Space Coast Birding & Wildlife Festival Silent Auction Supports Conservation Efforts

By  //  December 30, 2016

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Festival set for January 25 - 30

ABOVE VIDEO: Stunning shots from the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The 20th Annual Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival is scheduled for January 25 – 30, 2017 at Eastern Florida State College, Titusville Campus.

Please help us celebrate by first – attending, and secondly, by donating to our Silent Auction.

The proceeds from this years Silent Auction will be used to support our “Give Back to Conservation” initiative.

This year’s recipients include Spoil Island Restoration Projects and Anglers for Conservation, both deserving of any contributions they receive.

The Brevard Nature Alliance, hosts of the Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival appreciates support from the community in the form of:

Gift certificates for hotel stays, meals, attraction tickets, services, goods to be sold, etc. are welcome as donations to our Silent Auction.

WHEN SPACE COAST BIRDING AND WILDLIFE FESTIVAL was created in 1999, Neta Harris was invited to become the birding festival’s executive director. She hasn’t left that perch since. At 79, Harris has been with the festival since local environmental Laurilee Thompson, owner of Dixie Crossroads restaurant, gathered together a small group of like-minded folks to help promote the area’s rich ecodiversity. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

WHEN SPACE COAST BIRDING AND WILDLIFE FESTIVAL was created in 1999, Neta Harris was invited to become the birding festival’s executive director, and is currently the Director of Marketing & Resources. She hasn’t left that perch since. At 82, Harris has been with the festival since local environmental Laurilee Thompson, owner of Dixie Crossroads restaurant, gathered together a small group of like-minded folks to help promote the area’s rich ecodiversity. (Image for Space Coast Daily)

These are tax deductible contributions and a tax exempt certificate can be provided upon request.

During the dates of the 20th Annual Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival, if you can place a “Welcome Birders” message on your billboards, signage, websites, Facebook pages it would be appreciated.

During the 2016 Festival, attendees spent more than $1.21 million while visiting Florida’s Space Coast, so please help us make them feel welcome and appreciated.

For more information about the 20th Annual Space Coast Birding and Wildlife Festival call 321-268-5224 or email neta@brevardnaturealliance.org

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