Welcome to the Safari Club International – Las Vegas Chapter
We are the Las Vegas Chapter a non-profit organization representing Safari Club International and Southern Nevada. Our goal is to become the leading organization in Hunter advocacy, education, and Conservation efforts in Southern Nevada. Supporting and partnering with existing like-minded non-profit organizations and the Nevada Department of Wildlife we provide education, training and introduction to Hunting and the Outdoors for the development and growth of the next generation of Hunters and Outdoor Enthusiasts.
The Las Vegas Chapter and its partners have and will continue to create and enhance conservation and cleanup projects to help grow and protect Southern Nevada’s Wildlife and their environment. At the same time through our fundraising efforts we continue to support Safari Club International in their efforts to protect Hunters’ Rights and Wildlife across the Nation and around the World.
SCILV headquarters are located in Las Vegas, NV. Our chapter is newly formed and has already achieved steady membership growth.
The chapter produces an annual banquet for our members, prospective members and sponsors. Next year the 46th annual hunters’ convention will be held at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and will run from January 31 – February 3, 2018 You may purchase tickets online or browse this site for raffles and auction items. There will be auctions and raffles ranging from exotic hunting adventures to spa and staycations right here in Las Vegas, optics, guns, jewelry, surely something for everyone. The banquet is our largest event of the year and we encourage anyone interested in our organization or in helping SCI protect our hunting rights and the expansion and conservation of wildlife to participate.
The Safari Club International – Las Vegas Chapter is a non-profit organization and relies on members, donations and sponsors. If you are interested in more information please use the contact form below or click here.
Safari Club International was founded in 1971, and based on three principles: Wildlife Conservation, Education and Advocacy of Hunting and Hunters’ Rights. In addition, on a local level, chapters like SCI Las Vegas, further Safari Club International’s mission. Assisting these chapters are SCI Field Representatives who help with fund raising, conservation and educational programs.