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Lots of Wolf Happenings in October


October 5 - 7
“Wings and Furry Things” Film Festival and Benefit Dinner
White Mountain Audubon Society
Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ
Additional information - (928) 358-3069

White Mountain Audubon Society invites you to enjoy the first annual “Wings and Furry Things” Film Festival and Benefit Dinner. Film presentations feature local artists and other photographers and wildlife enthusiasts.

See our calendar for schedule of the films and activities.

October 6, noon & 2:00pm
Bringing Back the Mexican Gray Wolf
Michael Robinson, the Center for Biological Diversity
Western National Parks Association Store – Tucson, AZ

Michael Robinson, a conservation advocate for the Center for Biological Diversity, discusses the importance of the Mexican Gray wolf to the Southern Arizona ecosystem

Click here for more information

October 13 – 14, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Mexican Wolf Awareness Weekend
El Paso Zoo
4001 E. Paisano- El Paso, TX

The El Paso Zoo will celebrate Ivy and Ash, the Zoo's Mexican wolves, to help people understand the important roles these predators play in maintaining a healthy ecosystem.
Click here for a schedule of events.

October 21
Lions, Wolves, and Bears!
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center
27026 N 156th St, Scottsdale, AZ
Tel: 480-471-9109
Fax: 480-471-0956
Email: swcc@southwestwildlife.org

Learn about the status and policies affecting these animals in Arizona. Join the Animal Defense League of Arizona, Animal Advocates of Arizona, the Grand Canyon Chapter of the Sierra Club, and Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) for this exciting free event at SWCC in Scottsdale.

Event will include an optional free tour of SWCC - Lions, Bears, Wolves and More!
Click here to register for event and get address, map, and directions.


October 22 & 23 - 7 pm
Wild Harmonies - Hélène Grimaud Concert
Lensic Performing Arts Center - Santa Fe, NM
Presented by Wolf Conservation Center & New Mexico Wilderness Alliance

Wild Harmonies is a solo concert performance by pianist and wolf advocate Hélène Grimaud. The performance will benefit the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance and the Wolf Conservation Center, and will take place October 23, 2012, at the Lensic Performing Arts Center in Santa Fe.

Tickets and Info
http://www.lensic.org/event_calendar/detail/1520 or 505-988-1234

VIP packages are available which include special invitations such as a private reception with Helen Grimaud, a luncheon presentation and book signing by Guggenheim award-winning photographer Michael Berman, or a post concert dinner with Hélène Grimaud and more.  To view and purchase VIP packages, click here.


Be sure to bookmark our calendar.

If you have or know of a wolf event, please contact us at info@mexicanwolves.org.

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Photo credit:  Bonnie Leer