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SCI Members Share Their Successful Hunts


SCI Members are proud of their hunts and proud to share them with fellow members. Here are a few of the latest entries into the SCI Record Book.

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SCI Members Share Their Hunt Successes


The SCI Record Book is a perfect way to document your adventures and provide a lasting legacy of your hunting heritage. Our members are constantly striving to reach for that next goal and share it with other SCI members. If you haven’t sent in an entry for your hunts, either current or past, there’s no better time than right now!

Top SCI Record Book Alaska-Yukon Moose


moosecloseupEditor’s Note: Several of the top ten are absent from this gallery as the listings had no photograph to accompany them. Stats for the ranking moose not listed here can be found in the SCI Online Record Book.

The largest of all moose. The largest bulls stand 6-1/2 to 7-1/2 feet (2.0 to 2.3 m) at the top of the hump and have been estimated to weigh as much as 1,800 pounds. Solitary except when mating, mates in September and October, with bulls displaying and fighting for dominance and taking one female at a time.  Bulls can be dangerous during the rut, and unarmed humans may be at risk. Despite it’s Continue reading Top SCI Record Book Alaska-Yukon Moose

SCI Top Punjab Urial Sheep


A handsome sheep, with a redder coat than other urials. Males have a white bib and a long black neck ruff in the winter coat. (However, one specimen collected near Rawalpindi had a white neck ruff). Most Punjab urials have a narrow, two-colored saddle patch (black in front, white behind), but in some individuals it may be all white or absent entirely. The rump patch, belly and lower legs are white and there is a dark, narrow stripe between belly and upper body. The horns are cervical, curving tightly in some animals and less so in others.