The Safari Club International Record Book is one of the most comprehensive data bases of wildlife science in existence and it’s thanks to our members who continue to increase our knowledge of wildlife from around the globe. Help expand our data base and document your hunting legacy! Here are some SCI members who have recently added to their own personal hunting heritage.
– Jay L. is featured here with his red river hog that scores 25 15/16 and is ranked number 1 Overall
Gary L. with his mountain caribou which scored 481 5/8 and still ranks number 9 Overall since he first had it entered into the Record Book in 1982
Donna G. with her Gould’s wild turkey that currently ranks number 14 Overall and scored 41 2/16
Tom J. shows his Ronda ibex which scored 80 7/8 and currently ranks number 7 Overall
Viacheslav G. with his Mideastern brown bear which scored 22 9/16 and currently ranks number 8 Overall
Jaycee C. with his Southeastern Spanish ibex that scored 95 3/8 and currently ranks number 9 Overall
Amadeo A. shows his Bezoar ibex that scored 134 3/8 and is currently ranked number 1 Overall
Sherry L. with her Mid-Western white-tailed deer (non-typical) that scored 378 5/8 and is ranked number 10 Overall
Mark W. shows his European white red deer that scored 238 3/8 and is currently ranked number 8 Overall
Recently, SCI Members John and Judy Sholes returned to South Africa for a safari with Blaauwkrantz Safaris. They brought along a personal donation and a donation from their National Capital Chapter, Washington, D.C. that Blaauwkrantz used to repaint the local rural school, Palmiet River Junior School, in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
SCI members like photographer/videographer Ron McWilliams have stepped up to help with the disaster in Texas. Stories are rolling in about the level of support being given the people of the affected areas by the hunting and sporting community. “As a hunter, I was proud of our community. I was there with my SAR team two weeks ago, said Ron McWilliams. “Every camo boat and dude with a beard showed up to support the efforts and save lives. The citizens were grateful, and we were honored to help. I’m looking forward to working with CJ, Graci and the Houston Chapter when we hit the ground this weekend.”
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Here are some images of the work SCI members are doing right now.
SCI Members are year-round hunters and as our name implies are willing to travel the world to fulfill their hunting dreams. Here are a few of our members who successfully added memories to their hunting history.
Charles Butler and his potential number 8 overall Robert’s gazelle.
Rick Frazier and his potential number 4 overall non-typical sika deer
Don Harter shows off his potential number 3 overall European fallow deer in Argentina
Darryl Hastings shows his potential number 10 overall topi.
Luciano Ponzetto shows his potential number 7 overall non-typical European roe deer.
Sergey Volochlovich shows his potential number 8 overall European moose.
Dr. Roberto Zonta with his potential number 11 overall forest elephant.