Every year the Flocktail Silent Auction provides a unique selection of items up for bidding, including gorgeous art, apparel & jewelry, restaurants, event tickets, travel destinations, and more. This year, we have QUITE the selection of items so make sure to look at our sneak peak below.
- Puerto Vallarta Condo
- Studio Portrait
- ″The Giraffe″ - an etching
- Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Passes
- Wagner Cove
- The Breakthrough
- White Bird Necklace
For 6 nights, stay in the heart of the Zona Romantica in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico in this 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with a fully equipped kitchen and more. You can relax on the beach (only 2 blocks away!), go shopping at nearby boutiques, or stay out all night with the amazing restaurants and nightlife in the area.
Have a studio portrait done like this one of Rita (sans bird, of course!) at a fraction of the cost!
Portrait (and bird) photographer and friend of the Wild Bird Fund, Charles Chessler, will be setting up a “portrait corner” and doing 15 minute mini sessions against a black background for a suggested donation of $200.
Suitable for LinkedIn, your website, or a rockin’ Facebook profile pic, this is a great deal and will go a long way towards helping us acquire some much needed equipment!
Sign up at the Flocktail for a 15 minute slot so you can get yours!
Please note: this is not a silent auction item, but an activity available to all patrons of the Flocktail party.
A framed, original hard ground etching of “The Giraffe,” by WBF volunteer, Stephen A. Fredericks.
This is an artist proof of the 2nd State of the etching. Copies of the limited edition 1st State of this etching were acquired by both the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY and the World Wildlife Conservation Society for their permanent collections. The etching was incorporated in a portfolio published by the artist titled “A Day at the Zoo.”
Win two Hudson Passes to the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival! Each pass provides access to all Evening/Weekend & Matinee Screenings, Tribeca TV & Tribeca Talks including Director Series and Storytellers, an invitation to a Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Party and much, much more!
Central Park scene by Charles Chessler. The image, printed on aluminized metal, was taken at Wagner Cove in early spring. Chessler is a New York native and avid photographer of all things NYC.
Iconic image from William Wegman – “Breakthrough” 2001. Well known for his photographic work with his beloved Weimaraners.