On December 16, 2017, Cameron Blair, a Boy Scout from Troop 774 in Vail, AZ along with thirteen other troop members and nine adults created an outdoor trail on the west side of the International Wildlife Museum. The trail is approximately 100 yards long and will be used by the education staff to continue Continue reading Outdoor Trail Created By Boy Scout Troop 774 At SCIF’s International Wildlife Museum
SCI World Headquarters in Tucson recently hosted a meeting of the Arizona Game and Fish Commission in the theater of the International Wildlife Museum. Separately, the IWM is working with the Arizona Department of Game and Fish to enhance that agency’s presence via a wildlife exhibit that includes education information about wildlife management, including a partnership with SCI Foundation involving the reintroduction of bighorn sheep in the Catalina Mountains area of Tucson.
The Chapter was the biggest sponsor of the gala event where hundreds of visitors toured the facility.
“Our chapter recognizes the need for wildlife education in today’s society,” said Danell Munyan of the Phoenix Chapter. “We appreciate the efforts that SCI National has taken to ensure a well-rounded experience while visiting the museum. We are honored to be a part of the renovations that have and are going to be taking place.
The museum has become a staple for youth, as I myself remember taking a school field trip there when I was younger. Our chapter appreciates the opportunity to help sponsor SCIF and the 25th anniversary of the International Wildlife Museum.”