2023 Bird Quilt Raffle

2023 Bird Quilt, “Eagle Sighting,” was created by SMRA Board Member Jean Sparacin. Click on above image for a very detailed view of the quilt. More quilt close-up images below.

Our 2023 Quilt is entitled “Eagle Sighting.”  This 50” x 65” quilt was created by Jean Sparacin. Be sure to see close-up images of the beautiful fabric choices and stitching below.

This one-of-a-kind quilt will be displayed at the SMRA table at the 2023 EagleFest big tent inside Croton Point Park on Saturday, February 4. [More about Teatown’s 2023 EagleFest]

Don’t miss your opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for this beautiful quilt and help support our local conservation work!

Raffle tickets are $10/each or three for $25.  All proceeds benefit Saw Mill River Audubon.

  • Purchase raffle tickets online with the form below.

Drawing will be held at our Community Potluck Dinner on Sunday, April 2, 2023. [More about our Spring Potluck.] You do not need to be present at our dinner to win but we hope you will be!

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2023 Bird Quilt Raffle

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Price: $10.00
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Price: $25.00
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Saw Mill River Audubon is a local, independent 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization led by a volunteer board of directors. We are not supported financially by National Audubon or Audubon New York, although we do receive small annual stipends from both organizations based on our shared mission.

Your quilt raffle ticket purchase, chapter membership, bird seed purchases, field trip donations, and other gifts to Saw Mill River Audubon are all highly valued. Please help us sustain our local work in environmental education, sanctuary stewardship and advocacy so that we may continue to connect people with nature.

Saw Mill River Audubon is registered as a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization with the State of New York.