The Arizona Chapter of Safari Club International (AZSCI) has been promoting wildlife conservation and protecting hunters' rights for 42 years. We are Southern Arizona’s leading organization in hunter education courses, junior hunting camps and various conservation projects around Arizona. AZSCI has funded and provided volunteers for eight water catchments in region 5 of the state as well as several annual desert clean ups.
With a board of 14 hunters and a newly created CEO position. Our chapter has been able to maintain an extensive partnership with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, furthering our abilities to promote hunter education and safety. Chapter headquarters are located in Tucson, AZ, which is home to the World Headquarters for Safari Club International and the International Wildlife Museum.
The chapter’s current membership is at 205 members and steadily growing, click here to join our chapter. The chapter produces an annual banquet for our members, prospective members and sponsors at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort located in the foothills of Tucson.The Arizona Chapter of the Safari Club International is a non-profit organization and relies on members, donations and sponsors. If you’re interested in joining or finding out more information please contact us
About the President
Mark is a native of Tucson who has made it his life long home raising his family along with owning and operating Basket Butler, a specialized gift basket business.
Mark says he loves SCI because of its commitment to animal conservation but especially the Arizona Chapter for its committed values and desires to continually mentor our young hunters as well as the local conservation efforts it continues to take on.
As your chapter president he promises to be an avid fighter for your rights to bear arms and your rights as a hunter because he believes you can not have one without the other.
He wishes to thank all our members for their continued support and is focusing on growing the membership of the Arizona Chapter because of our members we are able to continue with our conservation projects and camps that makes us a model for other chapters and organizations.