A decades-long member of SCI, Heinz Guenther Mattern, of Germany (r.), utilized his move into retirement and to his new home in Switzerland to “put law and order” into his hunting collection and to have all his animals, taken on four continents, measured and entered into the SCI Record Book. In the process, he also completed all necessary information to successfully apply for the first two Echelons of “The Ullmann Award for Europan Big Game Trophy Animals.” The Awards Foundation Chairman, Norbert Ullmann (l.), congratulated Heinz on his accomplishments, thanked him for his interest in the SCI Record Book and World Hunting Awards programs and wished him the best for his newly planned hunting expeditions to continue achieving new milestones in the different Award programs.
Thomas J. Hammond, 2013 Weatherby Award winner, traveled 12 times to Europe and hunted 18 different countries to achieve the first five Echelons of “The Ullmann Award for European Big Game Trophy Animals”. Tom said that his goal now is to be the first hunter to have collected all European species…and off he went!
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Palle C. Drescher, of Denmark, left, had to hunt for 16 different European big game species to achieve the first two Echelons of “The Ullmann Award for European Big Game Trophy Animals.” He hunted in a total of 6 different European countries to achieve his collection. Congratulating him on his European hunting achievements is the Chairman of the Ullmann Award Foundation, Norbert Ullmann.
SCI Life Member Janneke Dams, of Belgium, has hunted in 13 European countries to collect 32 different species and qualify for the first four Echelons of “The Ullmann Award for European Big Game Trophy Animals.” He’s currently building a large museum to host his collection in a cloister that is nearly 100 years old. For further informations visit: www.ullmannaward.de