontebok
Jay Hunt III shows his potential top twenty overall ranked Livingstone suni
Brittany Boddington with her top twenty overall ranked Angolan or black-faced impala (free range)
Andrey Zaika with his potential top ten overall ranked white springbok
Alejandro Reyes Vasquez with his number 3 overall ranked fallow deer
Alberto Hauser with his potential top twenty overall ranked desert mule deer (typical)
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I joined Safari Club International ten years ago, eventually becoming a Life member. I came to understand everything that SCI has to offer, and most importantly, how the organization supports our Continue reading Auction Hunt – A Long Wait Ended
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department continues monitoring brucellosis in Wyoming’s elk and bison and is asking hunters once again to help. Brucellosis is an infectious disease of elk and bison. In Wyoming, elk in Teton, Sublette, Park, Northern Lincoln and Big Horn counties, and bison from the Jackson and Yellowstone herds, are infected with brucellosis at varying levels. Continue reading Wyoming Hunters Asked To Help With Brucellosis Monitoring
SCI London’s inaugural meeting at Holland and Holland Shooting ground on Thursday 23 November was a great success. With over 50 guests, mostly SCI members, UK hunters and supporters of the newly re-formed London Chapter in attendance.
Guests were introduced to the members of the board and informed of the chapters aims and objectives, many interesting conversations arose from the evening with plenty of positivity and enthusiasm to take the chapter forward and grow the UK membership. After the President, Steve Jones initial introduction, guest speakers Alkhas Khametov, Tim Cooper and Robin Hurt gave a series of interesting talks regarding the issues surrounding hunting and conservation.
Simon Willey from Holts Auctioneers was in attendance showcasing one of the many unique and historical guns available for bidding at Holts December Auction. Guests were invited to take a tour of Holland and Hollands new indoor rifle range (Sheisskino), and bid to win a rifle shooting experience on the range during the SCI London auction to raise funds for the reforming chapter.
SCI London presented some interesting items for auction, with not only the rifle lesson on the Shiesskino, kindly donated by Steve Denny of Holland and Holland, but deer stalking in Hertfordshire with Phil Easeman, a shotgun coaching session with the Chapter President, a signed book of Shooting the British Double by Graeme Wright, and a wild boar hunting experience in Bulgaria. The auction raised nearly £4000 for the chapter . For information on SCI London Chapter and Events please visit firstname.lastname@example.org