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Art Inspiring
Wildlife Conservation

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Art Inspiring
Wildlife Conservation

Art Inspiring
Wildlife Conservation

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Art Inspiring
Wildlife Conservation

Art Inspiring
Wildlife Conservation

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Art Inspiring
Wildlife Conservation

Passionate about Wildlife? Come Learn With Us and Make a Difference.

We Donate 100% of Sculpture Proceeds to Wildlife Causes.

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Photo: Karin Strickland

 

 

 

 

 

Are you looking for a way to make a difference in this challenging world?

 

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A butterfly feeding on a flower

We Were Searching...

Meeting late in life (in our 60's), we (Dale Weiler & Loti Woods) were both searching for how to make a difference. We quickly realized we share a passion for wildlife and art as Dale just happens to be a wildlife sculptor. But now what?

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Photo: Rebecca Bose, Wolf Conservation Center

All Profits Donated to Wildlife

Why not use Dale's sculptures to help protect wildlife & their habitat? So we formed Weiler Woods for Wildlife with 100% of all profits donated to wildlife causes which tug at our hearts. We are especially drawn towards endangered species and misunderstood, underdog animals such as the hellbender, bats & the red wolf.

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Photo: David Herasimtschuk

Making a Difference

Our adventure to combine art with wildlife conservation is just beginning. We will share our experiences and what we learn as we pursue solutions to wildlife & habitat challenges. We will introduce you to people, places and cool animals.

Follow us if you are curious about the world around you, eager to make a difference for wild critters and have fun learning new things. Together, we can make our world a better place as we all find our own paths to help wildlife and their habitat. Time is of the essence. Read on to learn what you can do.

 

Help Our Latest Conservation Cause

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Help Our Red Wolves

How many red wolves live in the wild? And where do they live?

Sadly, only about 30 exist in the wild & the only place in the world they live? Eastern North Carolina. Wow, our home state!

Dale has spent most of 2019 carving a sculpture of a red wolf and her pup called "Just Settling In" from Utah alabaster. From the original sculpture, we will be making limited edition castings available to red wolf conservation organizations. The castings will be used to bring awareness & funding to our red wolf populations, both wild & captive.

If you know of an organization that could benefit from a casting, let us know. To see progress photos of the sculpture & learn how you can help red wolves, read more.

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"Just Settling In"

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Together We Can Help Wildlife. But How?

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Let Your Curiosity Run Wild

Explore your neighborhood and the world to get inspired by nature.
Be curious, ask questions and share your knowledge.
What is the only marsupial in North America?  How many animals get food from an oak tree? What native plant eats insects?

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Join a Conservation Group

Become a member of a conservation group which supports your passion.
We are members of Defenders Of Wildlife which helps protect native animals and their habitats.
Find an organization that matches your passion and get involved. To learn how read more.

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Explore Wildlife Art

Explore our Sculpture Gallery to see how we are connecting nature and art.
You can learn so much about wildlife by looking at a sculpture, painting or other art forms.
Art can touch your soul and help connect you with both the artist and the subject matter.

 

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Above All, Have Fun!

Love what you do. Find something which feeds your passion.
We have fallen in love with hellbenders, red wolves, bats, gorillas and native plants, to name a few.
When you find your passion, every day brings something new & exciting.

 

Some of the Organizations With Which We Partner and/or Support:

 

 

 

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