North Florida Safari Club – Protecting hunters rights and promoting wildlife conservation

The purpose of the Wildlife Museum is to educate, not only the public but school age children in Conservation and Habitat and Preservation of Wildlife. This will instill Conservation in the youth today for the future of the world tomorrow.

With the Museum, they hope to reach 5,000 to 10,000 students annually with school field trips. They see the Museum as a partner with the Florida Wildlife Commission to offer many varied aspects of outdoors activities, conservation education and wildlife studies. The Museum will also be open at other times for the general public. We hope to be open to the public in 2017.