FUN AND SEASONAL EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Southwest Wildlife offers Special Events at the sanctuary throughout the year. Special Events include select holiday gatherings, enrichment parties for the animals, and guest speakers.
These Special Events are by appointment only, so you must be booked in advance and space is limited.
To register for a Special Event, click the image of the event that interests you below!
Event fees vary, depending on the event.
Our next VIRTUAL speaker series is March 18. AZ Game and Fish biologist Jeff Meyers will discuss Javelina!
Every third Sunday, this open-house style event geared toward families with children under the age of 5 is a great alternative for our Walk with Wildlife tours. Bring the whole squad!
See what the nocturnal/diurnal mammals at SWCC get up to as the sun sets. If you're lucky, you'll catch a glimpse of the bats and the night hawks as they fly over the tour route!
Looking for fun, safe, outdoor events for your family to give back and celebrate the seasons? Join in for one or more of the Wild Enrichment Parties at Southwest Wildlife monthly on Saturdays at 10:00 AM. Space is extremely limited. Book today!
Once monthly on the Full Moon
See what our native wildlife is up to in the mysterious hours of night. If you're lucky, you might even hear a serenade from the Mexican gray wolves or the tiny howl of the grasshopper mouse.
Get in touch with your inner wild as you practice yoga near Mexican gray wolves, a great horned owl, a Harris hawk, and more. Experienced Yoga Teacher and Certified Yoga Therapist Brandi Bernard will lead a 60-minute yoga session, then you can indulge in some light refreshments as you journey on a mini-tour through the wildlife sanctuary.
If you need additional information please contact our Robin Wilson, Events and Volunteer Coordinator at (602) 677-1076 or email email@example.com.
Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We receive no state or federal funding. Tour fees go to the care and feeding of the animals at our center.