HELVETIA SCI

TROPHY HUNTING

Why and how trophy hunting can be beneficial.

HELVETIA SCI
Swiss Section of Safari Club International

The SCI Foundation has dedicated in recent years more than 300 million US$ for wildlife conservation, education, hunting promotion and the fight against poaching. Its parent company, SCI was established in the United States in 1973 and is today the world's largest wildlife and hunter organization. HEVLETIA SCI is the direct emanation for Switzerland.

The SCI is not based on emotions, but on scientifically proven facts, to emphasize the importance of legal and sustainable hunting in the management and conservation of wildlife.

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SCI Helvetia Chapter - Driven grouse shooting ban
International news
Sustainable Driven Grouse Shooting?

The recent debate in England on the «driven grouse shooting ban» shows once again that when scientists look at a hunting practices without preconceptions, the feedback is extremely positive.

Published on 8 October 2021

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SCI Helvetia Chapter - Pourquoi les communautés rurales d'Afrique australe disent que la chasse ne cessera jamais en Afrique
International news
Why southern african rural communities say hunting will never end in Africa

By Emmanuel Koro, Johannesburg, South Africa: If the controversy over international hunting was a third world war between Western animal rights groups and the African hunting communities –...

Published on 21 September 2021
SCI Helvetia Chapter - One with Nature 2021 and SCI Europe Committee meeting, Hungary
Event & Assembly
One With Nature & SCI Europe Committee meeting

Fin septembre, nous avons enfin l’opportunité, depuis la création du Comité du SCI Europe, de nous rencontrer en personne et de participer à l’exceptionnel événement célébrant la...

Published on 24 August 2021
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Safari n.
(Late 19th century, word Kiswahili, from Arabic safara, to travel)
An expedition to observe or hunt animals in their natural habitat, especially in East Africa.