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Have You Applied for a Permit to Import a Lion From Africa?


African-lion-122815In January, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service imposed new rules that require all those who wish to import lions legally hunted in Africa to apply for and obtain import permits in order to bring their lions into the U.S. The permit requirement Continue reading Have You Applied for a Permit to Import a Lion From Africa?

Chapter Leaders Prepare For Future


Chapter-Leadership-NASP-080316Leaders from 21 different chapters across the United States and Canada converged on the American Wilderness Leadership School outside of Jackson, Wyoming in early June for the third annual SCI Chapter Leadership Summit. The meeting is designed for Continue reading Chapter Leaders Prepare For Future

SCI Italian Chapter Protects its Members’ Freedom to Hunt


In 2012, SCI Italian Chapter member Luciano Ponzetto, DOTT, had a very successful lion hunt in Tanzania. Luciano is a veterinarian with an office located in Turin, Italy. For many years, Luciano also provided veterinarian services on a discounted fee basis to a local Turin shelter for homeless animals. He has been a member of the Italian Chapter for 14 years. Continue reading SCI Italian Chapter Protects its Members’ Freedom to Hunt

SCI’s Litigation Department Seeks Members Who Imported Trophies in 2013 and 2014


Sable coming to the waterhole.Safari Club International ‘s Litigation team wishes to hear from SCI members who, in 2013 and/or 2014, imported into the United States trophies from species that are not listed as endangered. SCI is looking to participate in a Continue reading SCI’s Litigation Department Seeks Members Who Imported Trophies in 2013 and 2014