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Educate. Initiate.

To actively promote, support & advocate for responsible conservation & management of British Columbia's natural resources.

  • FRASER RIVER SHEEP COUNTS - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

    The Wild Sheep Society and project partners are looking for dedicated volunteers to assist with summer lamb monitoring along the east side of the Fraser River north of Lillooet.

    We will need 2 groups of 2 people per zone (8 in total for the Treatment and Control zones) to spend a day glassing, counting and classifying sheep on a set schedule.

    The schedule will depend on manpower but at a minimum we are hoping to do counts monthly, starting the weekend of June 6-7, 2020 (4 counts: June 6-7, July 4-5, August 8-9, September 12-13). If manpower exists, we may consider doing these counts every two weeks instead.

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  • 1st Annual 

    Clean Up for Wildlife

    Forest Service Road Garbage Challenge

    May 16 - 31, 2020

    and a Chance to WIN

    CUSTOM STEEL FIRE RING

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Purpose & Objectives

Our purposes and objectives are:

  1. To advocate, preserve and protect the rights of all hunters;
  2. To promote safe, legal and ethical hunting and related activities;
  3. To monitor, support, educate or otherwise take positions on local, regional, and provincial legislative, executive, judicial or organizational endeavours that foster and support these purposes and objectives, within the limits imposed by law and regulation;
  4. To inform and educate the public concerning hunting and related activities;
  5. To create public engagement on our natural resources; and
  6. To replace political influence with beneficial management practices through seeking out sound scientific practices on wildlife management to achieve a sustainable province wide action plan to protect and enhance our natural resources for future generations.

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Regional Message

British Columbia is the most biodiverse province in Canada with 13 different biogeoclimatic zones.  Our wildlife populations, however, are in trouble!  We are asking for your voice to speak on behalf of BC’s dwindling wildlife populations. Decades of habitat loss and failed government management has placed our wildlife & natural resources in jeopardy. 

Our Province's wildlife heritage need your help.  Please join the conversation for greater conservation!

 

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Introductory New Member

New Canadian Members $50.00 (CAD)

1 Entry into the Membership Sweepstakes

  • INCLUDES 1 Free Record Book Entry ($35 value) **
  • Hunter Information Service and Hotline • view details
  • SCI Hunter's Travel Assistance Hotline Powered by Global Rescue
  • 6 bi-monthly issues of SCI's award winning SAFARI Magazine Annual World Hunting Awards publication
  • 12 monthly issues of SAFARI TIMES Newspaper

** One time offer per member per lifetime

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1 Year Renewing Member

$65.00 (CAD)

1 Entry into the Membership Sweepstakes

  • INCLUDES 1 Free Record Book Entry ($35 value) **
  • Hunter Information Service and Hotline • view details
  • SCI Hunter's Travel Assistance Hotline Powered by Global Rescue
  • 6 bi-monthly issues of SCI's award winning SAFARI Magazine Annual World Hunting Awards publication
  • 12 monthly issues of SAFARI TIMES Newspaper

** One time offer per member per lifetime

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3 Year Special Rate

$150.00  (CAD)

3 Entry into the Membership Sweepstakes

  • INCLUDES 3 Free Record Book Entry ($35 value) **
  • Hunter Information Service and Hotline • view details
  • SCI Hunter's Travel Assistance Hotline Powered by Global Rescue
  • 6 bi-monthly issues of SCI's award winning SAFARI Magazine Annual World Hunting Awards publication
  • 12 monthly issues of SAFARI TIMES Newspaper

** One time offer per member per lifetime

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