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SCI News for April 8

SCI News
SCI News for April 8
By Safari Club International • Issue #26 • View online
Getting cagey from being socially distanced at home? Here are three great ideas:
  1. Check in on the SCI Hunter Information Service’s COVID-19 advisories. It’s being updated as quickly as news arrives and there have been over a dozen since last week’s newsletter.
  2. Text “SCI COVID19” to 73075 and get on board with the Hunter Action Advocacy Center.
  3. Measure your trophies and get them into the Record Book!

Hunters: The Unsung Heroes of Wildlife Conservation
Hunters: The Unsung Heroes of Wildlife Conservation
This Week
SCI Foundation Brings African Voices to UK Issue
In collaboration with Blood Origins, SCI Foundation facilitated the production of a video series featuring officials from African countries speaking directly to those who ban trophy importing. These brief videos destroy the narrative being pushed by those supporting such a ban with the voices of the experts living in those countries. We encourage everyone to take some to watch and share.
Tell Your Senators to SUPPORT Senate Bill 3422
Chapter Happenings
 Niccolò, Filippo and Stefano Ricci of the Italy Chapter
Niccolò, Filippo and Stefano Ricci of the Italy Chapter
Italy Chapter Founder Donates 1 Million Masks
Cav. Stefano Ricci, founding member of the SCI Italian Chapter, and his family, donated one million surgical masks and ten respirators for intensive care to the Civil Protection of Florence to face the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Their very important donation fills our hearts with gratitude and makes us all proud to be able to count them so present and active in our club,” said Tiziano Terzi, SCI Italian Chapter President.
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