Just minutes from downtown Tucson, Arizona, you might stumble off the beaten path and find yourself glassing mule deer in a Sonoran Desert canyon. It’s also possible you’ll encounter African lions, a woolly mammoth or even a mountain full of sheep species from around the globe.
I just returned from an SCI board meeting—a time when key players from the organization gather to discuss extremely important issues … such as what they’re planning to do to ensure the future of hunters’ rights around the world. For me and a few other outdoor media members, it was a 2-day marathon of meetings with everyone from the president of SCI to the top government watchdogs hired to defend hunters from the anti-hunting hell-fire in Washington D.C. Stay tuned: I’ll be revealing more about the significance of SCI and the serious side of the organization in future posts and in the pages of North American Hunter.
In the meantime, I invite you to take a peek at the SCI Foundation International Wildlife Museum. I had the opportunity to tour this impressive establishment during my stay in Tucson. If you’re ever in that neck of the woods, you’d be doing yourself an injustice by not visiting the museum. And what you’ll see in this video is only scratching the surface of what’s inside.