Skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and ice fishing are a few of the many outdoor activities Global Rescue members enjoy throughout the year. Common to all of these pursuits is exposure to cold temperatures, which can be dangerous for a number of reasons, with frostbite topping the list. Continue reading Hunt Doctors – Frostbite! What You Should Know
Every year we configure our training area to accommodate shooters who are going on driven shoots around the world. Whether in the UK for pheasants, partridge or grouse or in Africa or South America on passing doves or pigeons, the incoming presentation offers its own special list of challenges that, when understood, empower the shooter to become more consistent and successful. Continue reading Shotgun 101 – Driven Shooting Challenges
At Prairie Mountain Wildlife Studio and Brush Country Studios their hearts are in creating a space that preserves memories. From recreating the mountains you hiked to get the sheep of your dreams, to painting the scenery you saw when you were on top of the world, and finally to capturing the beauty in the trophy you harvested at the end of a successful hunt. Each element is crucial and when everything is brought together the final product will be a custom designed trophy room that portrays your adventures to the highest standard.
Each trophy room is uniquely designed and each taxidermy piece is made custom for the best possible use of space. Each team member has a specific talent and will work with you on custom taxidermy pieces to complete your game room with the final product meeting the highest standards of Safari Club International.
I want to introduce the newest addition to the SCI Record Book Department, Record Book Specialist Duane Aubuchon. Duane has been on staff for a few months now after finishing his 30-year career with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, where he spent the last several as a Wildlife Manager Supervisor in the southeastern part of the state. Continue reading Aubuchon Joins Record Book Department