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Welcome to the new SCI News

You asked, we listened....this is your new SCI News, formerly known as Hunter Pride and featuring bit
SCI News
Welcome to the new SCI News
By Safari Club International • Issue #1 • View online
You asked, we listened….this is your new SCI News, formerly known as Hunter Pride and featuring bits from the week to keep you in the know on Safari Club International.

"Tag Soup" Podcast Launches
The official podcast of Safari Club International kicked off over the weekend! Whether you hunt your own backyard, do one or a few hunts in a nearby state or across the country, or are an international destination hunter, SCI Tag Soup has something for you - it’s not about the kill, it’s about the experience, the habitat and the wildlife. Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn+Alexa and iHeart Radio and in your favorite podcast player. Have a story to share? Let us know!
Hunter Advocacy Action Center Making a Difference
Launched at the August Board meeting, the HAAC has taken off among outdoorsmen wanting to get involved in issues but with no easy way to do so. In the 60 days since, nearly 2,000 (!) tweets, emails and phone calls directly to legislators have been made through the system. These efforts have been made in support of the Aurelia Skipwith nomination, Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania, and opposing the CECIL Act.
Get on board by texting “SCI” to 73075 (rates may apply), or click here to register online.
Moore Outdoors Features SCI Foundation
Moore Outdoors with Chester Moore invited Joseph Goergen, Conservation Manager for SCI Foundation to join him for a discussion on the organization and conservation. Chester is an award-winning wildlife journalist and his radio show airs on KLVI AM 560 out Beaumont, Texas. Joe’s interview is now available on the Moore Outdoors podcast (episode date 10/4/19).
SCI Joins Outdoor Recreation Trade Associations to Form New Canadian Coalition
AWLS Experience Resonates for 5th Grade Teacher
Chapter Happenings
September was a big month in Big Sky country! The Great Falls, MT Chapter earned a solid golf clap when it pitched in to purchase 442 acres of private land. When you see how much access this purchase opened, that’ll turn into a full blown, Tiger-Wins-The-Tournament roar.
Across the state, the Montana Chapter announced the donation of a grizzly bear live trap to the U.S. Wildlife Service. The escalation of grizzly/human encounters is causing real problems and the donation of this culvert trap will help reduce these conflicts.
The San Diego Chapter is playing a lead role in the reintroduction of Sonoran Pronghorn to Southern California.
Nice turnout over the weekend for the California Sierra Chapter’s Ladies’ Bows and Bullets event.
Socially Speaking
Charlotte NC SCI on Instagram
SCI Novi on Instagram
Austin (TX) SCI on Instagram
SCI West Texas Chapter on Instagram
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