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February 15, 2022 to March 8, 2022
Seacrest Wolf Preserve's Bonfire Campaign
A little extra on Dreamer....
Dreamer is a four year old North American Gray Wolf born and raised here at Seacrest. Dreamer is a pretty big boy and still growing! We often refer to Dreamer as part of the Seacrest welcoming committee along with his sister Iasha. Dreamer truly enjoys meeting guest and teaching people about his species. His favorite this is when a guest gives him a good armpit scratch- he has even been known to lift his front leg to let people know what he wants. Dreamer is a pretty silly wolf- he even likes to chase butterflies! Lindsey always says she's pretty sure he lives to circus music- and that a what makes him so clown like! Most guest seem to leave saying Dreamer was their absolute favorite wolf because of this care free nature.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve is once again running a super fun and meaningful Bonfire shirt campaign to raise funds and awareness for wolf conservation. The campaign rolled out on today and will be running until March.
This shirt features everyone's favorite goofball Dreamer! Dreamer has closed his eyes hoping to open them to a better world for humans and wolves alike. So do you also daydream for happier and healthier days? If so imagine a better world with Dreamer and open your eyes and help make it happen!
Follow this link to order yours!
PAST SPECIAL EVENTS:
Make this Valentine's Day Wildly Romantic by Sending a Valentine to the Seacrest Wolves!!
Looking for a unique and wildly romantic gift way for that special person? Send the Seacrest Wolves a Valentine (in honor of a loved one or for yourself) and they will send one back! Be sure to include the recipients full name and address in the PayPal notes, so the wolves are able to send a Valentine! For purchase of Valentine's Day Sale items, e-mail: email@example.com.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve hosted its first ever Online Silent Auction in October 2019. We are so thrilled and grateful to announce that it was a successful fundraiser!! We raised just under $4,000!! Thank you so much to everyone who placed bids during the auction. Seacrest and it's wolves are also howling with gratitude for all our phenomenal donors. This auction would not have been possible without their generous contributions and support of the Seacrest Wolves.
The Cumberland Diamond Exchange
Taylor Ann - Wildlife Artist
Diana Salzmann - Portrait Artists
Elie Wolf - Wildlife and Conservation Photography
Tim and Lisa O’Hara
Dianne Richerson - Frog Pond Pottery and Gifts
Dorina Vogt - Younique
Andrew “Sacks” Earl
John McFaul - John McFaul Fine Art
Diane Versteeg - Red Lynx Art
Kyria Smith - Wolf + Bear
Rick Lamplugh - Author
Laura Mincey - LE Artisan Studio
August 16, 2019 to August 17, 2019
Seacrest Wolf Preserve's Full Moon Festival
On August 16th, SWP hosted an exclusive, fundraising event to celebrate its 20 year anniversary. Only 100 tickets were available, and we at Seacrest felt overwhelmed with feelings of love and support when tickets sold out within a couple of weeks. This inspired the Seacrest pack to work our hardest, making sure the event was phenomenal for our guests. Dr. Alex and Holli planned and prepared for weeks leading up to the event. The excitement and love expressed by guests as they started checking in laid the foundation for one of the best events held at Seacrest.
"It was heartwarming to see friends and prior guests, as well as all the new faces pour in through our gates" recalls Dr. Alex. "One of my favorite moments was observing our wolves, who very much know the usual routines and schedule, wait in anticipation and wonder what was going on. They knew something special was happening and as dusk grew nearer, you could see the excitement grow in their eyes and body language. It definitely made me smile."
The event officially began with our Small Animal Adventure, which was immediately followed by a Wolf Tour as the sun set. Although it was still slightly hotter than desired, the wolves were so loving and interactive, and the guests were engaged and full of fantastic questions. The energy of the group was so positive and full of love; you could see it on everyone's faces. And the wolves responded in kind. It truly was one of our best wolf tours this year.
The sense of community and friendship amongst the Festival's guests was infectious. Although we experienced technical difficulties, we only experienced love, support and understanding from all our guests. We first watched "The Rise of Black Wolf", a documentary about a Yellowstone wolf who led an unorthodox lifestyle. This was followed by a group howl under the full moon, and the entire preserve enthusiastically joined in! The night ended with the movie "Druid Peak", which is an amazing film if you have yet to see it.
Additionally, Festival guests participated in a collaborative art project, which was presented to Seacrest co-founder, Cynthia Watkins, as a 20th anniversary card. The final product was so beautiful and full of love. She was brought to tears upon receiving it. We at SWP feel the deepest gratitude and love for everyone who came out to celebrate 20 years of preservation through education and support Seacrest and it's wolves. SWP cannot express enough appreciation for how special our supporters and friends made this event!