One of the many benefits of Safari Club International membership is access to the SCI Record Book. Not only do members add to the already expansive scientific database on species from around the world, but they are also documenting their hunting heritage as a legacy for generations to come. Here are a few of the most recent entries into the SCI Record Book. Congratulations to you all!
Michael Gallo with his potential top twenty overall ranked pronghorn
Michael Bologna with his potential top ten overall ranked Roosevelt elk
Joe Seagle shows his potential top ten overall ranked Bezoar ibex
Amy Evans is featured here with her South African Springbok that is a potential Top Ten Overall and scores 47 4/8. Congratulations Amy Evans for your successful hunt in South Africa.
Leonid Palko shows his potential top ten overall ranked Koryak snow sheep
Carlos Mondragon Jr with his potential top ten overall ranked Baja black-tailed deer (Typical)
Chuck Easterbrooks shows his potential top ten overall ranked Cape eland
Scott Swasey with his potential top twenty overall ranked Canada lynx
Brian Hauck with his potential top twenty overall ranked Himalayan ibex
SCI members hunt all over the world and their successes adds to one of the most comprehensive collections of scientific data on thousands of species world wide. Add to our vast database and document your hunting legacy by entering your successes in the SCI Record Book today!
Gediminas Vaitiekunas shows his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Siberian Roe Deer (Typical)
Debra Sieloff with her 16th ranked overall Natal red duiker.
Blake Wilcox with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Red Sheep
Rick Warren with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Himalayan Tahr
Kaylee Ann Stacey with her potential Top Ten Overall ranked Feral Goat
Brian Bailey shows his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Desert Mule Deer
Alexey Klevtsov with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Caracal
Daniel Soliday with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Cantabrian Chamois
John E. Dale shows his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Pronghorn
SCI members eagerly look forward to our annual Convention for a number of reasons, but perhaps the most anticipated is discovering what unique and beautiful art will be on the auction block. Every year, wildlife artists, engravers and jewelry designers pull out all the stops to provide a wide range of one of a kind items and donate them for auction to help SCI realize it global conservation mission. Here is a taste of the exquisite pieces that will be up for bid at the 2018 SCI Convention.
Original Oil Painting by Linda Besse Donated by Besse Art
Original Oil on Belgian Linen Donated by Joshua Spies Fine Art
Original Bronze Sculpture Donated by Rip Caswell Gallery
Engraved Crystal Glassware Donated by Queen Lace Crystal-Joan Marie Galleries
Original Oil Painting Donated by Karl Lansing Studio-Wilderness Images
Color Pencil Drawing and Print Donated by Steiner Prints
Tanzanite and Diamond Necklace Donated by Baranof Jewelers
Original Oil on Canvas Titled ‘Vigilance’ Donated by Brandon Bailey Fine Art
Original Verdite Sculpture titled ‘Large Hippo’ Donated by Call Of Africa Galleries
Lady’s 18K Yellow Gold and Diamond Ring Donated by MJ Miller & Company
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)