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1 2010 SCI CHAPTER OF THE YEAR 2012 Award-winning Publication Serving members from San Jose to San Francisco, Monterey to Napa, Sacramento to the Pacific Safari Club International - San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Summer 2014 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Hunt Reports Member Photos Calendar of Coming Events Registration for Chapter Hunts COMING EVENTS Annual BBQ and Shoot, Aug. 24 Sables Casino Night, Sept. 19 Feed the Hungry, Sept. 21 Board of Directors Meetings 3rd Thursday of each month Please call Beverly Valdez at Tom Mattusch with Gold Medal Beceite Ibex taken with Salvador Chias, a Greater Bay Area auction hunt. For BaseCamp please Beverly Valdez,

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3 Safari Club International - San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Summer 2014 Chapter Officers President... Dwight Ortmann President Elect...Robert Lawson Vice President... Tomas Bermejo Secretary... Cathie Nelson Treasurer...Jim Peters Past President...Tom Mattusch Board of Directors Buck Buchanan Glenn Chrisman Michael Davidson Tom Enberg Chairpersons Awards Dinner...Cam Greig Base Camp Editor...Beverly Valdez Budget Committee... Jim Peters Conservation... Dwight Ortmann Crab Feed...Tom Enberg Cubs... Ed Buchanan Education...Diane Sheardown BBQ & Shoot...Gayla Bergstrom Fundraiser Co-Chair... Tomas Bermejo Fundraiser Financial Liaison...Jim Peters Humanitarian... John Ware Legislative...Bob Keagy Marketing & PR... Bill Craves Membership...Tom Mattusch Veteran s Activities...Glenn Chrisman Sables... Jeana Rolsky-Feige Chapter Administrator...Beverly Valdez Past Presidents Council Bob Keagy Richard Pierce (alt) Jeana Rolsky-Feige Paul Williamson Tom Mattusch Dwight Ortmann Jim Peters Ilah Uhl (deceased) Stanford Atwood Tomas Bermejo Mike Nice Bill Gouin Ilah Uhl (deceased) Glenn Chrisman Gabe Tabib Dean Miller (deceased) George Cobb Joe Bullock John Peterson (deceased) Al Lawson (deceased) Brenton Scott SPECIAL NOTICE BECOME A FAN! If you are on Facebook, become a FAN of SCI-SFBay now to get the latest breaking news first. Just look for Safari Club - SF Bay. You can also become a FAN of SCI National. Just enter SCI in the Facebook search box and join. CIRCULATION AND ADVERTISING POLICY These new ad rates will be effective as of the next BaseCamp (Q4 2013). We have added several new categories of ads for individuals so that you can show your support for this award-winning newsletter! Business Ads Full page, 4x per year:... $350 Half page, 4x per year:... $200 Quarter page, 4x per year:... $75 Business card, 4x per year:...$35 Supporter Listing, 4x per year: Bronze...$25 Silver...$35 Gold...$50 All ads run for one year, (four issues) printed in black and white. Special pricing for color pages is available by contacting the editor. Advertisers must submit electronic artwork to the Chapter Office 10 days before submission deadline. Business card size ads for members for sale of personal property such as sporting equipment or clothing will be accepted. There are no fees for these ads and they will be run for a single issue only unless resubmitted for additional issues. Must follow all guidelines for submission. The contents and opinions expressed in Base Camp are those of the writers and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Safari Club International San Francisco Bay Area Chapter or the general membership. Information and articles in this newsletter are intended to inform the members about chapter activities and present various viewpoints and issues of general interest. Base Camp, however, cannot verify or be responsible for the accuracy of statements made in the articles and columns written by the newsletter staff or guest authors. 3

4 WEST AFRICA BOARD HUNTING WITH SAFARIS CHELET BY BOB KEAGY President Dwight Ortmann President Elect: Robert Lawson Vice President Tomas Bermejo Secretary Cathie Nelson Treasurer Jim Peters Past President Tom Mattusch BOARD MEMBERS Buck Buchanan Glenn Chrisman Michael Davidson Tom Enberg Bob Keagy Richard Pierce (alt) Jeana Rolsky-Feige Paul Williamson Chapter Wineglasses For Sale! We still have a few left! Get your order in today. San Francisco Bay Area Chapter logo wineglasses by Riedel are available to purchase. These are restaurant quality (slightly more durable!) stemware that hold 21.5 ounces per glass. These are called the Cab Merlot 446/0. Member cost is $15 per glass or 2 for $25. 4 or more are $12 each. Order yours now by calling or ing Chapter President Tom Mattusch. (650) or 4

5 WEST PRESIDENT S AFRICA MESSAGE HUNTING WITH SAFARIS CHELET BY BOB KEAGY Hello SFBA Friends and Family, About 75 folks attended the recent Wild Game Feed and Awards Banquet. A good time was had by one and all! Chef A.J. again impressed us with his culinary skills. Larry Lundberg was the Hunter of the Year. Cam Greig was the Member of the Year and Fran Papapietro was awarded the Lioness of the Year. See page 10 for more information and photos of this great event! Your Board has decided to make the Sunday after Memorial Day to be the event date going forward for this great family event. Get your calendar out and circle May 31, Invite your friends! This is one of the most fun activities of the year! Next up is our annual Bob Bergstrom Memorial BBQ and Sporting Clay Shoot. You ll enjoy a wild game BBQ of moose or venison burgers, salads and the rest of BBQ heaven. Again this year the Golden Gate Chapter is planning on being there to challenge us practice up and let s show them who has the best shooters in California! Register today online or see page 16 for more information. For an exciting new event, the Sables are planning a Casino Night on September 19th. Put this on your MUST BE AT list for you and your friends! This event is being billed as The Odds are With Us! I hope to see you there! Look at page 13 for more info on this event and all chapter events. Do you have a hunt story to share? Give Beverly a call if you don t want to write and she will help write it for you. Sometimes the best stories are about being with family or friends or even a missed shot!?! See Tom Mattusch s story on page 19 where you will note that no boars were harmed during part of his latest adventure. The 2014 chapter hunt to Wyoming with Tim Reich is sold out but the 2015 chapter hunt with Arrow Five here in northern California still has two spaces available. Contact Beverly if you would like to join your fellow SF Bay Chapter members for a good blacktail hunt. See page 6 for more information. Do you have an idea for a future chapter hunt? If so, give me a call or send me an and we will try to arrange it. Chapter hunts are a good way to get to know your fellow members and they can be any kind of hunt pig, deer, turkey, even exotics. Just let me know what you are thinking and we ll get to work on it. Speaking of members, 2014 / 2015 is time to drive 75. Yes, that s 75 new members. It will take all of us working together to do this but we can make it happen! You would be surprised how many people are willing to join they just need to be asked. That s where you come in This year at the Wild Game Dinner new member Anna Stockel won the new member raffle of a.22 she was really excited as any new member would be! Make sure your friends are in the drawing next year. See the membership form on page 23 Our.416 Big Game Rifle drawing is over, with Rich Papapietro the lucky winner. Look for more information on the next firearms drawing coming soon. On another note, our conservation project for studying the deer lice problem will be giving us a report soon. We will have a member meeting to hear some results and will also publish a synopsis here in BaseCamp. Look for that information in the fall issue. Remember we are First for Hunters and First for Wildlife your membership dollars help to support both aspects. Shoot straight, Dwight Ortmann President


7 WEST SCI YOUTH AFRICA SHOOTING HUNTING WITH APRIL SAFARIS 27, 2014CHELET BY BOB KEAGY SCI Youth Families from the North Bay had a shooting day at Richmond Gun Club. Fun was had by all as their smiles show. All the Youth s are now wanting to take a Hunter Education Class so they can go hunting! 7

8 WEST MEMBER AFRICA PHOTOS HUNTING WITH SAFARIS CHELET BY BOB KEAGY Top Left: Huli Cat salmon a full day. Top Right: Rick Palmer with lingcod. Left: Norm Smith 487sci Red Stag bought at GBA Fundraiser. Golden Ram Sportsman s Club A Family-Oriented Members Club 100,000 acres of private land Members only access Hunting, camping & fishing CALL OR ABOUT HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER Tel:

9 ARTICLE WEST CALENDAR AFRICA TITLE OF HUNTING EVENTS BY NAME 2014 WITH SAFARIS CHELET BY BOB KEAGY Don t miss a single one of these great events! MEMBER UPDATE Welcome New Members! Mike Huebner Fran Papapietro Sanjeet Uppal Todd Williams USFW Ban on Elephant Update Recently the US Fish and Wildlife made a move to ban commercial ivory trade. This will be a nearly complete ban on commercial trade of elephant ivory. There are different timelines and processes involved that may impact your hunting and/ or importing ivory. See this link to review what you can do in a non-commercial use such as if you are moving or putting your ivory in a will. There are many aspects to this so if you have African elephant ivory be sure to review these new directives from USFW. Above: Tom Mattusch along with other SCI Chapter officers met with many of our California Senators and Representatives and their staff members in Washington D.C. recently. IvoryAlert 9



12 WEST 2014 WILD AFRICA GAME HUNTING AWARDS WITH SAFARIS CHELET BY BOB KEAGY Fran Papapietro, 2014, Lioness of the Year See the entire presentation online Richard Papapietro III, 2014, Youth Hunter of the Year 12

13 WEST SABLES AFRICA CASINO HUNTING NIGHT WITH SAFARIS CHELET BY BOB KEAGY San Francisco Bay Area SCI Sables Invites you to Casino Night The Odds Are In Our Favor Friday, September 19, 2014 Crowne Plaza Hotel Foster City 7:00 PM to 11:00PM 13

14 Boonville Ranch 3,200 Acres in Mendocino County Abundant wildlife: Wild boar, blacktail deer, turkeys, bear, grouse, etc. Meadows, pastures & forested hills await. 2 creeks, one with steelhead & a pond stocked w/ bass. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home overlooks a large area formerly planted with wine grapes. Great for a hunt- Available for $5,900, additional Contiguous acres with a seasonal creek are also available for $850,000 PRICE REDUCED! now $750,000 The world-renowned SHAMROCK RANCH / 17,050 Acres in Mendocino County, CA The ranch is known world wide for its hunting opportunities, and enjoys a profitable hunting guide business. Phenomenal wildlife abounds: Tule Elk, Blacktail Deer, Wild turkeys, Boar, Quail, Grouse, Bears & more. It has a very large, professional grade equestrian facility, as well as carrying a profitable cattle operation with its own hay production. It has abundant water with approx. 2 miles of Eel River frontage;; year around creeks and lakes - some stocked with trophy size bass. There is a fully outfit- The improvements are spectacular: The main, Mediterranean Style 7 bedroom, 8.5 bath home reflects superior craftsmanship throughout and is very appealing. It overlooks the beautiful 25 acre vineyard in full contract production. There are several other homes and for a brochure. Shown to qualified buyers only. $23,950,000

15 WEST VETERANS AFRICA SUPPORT HUNTING PROGRAM WITH SAFARIS CHELET BY BOB KEAGY Your Donation Can Help Us Continue Supporting Our Veteran s Program Any contribution (large or small) will help us make a continue to provide exceptional trips for vets who have given so much for our nation. Donate online at the website ( or print this form, fill in the information, and mail or fax it to us with your tax-deductible gift. Checks should be made payable to SCI San Francisco Bay Area Veteran s Fund. You may also use your credit card. Please accept my contribution to SCI San Francisco Bay Area Veteran s Fund to support the Veteran s Hunting program. Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone Number: ( ) Amount of Contribution: $ Check enclosed Charge to: VISA Master Card Card Number: Expiration date: CCV Name as it appears on credit card: Signature: Please print and mail this completed donation form with your check or credit card information to: SCI San Francisco Bay Area Veteran s Fund, 423 Broadway #624, Millbrae, CA You may fax this form with your credit card information to: (650)

16 ANNUAL BOB BERGSTROM MEMORIAL BBQ & SHOOT 7th Annual Bob Bergstrom Memorial BBQ & Shoot BBQ AND SHOOT Featuring moose burgers grilled to perfection along with other tasty bites! DATE: Sunday, August 24, 2014 WHERE: Coyote Valley Sporting 1000 San Bruno Ave. Morgan Hill TIME: Shooting 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM BBQ Served 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM 16

17 ARTICLE WEST ANNUAL AFRICA BOB TITLE BERGSTROM HUNTING BY NAME WITH MEMORIAL SAFARIS BBQ CHELET & SHOOT BY BOB KEAGY RSVP TO: San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Safari Club International 423 Broadway, #624 Millbrae, CA FAX: Yes, I plan to attend! # members ($15): # non-members ($20): # under 12 (free): Attendees: Name: Name: Name: Name: Name: Name: Donations are accepted and greatly appreciated! $ Total enclosed: $ Make checks payable to: SCI San Francisco Bay Area Chapter MasterCard Visa Cardholder Name: Signature Card Number: Billing Zip Code: Expiration Date: CVV (card id): Directions going South: From Highways 101 S or 85 S, take a right at the Bailey Rd Exit. Drive west on Bailey and turn left at Santa Teresa. Proceed on Santa Teresa (becomes Hale Ave.) for 2.5 miles and make a right on San Bruno. Directions going North: Take Highway 101 N and exit left at Cochrane Road. Turn right on Monterey Rd, left at Live Oak, right on Hale, and left on San Bruno. Coyote Valley Sporting Clays 1000 San Bruno Ave, Morgan Hill

18 ARTICLE WEST IMPORTANT AFRICA TITLE WEATHERBY HUNTING NAME WITH SAFETY SAFARIS NOTICES CHELET BY BOB KEAGY Weatherby, Inc. of Paso Robles, California recently issued a number of safety notices involving upgrades or recalls. Please be sure to check your Weatherby firearms to make sure you and those you hunt with are safe. WARNING: SEE THE ORIGINAL SAFETY NOTICES ONLINE AT VANGUARDSAFETY TO CONFIRM ALL SERIAL NUMBERS LISTED BELOW AND TO REPORT YOUR AFFECTED FIREARM. WEATHERBY SA-08 SEMI-AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN SAFETY UPGRADE This is a safety upgrade on a limited number of Weatherby SA-08 model semi-automatic shotguns manufactured and sold by Weatherby, Inc., between June 1, 2010 and February 28, The affected shotguns bear serial numbers on the receiver within the following series: AD AD13793 (inclusive). The safety upgrade will replace the trigger/firing assembly of the affected shotgun, and prevent a potential accidental discharge, which could occur if certain parts were to become loose. Accidental discharge of any firearm can result in severe injury or property damage if the muzzle of the firearm is pointed in an unsafe direction at the time of accidental discharge. NO OTHER WEATHERBY SHOTGUNS ARE AFFECTED BY THIS SAFETY NOTICE. CHECK YOUR SERIAL NUMBER. VANGUARD BY WEATHERBY RIFLE SAFETY UPGRADE This is a safety upgrade on all Vanguard by Weatherby brand rifles manufactured between the years 1970 to The affected rifles bear serial numbers from one of the following series on the receiver: through 03810; V00001 through V80966; VX00001 through VX44065; VS00001 through VS23699; VL00001 through VL46984; W0001 through W0099; NV0001 through NV0099. The safety upgrade will replace the bolt sleeve to prevent misassembly of the bolt, which might occur on the affected rifles. Such misassemble might result into a hazardous condition in which the rifle can be accidentally discharged without the bolt being fully engaged, causing severe injury. 18

19 WEST HUNT AFRICA IN SPAIN HUNTING WITH LISA WITH & TOM SAFARIS MATTUSCH CHELET BY BY TOM BOB MATTUSCH KEAGY This story starts like a lot of my other hunting stories. I joined Safari Club International and the local San Francisco Bay Area Chapter. We all know about fundraisers the various nonprofits put on. I have been utilizing that medium to vary my hunting experiences and stretch my hunting dollars. That s a long way to say I bought a hunt to Spain at the Greater Bay Area Fundraiser last year with Salvador Chias, just got around to taking the hunt three weeks ago with my wife Lisa. We started out just below the border of France, tried a boar hunt with dogs, their method. We were put on a spot and told to stay there; the dogs would run the boars by us. No boars were harmed in the telling of this part of the story! We heard the dogs, but nothing approached us close enough for us to see, granted it was heavy brush and a different way of hunting. Then we ate and drank our way through the Cataluña area. Wow, the Catalonians like to use the letter X in a lot of their words! We travelled 3 hours south of Barcelona, stayed in a 700 year old village called Bel. At one point, Bel was a village of 400 people with only a spring. Now it has a population of 4. A father and daughter run the Taverna. There is a German who is restoring some of the crumbling units and the guide, who also tends the sheep and cows. Very authentic housing, rock walls were about a foot plus thick and huge Dutch type doors. When asked why the doors were like that, we learned that when the village was built 700+ years ago, the animals lived in the house downstairs, the people lived upstairs. We hunted on top of mountains bordering the Mediterranean Sea about 3,300 elevation. We saw a number of beceite ibex and feral goats. I was using a Mauser Model 66 in.243 with a set trigger. Salvador is fairly weak with his English, and I was quite weak with my Spanish, but the Spanish spoken in the area is Catalonian dialect. That made things even more interesting. Although my mind told me the set trigger would be no big deal, my body dictated otherwise. The first beceite ibex we decided to shoot was a hunters dream. Not a far shot and close to the road, the ibex had no idea we were in the area. I leveled the rifle, my brain said put your finger ever so gently on the trigger and BAM! Racked in another shell telling myself to really be careful this time. Swing into position, animal mostly in scope, I was getting ready to rest my finger ever so lightly on the trigger and BAM! Now the animal is starting to stand and there is not one but 4 animals! They looked up the hill at us all standing there, I racked in another shell, knowing I could barely touch the trigger or that cursed hair trigger was going to go off. BAM! Failure number three with 4 animals now moving healthily away from me. Jacked in the last shell, rested, waited for the animal to show, it turned sideways to me at double the distance, I was getting carefully into position and BAM! The four Ibex were now in high gear saying something is not right about that resting place. The guide with me spoke absolutely zero English, there was discussion between him and Salvador. I kept trying to tell them it was my fault and I knew what I was doing wrong, but this was one of those removable scopes, so we left to get out of the area to try a target shot. A liter water bottle was set out at 175 yards back at Bel, I kept my finger 19

20 WEST HUNT AFRICA IN SPAIN HUNTING WITH LISA WITH & TOM SAFARIS MATTUSCH CHELET BY BY TOM BOB MATTUSCH KEAGY away from the trigger guard until I was fully in position, rested, breathing exercised properly, cross hairs dead on and blew the water bottle to pieces. Another evening in the tavern at Bel, wine from the porro, coffee, no English, however still incredible to be so far away in such a unique setting. It was always a sight to see the pork leg hanging on the wall with a little cup to catch fluid dripping. The wind started to blow, the temp was dropping. My Pro Trek watch indicated a 100 point drop in barometric pressure. We woke up to kt winds buffeting the village and vehicle. Breakfast was not all that joyous after missing a gimme shot the day before under lovely conditions. The barometer was still dropping. Animals were scarce. The guide saw an animal I never did see, but it was great to put in a nice strenuous hike over tough ground and rocks. In a different area, the guide got excited and he and Salvador were having a heated discussion that involved the word mille which I did recognize. Salvador was hesitant, the guide started up a hillside, I struggled to keep up. As I put a stalk up a hillside, I couldn t believe the thorns and stickers I had to bust through. I finally saw the animal he had spotted across a valley. Cautiously, I relaxed, set up, aimed, controlled my errant finger and touched off the shot. I really couldn t tell from that distance if the animal ran away or not. I reloaded and scanned the thick brush for something running and stayed on the point while the guide crossed the valley to go look. He found it, perfect shot. Salvador must have had a different angle or heard more than we heard, as he said to Lisa, Kaput! An hour or two after the successful hunt, (I have mentioned The one that got away ) it started snowing! Remember the part about the old buildings we were staying in? Pretty drafty. Lisa & I used seven thick wool blankets to stay warm at night. Lisa and I think the discussion was because the animal was a very nice one and the mille was part of the 1,500 euro government surcharge 20

21 ARTICLE WEST HUNT AFRICA IN TITLE SPAIN HUNTING WITH BY NAME LISA WITH & TOM SAFARIS MATTUSCH CHELET BY BY TOM BOB MATTUSCH KEAGY for a Gold Medal scoring animal, not mentioned in the donation! The VAT was mentioned in the donation and that did sting, based on the $9995 valuation at 21%, plus 21% of the value of the trophy fees, plus 21% of the upgrade fees. $10,622 in fees. After the hunt, we traveled down to Peniscola, on the Mediterranean Sea, a commercial fishing port and also the castle where El Cid was filmed with Sophia Loren and Charlton Heston in By the way, that town is pronounced similar to Chez Panisse in Berkeley - Pa-nees`-cu-la) From start to finish, Salvador took us to many small and unique spots to eat with locals and see the real side of Spain. Lisa and I wound up our Spain trip in Barcelona for a few days enjoying the food, wine, shopping for Lisa and seeing politics (riot police readying for demonstrations) in action. The tour included La Boqueria, the Olympic Stadium, the passenger and commercial freight harbor. All in all, a great trip, caveat the fees. JOIN SF BAY AREA CHAPTER and win a new firearm from Imbert and Smithers. Drawing will be held at the Wild Game Dinner, May 31,

22 WEST SABLES AFRICA MEMBERSHIP HUNTING APPLICATION WITH SAFARIS (NEW CHELET OR RENEWING BY BOB KEAGY MEMBERS) Since 1984 Continuing Our Outdoor Heritage SCIF San Francisco Bay Area Sables Membership Application Sables Mission To further the understanding of our outdoor heritage, including the positive role of hunting, through the creation and support of wildlife conservation education programs that are consistent with the educational mission and purposes of SCI and SCIF. Sables Member Values Sables are leaders in educating others about the value of hunting and in promoting our hunting and outdoor heritage. Sables Goal To increase public participation in hunting and outdoor recreation activities. Join online at Join Sables Yes, I want to support the conservation and education goals of SCIF Education Advocate - Dues $50 annually Yes, I want to take advantage of the special 3 year membership offer Dues 3 years for $75 Yes, I want to be a Life Member of SCIF Sables and show long term support for SCIF conservation and education goals with a $500 single payment ($250 for SCI Life Member) Other Education Donation $ Name Address City State/Prov ZIP Home Phone Work Phone Chapter Affiliation San Francisco Bay Area Referred by: Hunter Non-Hunter Bill my credit card: p MC p Visa p AMEX p Diners p Discover Account No. Expiration Date Name on Card (print) Signature Check enclosed Make Checks Payable to Safari Club International Foundation Please mail to check and membership form to: SCIF San Francisco Bay Area Sables 423 Broadway #624 Millbrae, Ca Fax to:

23 WEST MEMBERSHIP AFRICA HUNTING APPLICATION WITH (NEW SAFARIS OR RENEWING CHELET BY MEMBERS) BOB KEAGY 2009 Chapter of the Year (Please Type or Print Clearly) Name: SCI Member # Address: City: State: Zip: Primary Phone: Alternate Phone: Fax: Firm name: Firm address: *Preferred communication: Phone Fax Would you be interested in serving as an officer or on a committee in this chapter? Yes ( ) No ( ) If yes, in what area would you like to be involved? Applicant Signature: Date: Sponsor: (required) San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Dues Only Safari Club International Dues Only San Francisco Bay Area Chapter and Safari Club International Dues One Year $20 $65 $85 Three Year $50 $150 $200 Life $300 $1,500 $1,800 * You must be a life member of SCI to join the chapter as a life member, you must be a three-year SCI member to join the chapter three-year program. You may join the chapter at any level that is consistent with your National membership. Special memberships are available for senior and international members. Please contact us for more information! ****************************************JOIN OR REWEW ONLINE ********************************************** Pay by Paypal online at ********************************************* PAY BY CHECK ****************************************************** Please return this form together with your check to: Safari Club International SF Bay Chapter 423 Broadway, #624 Millbrae, Ca ****************************************** PAY BY CREDIT CARD ************************************************* Fax to: San Francisco Bay Area Chapter SCI at (650) ( ) MasterCard ( ) Visa Amount: $.00 Card Number: Expiration: / / CCid Name on card: Phone: 23

24 MISSION STATEMENT FOR SAN FRANCISCO SAFARI CLUB INTERNATIONAL To promote good fellowship among those who love the outdoors and the sport of hunting, shooting and fishing. To promote conservation of the wildlife of the world as a renewable resource in which hunting is one management tool among many. To help conservation efforts by supporting worthwhile projects, both verbally and financially, when possible. To educate our youth in the safe and proper use of firearms and to interest and teach them in conservation and preservation of the forests and animals, which are our national heritage. To share the latest hunting experiences and information of our members so that other members may profit from same. To operate the association as a non-profitable organization, originated for the enjoyment of the members, and with the thought in mind that perhaps we can be of assistance in helping to conserve and preserve the animals which we love to hunt today for those who will come to love the sport tomorrow. San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of SCI 423 Broadway #624 Millbrae, Ca Tel and Fax: (650)