Join the SCI Southwest Ohio Chapter
SCI was founded in 1971 and the Southwest Ohio Chapter was founded in 1992
Both founded on three primary principals:
• Wildlife Conservation
• Education & Humanitarian Services
• Advocacy for Hunting and Hunters’ Rights
Governmental Affairs. SCI’s Washington Office is headed by the Director of Wildlife Conservation and Governmental Affairs, who is responsible for support to five of SCI’s Committees; Conservation, Governmental Affairs, Ethics, Bylaws and Legal Task Force. Annual International Hunter Convention. Mingle with worldwide hunters, celebrities, outfitters, guides, taxidermists, outdoor writers and people just like you. You will have access to exhibitor booths, seminars, silent and live auctions and evening events.
Reports. All SCI members get the facts and figures on where to go for that special hunting trip. Research and read updates on important hunting issues and reports from your fellow members and guides and outfitters around the world.
SCI’s Record Book of Trophy Animals. Submit your entries into the world’s most accepted record book.
Credentials. All SCI members receive handsome window and luggage decals, a wallet-sized membership card and a membership certificate to proudly display.
Programs, Education and Conservation. Millions of dollars are allocated to programs, grants, trusts and equipment designed to preserve wildlife.
Education & Humanitarian programs include:
• The American Wilderness Leadership School: where students and teachers discover the wise use of our natural resources and how vital they are to the future in Granite Ranch, which is southeast of Jackson, WY.
• Sportsmen Against Hunger: hunters donate game to the hungry.
• Apprentice Hunger's Program: instructs proper handling and safety of firearms.
• Sensory Safari: visually impaired individuals discover wildlife through the sense of touch.
• Safari Care: professionals offer assistance to individuals in third-world countries.
• Disabled Hunter: promotes opportunities for disabled hunters to experience hunting traditions and heritage.
• Safari Wheels: a new and important project for helping the victims of land mine tragedy.
• International Wildlife Museum: provides wildlife appreciation through exhibits, nature films, interactive computer technology and hands-on learning areas.
In addition, on a local level, chapters like Southwest Ohio further Safari Club International’s mission.
If you are currently a SCI member and would like to join the Southwest Ohio Chapter print out this form, fill in the membership form and send to the address on the form.
If you are not currently a SCI member and would like to join SCI and the Southwest Ohio Chapter print out this form, fill in the membership form and send to address on the form.
NOTE: You must be a member with SCI to be a member of the Southwest Ohio Chapter.