Wildlife West Events In Edgewood, NM

 

Our Wildlife Festival is June 15th, plus it’s our first Chuck Wagon Dinner and Show of the season!

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Join us for the Wildlife Festival!

Join the celebration of New Mexico’s native wildlife and plants at Wildlife West Nature Park’s Wildlife Festival in Edgewood on Saturday, June 15, 2013.  

Wildlife West’s zoo is one of the few places where people can be close to and observe Mexican Wolves in their natural habitat, get a behind the scenes tour of Koshari, a 500 pound black bear, and learn about 24 other species of wildlife that are native to New Mexico. Tours start each hour during the day.
Representatives from wildlife and environmental organizations will present, including Elke Duerr, Albuquerque filmmaker and conservationist, on Mexican wolves in the wild; Dr. Scott Altenbech on bats; Doug Scott, author of “Waterfalls in New Mexico”, on amazing waterfalls in our arid state; and Dr. Christian Meuli, permaculturalist, on water harvesting.  Visitors will also learn about the life cycle of monarch butterflies presented by Tatia Veltkamp from Wings of Enchantment, and the wonderful world of native bees and other pollinators by Laurie Lange from the Pollinator Nation and Bee Collaborative. Laurie will also bring orchard mason bee houses, seeds for pollinator gardens and seed plan kits.  Plus, join an herb-walk through Wildlife West lead by Mary Jo Hoven.
Participants are invited to stay for the Cowboy Chuckwagon and Western Swing Dinner Show beginning at 6:00 p.m. with a free-flight Peregrine Falcon show, then the barbeque dinner, followed by a live western-swing music performance by Holy Water & Whiskey. Show ends at 9 p.m. The dinner and show are in a covered all-weather amphitheater and includes a free hayride.  Reservations for the dinner show are required by 2 p.m. on the day of the show.  Chuckwagon tickets are $25 for adults, $23 for seniors, $12 for children 5-11, and kids under 5 are free.
All activities throughout the day, except for the Chuckwagon Dinner Show, are included with regular admission to Wildlife West:  $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, $4 students and children under 5 are free, plus free parking.
Wildlife West is located just 25 minutes east of Albuquerque, off Interstate-40 and legendary Route 66 in Edgewood. For more information at visit www.wildlifewest.org or call 505-281-7655 or toll-free 1-877-981-WILD (9453).

Schedule of Events:

10am – Gates Open to Wildlife Zoo
11am – Black Bear tours start/repeats hourly plus Butterfly presentation by Tatia Veltkamp/Wings of Enchantment
 Noon – Herb-walk by Mary Jo Hoven
1pm – Waterfalls by Doug Scott
2pm – Mexican Wolves by Elke Duerr
3pm – Water Harvesting by Dr. Christian Meuli
4pm – Bats by Dr. Altenbech

GET STUCK ON BARBIE! 

Meet Barbie, a North American Porcupine and our Newest Resident

Wildlife West Nature Park has a new baby.  Her name is Barbie and she is a North American Porcupine.  Barbie is eight weeks old and came from the South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Lubbock, Texas.  Her mother was hit by a car and killed. The amniotic sack was expelled upon impact.   Luckily, an alert passerby stopped, removed Barbie from the sack and tied and cut off the umbilical cord.  The motorist then took her to the Rehabilitation Center in Lubbock where they gave her special care and nurtured her until she was old enough to be moved to her permanent home at Wildlife West on May 26, 2013.
 

Barbie loves sweet potatoes, kisses and naps.  She has been very active exploring her new surroundings and greeting visitors as they pass by her newly constructed habitat.  She visits everyone to come see her – she is so cute and inquisitive!.

Mark your calendar for the 12th Annual Wildlife Music Festival?

Join us July 19 -21, 2013. Wildlife West’s covered amphitheater and indoor “bean barn” venues provide shade and shelter, and plenty of seating. Our music festivals include workshops, open jams, and other events, providing entertainment and fun for musicians and visitors alike!

Headliners include Lisa Haley & the Zydakats, Blue Canyon Boys, Chuck Pyle, Joe West & the Santa Fe Revue. Plus Mystic Lizard, The Swamp Coolers, Higher Ground, The Tumbleweeds, Quality Retreads and more to be announced!

Friday, Barn Dance with Joe West and The Santa Fe Revue: $10 at door
Friday & Saturday: $30
Saturday: $25
Sunday: $15
Weekend Pass: $35
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Your President Plays With Those Who Play God

Anti-abortion activist Lila Rose at the Life A...

Anti-abortion activist Lila Rose at the Life Awards (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As each day ends, it is patently evident our “president,” and those surrounding him, while not really believing in a Christian God, love to assume the role.  This role-playing occurs in this president’s life beginning when he was a senator and continues to this day.  A couple of days ago Obama used God’s name in an attempt to bless Planned Parenthood, one of, if not the largest supporter and provider of late term and other abortion in this world.  Obama’s partners in the murderous mayhem occurring in the bloody houses of horror are the employees and providers dealing in death for babies they abort and death of mothers when the scissors or other tools used to help deal death are utilized wantonly.

It is good we have anti-abortion advocates exposing the callous ways abortion workers deal with the various processes of abortion … from counseling for what to do with babies surviving the butchers’ tools by drowning, snipping, or flushing to make sure the butcher’s job is completed to recruiting more victims in abortion.  One group investigating the lawlessness of many abortion mills is led by Lila Rose.  She and others joining her with LiveAction.org,  have been tireless and effective in exposing the law breaking aspects of abortion.  You will find a link just below taking you to narrative and video for their most recent undercover investigations:

Using Undercover Investigations To Uncover Sleaze

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