Our Mission

San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of Safari Club International is a 501 c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of wildlife, public education about hunting and wildlife, and the protection of hunter rights. Join us and help ensure that our right and freedom to hunt will be ensured for us and future generations of hunters.

Wild Game Dinner

Join us June 2nd for our annual Wild Game dinner and auction. Register today!

Online Auction

Our upcoming auction is a way for individuals to help support our various programs, while finding great opportunities for new adventures and gear.

News & Events

Donate to our Sportsmen Against Hunger Food Drives – anytime! We always need donations to support the Samaritan House in San Mateo and the San Jose Salvation Army.


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Our Goals!

  • To promote fellowship among those who love the outdoors and the sport of hunting, shooting and fishing.

  • To promote conservation of all wildlife as a renewable resource in which hunting is one management tool among many.

  • To help conservation efforts by supporting worthwhile projects, both verbally and financially, when possible.

  • To educate our youth in safe and proper use of firearms and to teach them about conservation and preservation of the forests and animals, which are our national heritage.

  • To share the latest hunting experiences and information of our members so that other members may benefit from them.

  • To operate the association as a non-profitable organization, originated for the enjoyment of members.

Wildlife Facts. Did you know?


Lions sleep for 15-20 hours a day! They are nocturnal animals and need plenty of rest to help them hunt and get through their days.

Baby Elephants

Baby elephants suck their trunks. Just like a newborn human sucks their thumb for comfort, baby elephants suck their trunks.


A Giraffe has a blue tongue. Aside from all of their other unusual features, they are equipped with blue tongues too.


An ostrich can run more than 40 miles in one hour! They have elasticity in their joints which allows them to run at such high speeds.