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 Bologna with his potential top ten overall ranked Roosevelt elk
Brian Hauck with his potential top twenty overall ranked Himalayan ibex
Michael Gallo with his potential top twenty overall ranked pronghorn
Chuck Easterbrooks shows his potential top ten overall ranked Cape eland
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.
Scott Swasey with his potential top twenty overall ranked Canada lynx
Carlos Mondragon Jr with his potential top ten overall ranked Baja black-tailed deer (Typical)
Joe Seagle shows his potential top ten overall ranked Bezoar ibex
Leonid Palko shows his potential top ten overall ranked Koryak snow sheep
Two Tennessee hunters recently harvested new world record Southeastern white-tailed deer with muzzleloaders. Last November, Harold Thompson harvested a 184-inch typical Southeastern white-tailed deer that is now officially the new SCI number one with a Continue reading New Records and A New Start→
Safari Club International’s members love to hunt and love to share their successes with fellow members. These hunters have added new entries into the SCI Record Book, documenting their personal hunting heritage and adding to the ever expanding knowledge contained in the SCI Record Books. Congratulations!
Dr. Adrian Meyer with his potential top 10 overall South African springbok
J.D. “Des” Woods Jr shows his number 1 overall European fallow deer
Jim Shockey shows his number 17 overall European mouflon
Olga Boido, a member of SCI’s Arizona Chapter, took this magnificent Gould’s turkey while hunting with Coues Outfitters from Tucson near Banamachi, Sonora, Mexico May 4-8. The turkey action was good, gobbling could be heard from first light until dark. Olga put this bird down on Sunday afternoon at 30 yards, using a Remington 870 pump 12 gauge with 3-inch magnums. In addition to the turkeys, on the hunt they saw Coues deer and coatimundi. Olga’s husband, Bobby Boido, is Region 7 Representative and Executive Director of the SCI Arizona Chapter.
Kaylee Ann Stacy with her number 15 overall common nyala
Lonnie Henriksen with his potential Top 10 overall reindeer
Mauricio Javier Llaguno Garza is featured here with his Typical Mexican Texanus white-tailed deer that is a potential Top Ten overall
Trina King shows her potential top 20 overall transcaspian urial
Vladislav Reznik with his number 7 overall astor markhor
Woody Fox with his potential method top 20 hybrid sheep