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International Wildlife Museum

4800 West Gates Pass Road
Tucson, Arizona

Phone: (520) 617-1439 -

Statement of Purpose:

The International Wildlife Museum is a non-profit educational program of Safari Club International Foundation. SCIF funds and manages worldwide programs dedicated to wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian services.

Founded in 1988, the museum is dedicated to increasing knowledge and appreciation of the diverse wildlife of the world, as well as explaining the role of wildlife management in conservation.

The natural history museum features over 400 species of mammals, birds and insects from around the globe. These specimens were donated by government agencies, wildlife rehabilitation centers, captive breeding farms, zoos and hunters. Some collections are over 100 years old.


Tucson's Interactive Natural History Museum.
32 foot goat and sheep mountain, which shows altitude life-zones for each species of sheep and goat.
Over 9 interactive computer stations with games, information and quizzes.
"Hands-on" Exhibits with please touch areas.
Insect Exhibit.
Bringing Back exhibit showing conservation success stories.
Gift shop and cafe


100 year old Burnham-Eagle McComber collection.
Brooklyn Zoological Society National Heads and Horns Collection.


300+ wildlife exhibits. Educational computers. Gift shop.



On Speedway,5 miles west of I-10.

Key Personnel:

Richard White -  Museum Director   520-629-0100

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