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DECEMBER 23, 2015

Looking for a unique gift for a loved one this holiday season? Why not get them a gift that will also give back to native Arizona wildlife?

Give the gift of education Know someone who is interested in native Southwest plants?
Give a unique gift by registering a loved one for our Medicinal Flora of the Southwest Wild Workshop. Participants will learn about the ethnobotany of our native flora as well as make a healing ointment! Space is limited, so register soon.

If photography is more likely their interest, how about registering them for our Wildlife Photography Workshop? This includes special access to great photo opportunities of our animals at Southwest Wildlife.

Donate in Memory Of or In Honor Of a Loved One.
The greatest tribute you can pay to someone you have loved and lost, or to someone you admire is to make a gift in their name that will help save an animal's life. Your gift in memory of or in honor of someone will help protect wildlife now and in the future.

Adopt An Animal For The Holidays!
Adopting one of our resident animals makes a great gift for the holiday season. By adopting a sanctuary animal you are helping Southwest Wildlife provide the proper food and care necessary for that animal and others like them to live out the rest of their lives with us. An adoption package makes a wonderful gift for the animal lover in your life, or become an Adoptive Parent yourself and show your love for wildlife.

Hearts & Howls Tickets For A Loving Couple
Give the gift of a rustic romantic experience by giving that couple in your life tickets to our Hearts & Howls event. This event includes a guided tour of Southwest Wildlife as well as a bag of goodies and gourmet desserts for each couple.

Sign Up For A Tour
As Southwest Wildlife is only open a few days a year, a tour is a unique and memorable way to enjoy your holiday season. Sign your family up to come out and see some of Arizona's native wildlife up close and personal. Some of the animals you might see include mountain lions, Mexican gray wolves, black bears, bobcats, just to name a few.

This time of year, tours fill up quickly, so click here to register early to reserve your spot! Wildlife clinic/emergencies: (480) 471-9109 | Wildlife education/tours: 480-471-3621 Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center | PMB 115 8711 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd. | Scottsdale, AZ 85255 | 480-471-9109.