the ongoing development of the Cedar Canyon Nature Park. Thank YOU!
The Bald Eagle That Would Not Quit
Donate $25 and receive this photo from Martin - or you are welcome to browse all his wildlife photography here.
Healer of Angels
"One of my greatest childhood fantasies was the desire to create a personal friendship with a wild eagle. I found myself with a love and fascination for these powerful creatures."
Join Martin Tyner as he reflects back on his life: from a young boy terrified of birds to becoming the first man in North America licensed to train a wild golden eagle in the ancient art of falconry.
Healer of Angels is a heartwarming collection of true stories about overcoming life's challenges and disabilities with the guidance of wise grandparents and other mentors.
Read about his transformation from a shy dyslectic teenager, to the founder and CEO of the Southwest Wildlife Foundation. Some of the stories are humorous and some bittersweet, but each will inspire, teaching a lesson as it touches the reader's heart.
- Books are signed by the authors
- Includes over ten pages of color wildlife photography
- A quality paperbook well suited for gifts and the coffee table
All t-shirts are name dropped on the left sleeve of adult T-shirts's and on the back of the youth T-shirts's.
The Memorial Bridge Project
Many have expressed a desire to make dedications or memorialize their loved ones at the Cedar Canyon Nature Park (CCNP).
Those who are interested may, for a small contribution, have the names of their loved ones engraved on a small plaque to be placed on the green walking bridge which crosses the park.
Cost for each plaque is just $100 and people may purchase as many plaques as they wish. There is space for 400 names on the bridge.
The money raised from these memorial plaques will go directly towards the development of the CCNP. Our current project is a restroom facility which will be directly south of our green bridge along the city walking path.
Ultimately, SWF will raise funds for the visitor's center at the north side of the bridge where visitors can receive information about the animals and the Colorado Plateau/Great Basin, in addition to experiencing exhibits and programs about wildlife, plants, their environment, and the Cedar City areas natural history.
The grounds at the CCNP are located 1.5 miles east of Cedar City's Main Street on Highway 14. There visitors can observe the bridge to see where and how the memorial plaques are to be arranged.
Anyone interested in not only memorializing their loved ones, but additionally giving to the cause of the Southwest Wildlife Foundation's Cedar Canyon Nature Park can call 435-586-4693 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.