For the past several months we have been witness to pretty much nothing but bad news. Finally, I have something positive to pass along. This is for anyone who has traveled abroad in the recent past - especially to Africa and are waiting on trophies, here is some great news!
Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit handed SCI and America’s hunters a hard-fought victory when the Court upheld the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (FWS) new case-by-case permitting policy for the importation of endangered and threatened wildlife.
“The real victory from this ruling belongs to the hunters who will now encounter a more factually driven importation process as part of their crucial role in African conservation. SCI deeply appreciates the D.C. Circuit Court’s wise decision. As always, SCI’s litigation team is second to none in its unrelenting work on behalf of all hunters,” commented SCI CEO W. Laird Hamberlin about the Court’s decision.
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Mary Lynn West
The Safari Club International (SCI) Mission Statement is to Protect and Preserve our hunting heritage through wildlife conservation, education, legislative, and humanitarian efforts. The SCI uses the following programs to achieve this end:
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