HAWKE Annual Events

2019 Spring Open House – May 26th



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: HAWKE Wildlife presents their 2019 Spring Open House will be held on Sunday MAY 26th from 1:00 – and ends 4:00 p.m. at the Elkton, FL wildlife sanctuary. The event is open to individuals for only $25 donation or families $35 donation with all tax-deductible proceeds going directly to wildlife care. HAWKE also welcomes people who are already members, donors, volunteers, invited guests, interested media representatives, and those who have provided, publicity, supplies or other much-needed support and services to attend. Email for directions to the sanctuary.

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2019 Dine On The Wild Side



SATURDAY MAY 11 2019 Celebrating 25th annual “DINE ON THE WILDSIDE” at the St Augustine Alligator Farm and Zoological Park.

HAWKE Inc (Humane Association of Wildlife Care & Education), hawkewildlife.org a 501 c (3) non-profit rehabilitation and educational organization announces its 25th Annual “Dine on the Wild Side” Fundraiser Benefit to be held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 5 to 9 PM The ticketed event will be held and sponsored by the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park. The public is invited to this event, your ticket includes a wild Saturday of fun exclusive evening at a major attraction  and a complete dinner this is a great deal.  Bring your mom for a Mothers day gift its something the entire family will enjoy.  There are no state or federal funds for wildlife rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife. HAWKE Inc., a professional 501 3 not for profit private facility started in 1987, cares for owls and hawks and other birds, but has special facilities for difficult and endangered species with trained professionals to care for them around the clock. Extreme species such as eagles, falcons, bobcats, and river otters and more need 24-hour care and very few facilities are set up for them . HAWKE’s  goal is to release animals back to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.They also have trained birds of prey  and give wildlife environmental programs for schools, groups even private celebrations . website hawkewildlife.org  Donations and fundraisers are the main support for HAWKE. Melanie Stage, president of HAWKE, reminds the public that the Alligator Farm is much more than a recognized zoo, its natural wild bird breeding sanctuary. There are also many varied educational exhibits with the wildlife. You and your family will enjoy exclusive use of the entire park from 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. The event includes a guided boardwalk tour of the bird rookery where thousands of nesting, wading birds, herons, egrets, endangered wood storks and roseate spoonbills can be viewed and with their young. You can get close up photographs of many  rare creatures and birds.  See the new exhibit “Oasis of the Nile. You can sit down and eat while enjoying the live music.

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21st Raintree for the Birds at Raintree



HAWKE Inc (Humane Association of Wildlife Care & Education), hawkewildlife.org a 501 c (3) non-profit rehabilitation and educational organization announces its 24th Annual “Dine on the Wild Side” Fundraiser Benefit to be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018. The ticketed event will be held and sponsored by the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park. The public is invited to this event, a wild Saturday of fun and delicious food. Bring your mom for Mothers day gift. There are no state or federal funds for wildlife rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife. HAWKE Inc., a professional facility since 1987, cares for owls and hawks, but has special facilities for difficult and endangered species with trained professionals to care for them around the clock. Extreme species such as eagles, falcons, bobcats, and river otters need 24-hour care. Their goal is to release animals back to the wild, giving them a second chance at life. Donations and fundraisers are the main support for HAWKE. Melanie Stage, president of HAWKE, reminds the public that the Alligator Farm is much more than a recognized zoo, its natural wild bird breeding sanctuary. There are also many varied educational exhibits with the wildlife. You and your family will enjoy exclusive use of the entire park from 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. The event includes a guided boardwalk tour of the bird rookery where thousands of nesting, wading birds, herons, egrets, endangered wood storks and roseate spoonbills can be viewed and photographed with their young. See the new exhibit “Oasis of the Nile. You can sit down and eat while enjoying the music of the talented Jamie DeFrates. jamiedefratesmusic.com. Wonderful food including vegetarian dishes donated by the following top restaurants: Ned’s Southside Kitchen nedssouthside.com Gypsy Cab gypsycab.com salads from The Black Molly Grill theblackmollygrill.com Beer and wine may be purchased from the snack bar. Please share this event on your Facebook and with friends!

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