Game Birds Of The World program, or…  Got Quail?  

Article from SCI:

With more than 45,000 international members, SCI is a global leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. Since its formation 45 years ago, SCI has traditionally focused on big game management and hunters’ rights. SCI has now added advocacy for game bird and waterfowl conservation and the right to hunt managed species across the globe.

SCI is excited to announce the Game Birds of the World

program in order to bring greater awareness to the many and varied upland game bird and waterfowl hunting opportunities. The SCI Record Book is now accepting entries for more than 350 acceptable bird species as well as offering a variety of different game bird awards. SCI has released these new awards for North America, South America and Africa bird hunting. Participation in this new program allows duck and upland game hunters to record their hunting heritage while contributing to waterfowl and upland game bird conservation and advocacy.

Ryglen There Goes Amos helping collect a Ruff Grouse for me in the north Maine woods

Steve Robillard adding a Scaled Quail to his slam

Professor Ryan O’Shaughnessy of West Texas Quail Outfitters

Me explaining why I missed the shot. Ricardo Longoria not daring to contradict me…

Richard Huntley demonstrates what is required for a photo entry of a Scaled or Blue Quail

The gorgeous Yucatán Black Throated Bobwhite Quail

Britt Hosmer and I on a Yucatán Jungle Bird hunt

“The Donald” Richard, me, Steve Robillard – Much of bird hunting is about the social aspect.

South Dakota has some of the best destinations for Pheasants