On a dreadfully hot summer night in July, I carefully aligned and tightened my vest. No, this wasn’t a suit vest, shooting vest or even a hunting vest. It was a bullet proof vest. Mandatory protective wear for spending a night shift on the streets with the Lancaster City Police. Over the course of the next eight hours, I stood side to side with the officers of the police force as they navigated through a full measure of typical activity that included accidents, shots fired, Continue reading Quest For A Hunting Future
On December 16, 2017, Cameron Blair, a Boy Scout from Troop 774 in Vail, AZ along with thirteen other troop members and nine adults created an outdoor trail on the west side of the International Wildlife Museum. The trail is approximately 100 yards long and will be used by the education staff to continue Continue reading Outdoor Trail Created By Boy Scout Troop 774 At SCIF’s International Wildlife Museum
I had always assumed that travel to Africa would be outside my grasp, let alone a hunt there. When I received the call last fall that I had won the SCI Pathfinder Award, this dream of mine suddenly became a reality. Not only would I have this once in a lifetime adventure, but my husband and daughter could experience it with me as well. Continue reading 2017 Pathfinder Award Winner
Mossy Oak ProStaff member Ashlee Lundvall of Cody, Wyoming, was recently named a recipient of Safari Club International Foundation’s (SCIF) Pathfinder Award.
SCI Foundation Pathfinders are people faced with challenges in life that causes them to find new ways to live and overcome the Continue reading Mossy Oak ProStaffer Ashlee Lundvall Receives Pathfinder Award From Safari Club International Foundation