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Kevin Wallenfang and his tournament winning, 46-inch musky just prior to release Fishing has been as hot as the weather for our circle of family and friends, and anglers participating in the 16th Annual Bob Ellis Row Trolling Classic. The Classic was started in 2003 by fishing guide Patricia Strutz to memorialize Bob Ellis, a legendary northern Wisconsin row troller inducted into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame in 2008 for his im...
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Attending the SCI Hunters' Convention Benefits Local Conservation Efforts

Attending the annual Safari Club International Hunters' Convention February 5-8, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada not only allows hunters to enjoy the largest hunters' convention, with 2,500 exhibitors from all over the world, it also raises funds that support local conservation efforts.

Some of the funds raised during the annual SCI Convention help support the SCI Foundation.  Since 2000, the SCI Foundation has provided $50 million to promote science-based conservation through wildlife research, capacity building in governments, youth and teacher education, and humanitarian programs that show the importance of the hunting community in society around the world.

Conservation efforts that the SCI Foundation has supported recently in the United States include predator/prey studies, species and habitat enhancements and wildlife disease studies.

A few of the specific projects that SCI Foundation is currently supporting from funds raised at the SCI Convention include:

 Moose: In Wyoming SCI Foundation is supporting research to estimate moose population performance and the influence of grizzly and black bears on moose survival and recruitment where calf survival is low.

Black Bear:  SCI Foundation is assisting the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) to estimate the population of black bears, their movement patterns, habitat preferences, and genetic relatedness. Read More.

Wildlife Disease Management: SCI Foundation and Mossy Oak have partnered with the University of Georgia's Southeastern Cooperative Disease Study (SCWDS) to combat hemorrhagic disease, the most important viral disease of white­tailed deer in the United States. Read More.

Information on other North American Conservation projects, including predator/prey interactions, species and habitat enhancement and wildlife disease, can be found on theSafari Club International Foundation website.

Travel to Las Vegas, NV February 5-8 2014 for the annual Safari Club International Hunters' Convention and support local conservation efforts.  Register now while rooms are still available and discount badge pricing is still in effect.