Wildlife Paintings; Christmas Charity Raffle

Welcome to our Charity Christmas Raffle. Here you have the opportunity to win one of two original works of art (see below) of the splendid Mountain Vizcacha and the enchanting but endangered Huemul Deer painted by Katharine.

 

Click “donate” to Buy Your Raffle Ticket Via Pay Pal (or using your regular credit card). Each ticket is worth £5 / $8 and buys 1 chance to win. So buy as many as you can afford to increase your chances of winning these beautiful pictures! In the process you will be helping these species survive (we will be able to contact you via your email address requested by Pay Pal if you win!! The winning “virtual” ticket will be picked at random on the 15th December 2012 and we will be in touch to arrange delivery). Thank you!

By entering our Christmas Charity Raffle you will be supporting our world first expedition, as all the proceeds from the raffle will be donated to Conservacion Patagonica, our fantastic charity.

 

Both charismatic mammal species, with your help, will prosper within Conservacion Patagonica’s Valle Chacabuco, the incredible wild area of Chilean Patagonia which we are raising funds for by running the length f South America, over 5000 miles / 8.000 km.

This photograph is from the original painting by Katharine Lowrie, of a Huemul Deer in acrylic on canvas, professionally double-mounted.

Size: 29.5cm x 38.5cm Click the Image to View it Larger.

This photograph is from the original painting by Katharine Lowrie, of a Mountain Vizcacha in acrylic on canvas, professionally double-mounted.

Size: 29.5cm x 38.5cm Click the Image to View it Larger.

 

Valle Chacabuco was an area of over-grazed ranch land, huge herds of sheep and cattle over-grazed the pasture and woodlands, resulting in desertification and loss of native wildlife and functioning ecosystems.

 

Conservacion Patagonica acquired the impoverished Valle Chacabuco in 2004 and have been restoring the area into an incredible wild land ever since; intending to safeguard it forever by creating the future Patagonian National Park.

 

We visited the area on our way north through south Chile, click here to read our blogs and view images of the stunning and critical conservation project.

Or if you would just like to donate funds to the charity we are running over 200 marathons for, please click here.

THANK YOU!