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Welcome to SCI - Michigan

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.

Michigan Chapter News

SCI Litigation Update - Fighting for Hunters

The Truth About SCI’s
Elephant Importation Lawsuit

By: Anna Seidman

Over the past several months, SCI has aggressively pursued litigation against the federal government, challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to ban the importation of sport-hunted elephants from Zimbabwe and Tanzania.

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American Wilderness Leadership School

AWLSNestled in the beautiful Bridger-Teton National Forest near Jackson, Wyoming, the American Wilderness Leadership School (“AWLS”) provides the perfect atmosphere for educational programs. Established in 1976 with the vision of providing educators with a useful hands-on experience that they can bring home to their classrooms, AWLS has provided an accredited wildlife management program for 5,473 primary and secondary teachers. The school offers six dates each summer for these fun and exciting eight-day sessions. Some of the topics covered include wildlife conservation and management, endangered species and outdoor ethics, ecosystems, economic contribution of sportsman in conservation, outdoor survival and the shooting sports – firearm safety, shotgun, rifle, and archery. Participants also enjoy a whitewater rafting trip on the Snake River.

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Blue Bag Program (Safari-Care Bags)

Blue BagMuch of the SCI’s budget is dedicated toward assistance for those who are less fortunate. Internationally, SCI is increasingly recognized not only for its support of hunting and conservation but also for its humanitarian efforts. The Blue Bag program assists in continuing this positive regard for SCI. 

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Suzanna H. Lesiow

City of Residence: Battle Creek

Spouse/Children: Rieger (spouse); Children: Lenae & Haley

Employment: 23 years elementary teacher but recently retired

Hobbies: hunting, golfing, shopping

Member Since: 2003

Board Positions(s): N/A

Introduced: My husband introduced me to bow hunting at the age of 33.

Continent(s) Hunted: North America, and Africa

Favorite Trophy: I have two.  My Eland and Damara Dik-Dik.

Memorable Hunt: Our trip to Namibia was probably the most memorable because of the entire adventure.  Sitting in the hide for 7 hunts and putting a stalk on a wild animal is exhilarating to say the least! In Africa, you never know what is going to show itself in front of you at 25 yards so you are always on pins and needles with anticipation.

Favorite Species to Hunt: I'd have to say whitetail deer.  They are so wile and wise and to get a 30 yard or closer shot on a mature buck or doe is always exciting!

Want to Hunt: My husband and I have been to Africa twice and neither one of us has taken a zebra with our bows. So that is the one animal that is top on our hit list.

Advice: Be patient and practice.  Get with someone who really knows the sport and listen closely.


Membership News

What Membership Means...

Membership in the Safari Club is the life blood of our Club’s future. The benefits of membership include access to all the resources, opportunities and camaraderie Safari Club has to offer and all local and national publications.

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