The mission of the Oklahoma Station Chapter SCI is to protect the freedom to hunt and promote wildlife conservation in the state of Oklahoma and worldwide.

Sam Munhollon of OSCSCI Board wins Field and Stream Monthly Hero Award!!

Since 2010, Munhollon has been instrumental in recruiting more than 250 young hunters and their families to the sport by serving as regional director of the Oklahoma Youth Hunting and Shooting Program. He helps identify ...

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and Oklahoma Station Safari Club International have teamed up again to step up the conservation efforts of Oklahoma. There are so many ways which we work together we had to expand this connection to it's own pages. Click the picture to the left and come see what we have going on as well as some highlights that ODWC has going on!

1st Annual OSCSCI Golf Scramble!!

    Loads of fun! Not a straight up golf tournament, games and other to make it more fun and less competitive. Test your Outdoorsman Skills! At Coffee Creek Golf Course in Edmond

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SCI serves four basic tenets:

  • Protect the freedom to hunt for all hunters not just for any specific species
  • Education of the value of hunting as a viable wildlife management tool
  • Conservation of wildlife to preserve the heritage of hunting for future generations
  • Humanitarian services

Our members are conservationists who hunt and embrace the highest of ethical standards. We find no irony in this because we believe that hunting and conservation are not only compatible, but inseparable.

We believe that habitat and wildlife must be kept in balance, and that wisely managed hunting is the best way to accomplish this. Professional wildlife managers have proven that total protection is not conservation. There are many examples of what happens when species are allowed to exceed what their habitat can support.

The right to pursue wild game is a heritage handed down through the generations, and we intend to protect this cherished heritage. When a species is threatened due to habitat loss, political neglect or a natural disaster, SCI steps in with money and effort.

Our members are proud to be helping preserve wildlife through our hunting fees and our financial support for professional wildlife management based on science, not philosophical or political bias.