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SCI News for March 18

SCI News
SCI News for March 18
By Safari Club International • Issue #23 • View online
As we navigate the uncharted waters brought on by the COVID-19 crisis, we want to reassure everyone the national office staff in Tucson and Washington D.C., committees and executive team are adapting to the situation so we may continue to carry out the mission of SCI. Spend some quality social distancing time outdoors in the woods and stay safe!

Deer Overpopulation Meets Its Match: Women Who Hunt
Seed Stage: Planting the Next Generation of Conservationists
Share Your Blue Bag Story
Hornady on Tag Soup
Submit your entries for consideration for the 2021 Awards! The Record Book Committee will be considering Top 20 entries taken over the last year for 17 categories.
SCI members can submit their entries online, by emailing the Record Book Department, or calling the Record Book Department direct at 1-800-997-0177 for other options. 
Any Record Book entry that is received after March 31st, 2020, will be considered for the 2022 awards cycle. Get those submissions in and good luck!
Chapter Happenings
SCI Italian Chapter on Instagram
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Save the date
All chapters are exercising social responsibility in response to the COVID-19 guidance on events and gatherings. Consider the dates below as TENTATIVE and use the links for event date changes and updates.
In Case You Missed It
Evan McMurry
oh my god, the chicago aquarium closed due to coronavirus, so they let the penguins run around and check out the other exhibits. (staff was present.)
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