Wishes for Wildlife – October 21, 2023
This year marks the 30th anniversary of our signature fundraiser, Wishes for Wildlife, to be held as a unique virtual-live event on October 21st. It is our biggest fundraising event. But it costs nothing to participate in the online program and to view the online silent auction. You will only need to register your contact and payment info, if you chose to bid on an item!
Take your participation up a notch!
In addition to the online video program, and virtual auction, you also have the option to host a party with your family, friends or neighbors. And we’ll bring the educational program to you! You can make your party as elaborate or simple as you’d like.
There are many ways to be involved:
- Become a Sponsor
- Host a Private Party
- Get your tickets now to participate in the silent auction
- Donate an item to the online silent auction
And thank you in advance, on behalf of the staff and volunteers at Liberty Wildlife, the thousands of school children and community members who visit and take part in our education programs throughout the year, and the over 100,000 animals we’ve assisted since 1981!
This will surely be a silent auction and event to remember!
Stay tuned for more information on the auction as we get closer to the event!
Condors & Cocktails – November 4th, 2023 4 PM – 7 PM
Tickets are just $55
The Best Party of the year for Wildlife!
Guests return to Liberty Wildlife campus for this celebration of the efforts to save the California condors. Join us for specialty cocktails, three food trucks, live music, and of course wildlife… including a special peak at our resident (non-releasable) condors, Marble and Millie.
Don’t miss out!
Native American Culture and Wildlife Celebration – November 19th, 2023 10 AM – 4 PM
Throughout history, Native Americans have maintained a special connection with the animals in their natural world, one that has shaped and sustained their culture. Come honor and celebrate this connection.
- Become a Sponsor
- Tickets just $10 at the door!
Native American Performances; Dancers and Singers
Native American Artists will be displaying and selling their Art
Native American Exhibits, Demonstrations, and Storytelling
Eagles, Hawks, Owls, Falcons, and other birds will be on exhibit
Raptor flight shows
Wildlife Education programs
Native American foods and non-alcoholic beverages
Native American performers that would like to participate or Artists that would like to display and sell their art, email- email@example.com or call or text 520-240-7406 for information.
For more information on Liberty Wildlife and the Feather Repository go to www.libertywildlife.org.