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Houston Safari Club Foundation Online Auctions Now Open

(Houston, TX-November 29, 2019) – Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) has announced its online auctions are now live and ready for bidding! Items include hunting and fishing trips from around the world, jewelry, artwork and more! Auctions will be paired to culminate with 3 live auctions to be held at HSCF’s annual Convention and Hunting Expo. Bidders may click on tabs for separate auctions, each ending at different times. Bidders should also be sure to check out the “Online Only” auction tab which will allow bidding now through Sunday, January 27th at 3:00 pm CST. Bid here today! Registration for HSCF’s 2019 Worldwide Convention and Hunting Expo is now open. The event will take place January 25-27, 2019 in downtown Houston at the George R. Brown (GRB) Convention Center. HSCF’s Annual Worldwide Convention and Hunting Expo celebrates wildlife, wild places and the sporting lifestyle for thousands of visitors and exhibitors.

Help TPWD Create a New Big Game License Plate

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department are adding a new species to their family of Conservation License Plates and would like to invite YOU to submit a photo for use on the actual license plate.  Bighorn Sheep or Pronghorn ? The new species to be depicted on the plate will either be a bighorn sheep or pronghorn.  A public survey in November/December will ask consumers which animal they would prefer, which plate demo they like best, and how likely they would be to purchase either of the plates to help make our decision. Benefits of having your photo chosen:  You’ll be contributing to TPWD’s conservation efforts to fund big game research, management, and restoration projects.  Since 2002, TPWD’s White-tailed Deer License Plate has generated over $1.2 million to these efforts.  We hope the new plate will do as well or even better.   Thousands of motorists on Texas roads will see your

Open Public Comment Period: Submit Your Ideas Before November 30

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has published a Federal Register notice informing the public about proposed amendments to the CITES Appendices and proposed resolutions, decisions, and agenda Items that the United States might submit for consideration at the 18th Meeting of the Conference of the Parties (CoP18), and to provide information on how agencies or bodies can apply to attend CoP18 as observers. Public comments will be accepted until November 30, 2018. Click here to read the Federal Register notice and learn how to submit comments. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) is a treaty agreed to by 182 nations and the European Union (referred to as “Parties) that protects species from becoming endangered or extinct because of international trade.    Every two to three years, a meeting of the Conference of the Parties is held to review, discuss, and negotiate changes in

Texas Wildlife Needs Your Help Today!

Dear Friends, We’re reaching out to Texas Alliance members in the Greater Houston area and surrounding communities to ask that if you live or work in a House Representative district listed below, could you please ask that Representative to cosponsor Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, HR 4647? We’re getting closer every day to enough national cosponsors for a vote (now at 100), but we need more Texas cosponsors. You can use our online toolkit, which includes a draft letter to send or personalize. You can also post on their website contact form (see link below): “Please cosponsor Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, H.R. 4647, to provide funding for at-risk wildlife and benefit wildlife, business, outdoor recreation, landowners, and all Texans.” Representatives and Helpful Resources: Who’s my House Representative? Sheila Jackson Lee [D-18] – https://jacksonlee.house.gov/contact/email-me Al Green [D-9] – https://algreen.house.gov/contact-me John Culberson [R-7] – https://culberson.house.gov/contact/zipauth.htm Brian Babin [R-36] – https://babin.house.gov/contact/ Randy Weber [R-14] – https://weber.house.gov/contact/ Kevin Brady [R-8] – https://kevinbrady.house.gov/contact/ Ted

HSCF Membership Drive Fall 2018

Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) takes kids hunting and fishing, provides youth outdoor education programs, provides scholarships to students majoring in outdoor related studies and funds conservation programs all over the world. Membership support helps make these programs possible!   Between October 1st and November 15th at midnight, every person who joins as a new HSCF member, and everyone who renews or upgrades their membership will be entered to win!* Thanks to Ozonics Hunting for donating the Ozonics HR 230 Scent Elimination Technology device. They believe in the mission of HSCF to support the future of hunting! Learn more about them at www.ozonicshunting.com. To join, renew or upgrade your membership, click on the appropriate link below or call 713.623.8844. New Member: https://hscfdn.org/membership/join/ Renew or Upgrade: https://hscf.memberclicks.net/membership-renewal#/ #wehuntwegive #HSCF #membership

Houston Safari Club Foundation Welcomes Marine Military Academy

Houston, TX – Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) is pleased to announce the Marine Military Academy as its newest Foundation Partner. Marine Military Academy develops disciplined, morally strong, college-ready young men who are prepared for responsible leadership. Marine Military Academy is globally recognized as a premier college-preparatory school for adolescent men on course to achieve their post-secondary education and career goals. Marine Military Academy has been helping young men realize their full potential since 1965. “Proven leaders in high profile, fast-paced, complex and demanding positions are in great demand today. Marine Military Academy is developing such men who are prepared for the rigors of academics and the multi-faceted background of domestic and international experience in cross functional organizations. Our track record is grounded in developing sound decision making, strategic vision and problem solving young men who have established and demonstrated a skill set in leading and managing people, balancing short-term priorities against long-term goals
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Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) is a non-profit organization, exempt from federal income tax, under section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. The charitable deduction for contributions to HSCF is the cash amount of the contribution, less the value of goods and services received, to the extent permitted by law. HSCF EIN 74-2177975. Please contact your tax advisor concerning deductibility of any payments as business deductions. HSCF is an independent organization, is not affiliated with Safari Club International (SCI) or its affiliates and is not a chapter or affiliate of any other organization.