BBTB 2012 Live Auction Package: One Wild Week In Wyoming

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One Wild Week In Wyoming

One Wild Week in Wyoming: Auction Package to Benefit Hawaiian Islands Land TrustSpectacular Ten Sleep Preserve, owned by Wyoming’s Nature Conservancy and located in the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains in north central Wyoming, is a rugged collection of canyons, uplands, and forests. Ancient pictographs and Indian gathering sites reveal a long history of people and the land. The ecological richness that first attracted early American peoples to this site continues to attract visitors from near and far. Using the Preserve’s tent camp as a base, you’ll enjoy the area’s unique and remote landscapes of majestic Ponderosa pine woodlands, lush cottonwood forests nestled in deep canyons, and open meadows with expansive views. You’ll have access to the Preserve’s Lodge and learning center for classes on ecology, natural history and archaeology. Some meals are served in the lodge, where there are kitchen facilities available for your cooking as well modern showers and toilet facilities. Just BYOSB (bring your own sleeping bags for the cot in your private walled tent.) And be prepared to meet some interesting characters: Ten Sleep is home to a diversity of plant communities, deer, mountain lions, black bear, elk, beaver, a variety of birds of prey, bald and golden eagles, falcons, hawks, merlins, the rare spotted bat, and more. 
Total Value: $750 Buy now for $945

 

Donors: The Nature Conservancy, Wyoming Chapter

This package is a part of the 2012 "Buy Back the Beach" Benefit Lu‘au "Adventures for the ‘Aina" Live Auction.

Hawaiian Islands Land Trust is a nationally accredited nonprofit organization with the mission of "protecting the lands that sustain us." By working to increase conservation land across Hawai`i we ensure the protection of coastal shoreline accesses and recreation areas, native ecosystems and habitats, culturally significant lands, and agricultural lands for our working farms and ranches—all for our use and enjoyment today and for all generations to come. For more details on the organization and our protected lands contact us at (808)244-5263 or info@hilt.org.