Music, food, fresh air and flight demonstrations will be on the menu November 18 from 1 to 5 p.m., as The Center for Birds of Prey hosts its third annual Wild at Wingswood celebration.
The outdoor event has been designed to appeal to all ages, and will feature a Lowcountry picnic, live music from Minimum Wage, beer & wine, a silent auction featuring family-friendly adventures, children’s activities and flight demonstrations. Tickets are $45 for adults and $12 for children seven to 17; kids six and under are free. Order tickets by calling (843) 971-7474. All proceeds benefit The Center for Birds of Prey.
Wild at Wingswood’s headline sponsor is Half Moon Outfitters.
The Center for Birds of Prey was originally founded in 1991 to provide medical care to injured birds of prey. It has since expanded its programs to include educational programs for students and visitors, an Oil Spill Response Facility, captive breeding, research and conservation. The center is located on 152 acres in Awendaw (4872 Seewee Road)—20 miles from downtown Charleston and 40 miles from Georgetown.