The South Carolina Wildlife Federation’s (SCWF) highly anticipated three-day online auction, Wild Summer Nights, starts on July 19. Participants can place their bids by visiting Bidding concludes on July 21 at 8 p.m.

This year’s auction boasts an impressive array of items, including hunting and fishing trips, exclusive vacation packages, outdoor experiences and gear, wildlife art, specialty gifts, spa packages, and more. All proceeds from the auction will support SCWF’s critical conservation and education programs, so bidders can feel good about going wild for a great cause.

Since its founding in 1931, SCWF has remained steadfast in its mission to conserve and restore South Carolina’s wildlife and their habitats through education and advocacy. The organization fulfills its mission through CARE-based activities: Conserve, Advocate, Restore, and Educate. This auction is SCWF’s largest annual fundraiser, with proceeds funding conservation programs, educational experiences, and science-based initiatives that inform and inspire the community.

The Wild Summer Nights Online Auction format allows supporters to participate from anywhere. To access the auction, visit or go to SCWF’s event page.

This event is made possible by a generous group of sponsors, including Deer Park; Abacus Financial Group, Inc.; AgSouth Farm Credit; BMW Manufacturing; Colgate-Palmolive; Duke Energy; Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina; Gage Construction; Glen Raven Custom Fabrics; Susan Hamilton & Thomas Gross; Longleaf Advisors; Lonza; Mark Anthony Brewing; Martin Marietta; McGuinn Hybrid Homes; Michelin; National Land Realty/Jim Taylor; National Wildlife Federation; OceanaGold; ReWa; Rivers & Glen Trading Co.; Robinson Gray Stepp and Laffitte; Shaw Industries; Spartanburg Water; South Carolina State Credit Union; T.D. Bank; and Westinghouse.

To learn more about the South Carolina Wildlife Federation’s Wild Summer Nights Online Auction and upcoming educational opportunities, visit

For more information, visit SCWF’s website.



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