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SCI News for July 29

SCI News
SCI News for July 29
By Safari Club International • Issue #42 • View online

SCI Announces "Share the Impact Outfitter Benefit" to Support Hunting Guides and Outfitters
This Week
SCI Celebrates Congressional Commitment to Historic Hunting and Conservation Legislation
Official Statement from The New Zealand Professional Hunting Guides Association Regarding Tahr Management
From the SCI Newsroom
SCIF Helping Piece Together Puzzling Decline of Wyoming Mule Deer Herd
It’s been proven for decades that when wildlife has an economic value, people from all over the world do whatever they can to conserve them. Private landowners in Texas and WildLife Partners is no different. Over the last 8 years, values of most non-native species have in increased dramatically but none more so than the species WildLife Partners breeds.
Here are just a few examples.
Greater Kudu - from $7,000 to $18,500 or 164%
Sable – from $8,000 to $28,000 or 250%
Impala - from $3,500 to $10,000 or 186%
Blesbok - from $4,000 to $7,000 or 75%
Nyala – from $5,000 to $16,000 or 220%
Grant’s Gazelle – From $5,500 to $13,000 or 136%
Chapter Happenings
Veteran receives donation from SCI to replace flags in Highland Cemetery
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