Whether you’re searching for the perfect Sedona property or have been living in Sedona for some time, you’ve probably heard the area’s wolves howling at night. Wolves are fascinating, mysterious creatures, with a lot of myths and fears swirling around them. In order to help people understand wolves better, Sedona Wolf Week was founded in 2016. Over time, Wolf Week has evolved and expanded to include all wildlife, while still emphasizing the special place wolves have in the natural ecosystem. This year it will be an entirely online event. The silver lining, of course, is the fact that people from all over the world can attend.
Everyone Living in Sedona is Invited to Attend Virtually
Sedona Wolf Week kicks off on Tuesday, November 10th at 11:15 with an introduction to Apex Protection Project and Plan B to Save Wolves. Both groups work hard to protect and conserve wolf populations and will benefit from proceeds raised during Wolf Week. Afterward, meet an ambassador pack from Apex Protection Project from their home in California. You can also meet the host Tonya June Moore, bid on silent auction items, and hear announcements for the rest of the week.
Many events are free to attend. However, some do require purchasing a ticket. For instance, on Tuesday, you can purchase a ticket for $11 to watch a film entitled Wolves Return, then attend a follow-up question and answer period with the filmmaker, producer, and a conservation scientist. On Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., a $22 ticket will give you access to Happy Hour with Doug Smith, Rick McIntyre and Carter Niemeyer. They will tell stories and take questions from attendees. There will also be fun games and prizes.
These are just a few examples of Sedona Wolf Week events. There will be many presentations on the challenges facing them, along with stories and myths that show how humans have understood them in times past. Interested Sedona property owners should visit the website to find the full schedule, purchase tickets, and make a donation.