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Attendees of the 2015 SCI Hunters’ Convention will have the opportunity to stop by booth #3155 and watch international award-winning wildlife artist and 2011 SCIF Conservation Artist of the Year Joshua Spies at work painting his latest masterpiece. Spies paints through real life experiences and travels the globe hunting and photographing wildlife.


Spies is a dedicated conservationist and through his artwork has helped raise millions of dollars worldwide for this effort. He is a life member of the Grand Slam Club, Foundation for Wild Sheep, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Pheasants Forever, Safari Club International, Ducks Unlimited, Dallas Safari Club and ISHA. He is also a member of Whitetails Unlimited, Mule Deer Foundation, Delta Waterfowl and the National Rifle Association.


“I look forward to the SCI Hunters’ Convention every year,” said Spies. “It’s great to see old friends and meet new people when they stop by and visit our booth.”


Spies is a past winner of the Federal Duck Stamp competition, and Wildlife Art Magazine named him one of the top 16 wildlife artists. He currently lives and paints in Watertown, South Dakota with his wife and their two sons.


To attend the 2015 SCI Hunters’ Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, register here:


SCI first for huntersAbout the SCI Hunters’ Convention:

Safari Club expects upwards of 24,000 international hunters to visit

Las Vegas, Nevada, February 4-7, 2015. The SCI Hunters’ Convention represents

the largest and most successful event to raise money for advocacy to protect hunters’ rights. The 2015 Hunters’ Convention will be the largest in the organization’s history with nearly a million square feet of exhibits and 2,500 vendors.

Register here:


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Becoming an SCI Member:

Joining Safari Club International is the best way to be an advocate for continuing our hunting heritage and supporting worldwide sustainable use conservation, wildlife education and humanitarian services.



Safari Club International – First For Hunters is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. SCI has approximately 200 Chapters worldwide and its members represent all 50 of the United States as well as 106 other countries. SCI’s proactive leadership in a host of cooperative wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian programs, with the SCI Foundation and other conservation groups, research institutions and government agencies, empowers sportsmen to be contributing community members and participants in sound wildlife management and conservation. Visit the home page

or call 520-620-1220 for more information.

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