Local

Conservation

Many hunters think of the importance of international conservation, especially in developing countries, and some forget to realize the threats hunting and subsequently conserving animals faces at home. The Northwest Chapter of Safari Club International is committed to local conservation on several fronts. 

Ever year millions of dollars are spent by sportsmen on tags and licenses that goes to help fund biologists, game warrens and law enforcement. The Northwest Chapter works to supplement the money used for conservation by providing education, opportunity and by campaigning against people who want to restrict the rights of hunters and sportsmen.

 

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Biologists work to relocate a heard of Mountain Goats form the Olympic Peninsula - Ron Carter 2018

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SCI Northwest members and master hunters building pheasant feeders.

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Members of Northwest Chapter have developed and implemented a local

 anti-poaching project

The SCI Northwest Youth Hunt exposed youths to hunting with a focus on fun and education

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Northwest Chapter works with schools to provide conservation education materials.

Located at the Washington State School for the Blind you can feel a wide variety of animals from around the world to "see" them. Experience what they look like from how they feel. 
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