Safari Club International - Michigan Chapter
Leader in Protecting the Freedom to Hunt and Promoting Wildlife Conservation Worldwide!
A Leader in Protecting the Freedom to Hunt
and Promoting Wildlife Conservation Worldwide!
The Michigan Chapter of Safari Club was only the third chapter to form in 1973, when the international organization began. The Michigan Chapter is one of the largest chapters in the world, and proudly acknowledges four International Presidents who originated from our fraternity.
Help promote hunting and the outdoors among youth - they are the future of hunting and SCI!
• Committee members will help plan and support SCI sponsored events for youth.
• Please contact Bryan Judge more information or if you would like to join this committee.
The Outdoor Discovery Center Macatawa Greenway was created by the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District and Wildlife Unlimited of Allegan and Ottawa Counties, a local sportsman’s group that supported outdoor education and conservation projects. The Center’s purpose is to connect people with nature through outdoor education for the benefit of wildlife and the conservation of the natural world. Since 2000, the organization has served more than 300,000 children and adults in the West Michigan community through its programs. Thanks to the support by organizations like the Safari Club International, more than 75,000 people annually visit the ODCMG sites to walk trails, view wildlife and reconnect with the outdoors.
Alaska is a big state with big species, and people come here with big dreams! "The Last Frontier" is home of the worlds largest brown bear, Alaskan/Yukon Moose, Dall Sheep, and King Salmon! The Halibut capitol of the world is in Alaska! It's no wonder hunters and fishers THINK ALASKA when they thing of the BIG game and BIG fish!
Dreams do come true here... in a big way.
Master Guide Mike Cowan, Owner Crosshairs Outfitters, Registered Big Game Guides & Assistant Guides
(Home) 660-686-0245 - (Cell) 907-394-2924
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