Safari Club International (SCI) and SCI Foundation have joined with the SCI Houston Chapter, the Texas Brush Country Chapter and other relief organizations to offer support in dealing with the continuing storm-related situation in East Texas and Louisiana.
The steps being taken toward completing a comprehensive sportsmen’s package are encouraging. The measures introduced so far represent significant strides and SCI members should remain hopeful of action on a final bill that would be sent to President Trump’s desk.
Feral hogs also negatively impact forest regeneration, compete with native species, can prey on some, such as ground nesting birds, and cause serious erosion problems. The total cost and scale of ecological and economic damage across the U.S. is unknown, but it must be astronomical.
Results from a newly published study show that the overall contribution of hunting tourism in eight African nations is an estimated $426 million annually. More than 18,000 hunter tourists visit Africa every year.
Safari Club International Foundation (SCI Foundation)has partnered with the Fort Belknap Indian Community Council and Bud Martin at Redbone Outfitting to auction off a one-hunter Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep hunt.