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The Party for the Peregrines fundraising auction returns in-person for 2023!

Saturday, May 13, 2023; 6:30 - 9:00 pm
VIP Reception begins at 5:30 pm
Caratunk Wildlife Refuge, Seekonk, MA

Proceeds from the auction will support the Providence Peregrine webcam, raptor education programs in schools, raptor care - including food and veterinary costs - and most importantly, the protected habitats that raptors call home.

This festive celebration of Rhode Island raptors will begin at 6:30 pm. An advance VIP Reception at 5:30 pm will feature a special presentation with a live raptor, and includes open bar, reserved seating, and reserved parking.

Party for the Peregrines will include live and silent auctions as well as delicious hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Audubon’s raptor ambassadors (owls and hawks) will be presented during the evening, and the Providence Peregrine Webcam will be featured. Dozens of interesting and desirable items will be on display for auction bidding. Proceeds will support the Audubon Society of Rhode Island raptor care and education programs, the Providence Peregrine Webcam, Audubon Raptor Weekend, and will help to protect thousands of acres of valuable habitat for these birds and other creatures.

Casual attire. General Admission $85; VIP $150.

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About the Party for the Peregrines

The annual Party for the Peregrines auction is the Audubon Society of Rhode Island's major fundraising event of the year. Thanks to the dedication of in-kind auction item donors, and the generous bidding by event guests, proceeds from the auction directly support environmental education programs in Rhode Island. Through these programs, Audubon educators reach thousands of school children annually, in every city and town in Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts, with educational live bird of prey encounters. These live birds, Audubon's Avian Ambassadors, have been previously injured and rehabilitated but would not be able to survive if they were released back into the wild. Audubon has given them forever homes where experienced, passionate handlers provide them with species-specific diets, training and enrichment. Through advocacy and conservation efforts, Audubon works to protect the habitats that birds of prey and other wildlife in Rhode Island call home.