Take a Selfie at ‘Bears’ Movie to Help Wildlife

LEWF News:

Community members have an opportunity to help wildlife across the United States. Disney is donating $0.20 to the National Parks Foundation from every ticket sold for the movie “Bears” through April 25.

To encourage people to see the movie, the Land of Enchantment Wildlife Foundation in Espanola is hosting a “selfie” contest for people who go to see “Bears.” The winner of the contest will receive a personal print from Kathy Morrow.

Email the selfie through April 25 to info@landofenchantment.org or upload to https://www.facebook.com/LandOfEnchantmentWildlifeFoundation.

For more information, visit www.landofenchantmentfoundation.org.

Land of Enchantment Wildlife Foundation (LEWF) was founded July 15, 2012 by Daniel Archuleta, Peter Horak, Dr. Kathleen Ramsay, Melissa Riggs and James Robinson to support the many wildlife rehabilitation operations across New Mexico. Since its founding, LEWF has provided both social and regular media assistance to Best Rehab and Cottonwood Rehab, and assisted Santa Fe Raptor with the building of a new flight cage. LEWF also has provided educational sessions at Bosque del Apache and the iCare program at the Los Alamos YMCA.


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