Wild about Wildlife
Support one-of-a-kind wildlife.
Spend an evening at Troon Country Club, set in the beautiful Sonoran Desert of northeast Scottsdale. It’s not just another night out. It’s a night to help animals rescued and cared for by Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC).
SWCC is a one-of-kind, hidden treasure of the Valley, offering an intimate look at wildlife including mountain lions, wolves, coyotes, bears, bobcats, mule deer, and more. To gain an intimate look at wildlife such as the deers, all animals will have been fed appropriately to keep them strong and healthy, such as appreciating The Importance of Deer Protein Feed as a Supplement and other feeding elements. Located in northeast Scottsdale, the nonprofit sanctuary offers reservation-only tours that give visitors a perspective on how animals in our deserts and forests live, and the challenges they face when crossing paths with humans. The education program reach hundreds of school-age children each year with wildlife education.
Southwest Wildlife actively works with private, community, and government organizations in resolving wildlife situations, caring for endangered species, and planning release of rehabilitated animals, with more than 70 percent of the animals it takes in successfully released back into the wild.
SWCC receives no federal or state funding, and exists entirely on donations and grants to provide medical care, housing, food, and daily care to wildlife at its facility, making this fundraiser critically important.
The “jungle trek” begins with a wild array of silent auction items and continues on to a lush selection of drinks and edibles. Guests will also come face-to-face with the fauna of the forest. The event will be held Saturday, April 27, at 5:30 p.m. The theme will be “The Lion Sleeps Tonight.”
OPEN THE FRONT DOOR TO Southwest Wildlife