Exotic Wildlife Association Hosts Annual Dove Hunt & Dinner
INGRAM, Texas –-(AmmoLand.com)- Promoting wildlife conservation through commerce, the Exotic Wildlife Association (EWA) announces it will host its 2010 Dove Hunt & Dinner on September 11, 2010 at the Wildseed Farm's Brewbonnet Biergarten in Fredericksburg, Texas.
The fund-raising event, coordinated by EWA board member Eric Smith and owner of the Stage Coach Stop, will accommodate 100 sportsmen for an exciting afternoon of dove hunting, dinner and raffles in one of the most scenic venues in Texas.
The evening dinner raffle will offer hunters and other attendees chances to win exciting prizes, such as guns, trips and much more.
“This is the first year we have held this event and everyone is really excited about it,” says Charly Seale, executive director for the Exotic Wildlife Association.
“Dove is the most common game bird in the state and dove hunting is a great family activity that helps kids get involved in the outdoors. We hope everyone comes out to have a great time and support one of our great Texas traditions.”
Wildseed Farms is the largest working wildflower farm in the United States and features more than 200 cultivated acres at its Hill Country headquarters. A natural haven for dove and other wild game, Wildseed Farms produces 88 varieties of wildflower seeds, and welcomes more than 350,000 visitors annually. Wildseed Farms' owner and founder, John R. Thomas, was recognized by the Professional Agricultural Workers of Texas for outstanding Leadership in Agribusiness for the year 2000.
Space is limited, so make your reservations today. Hunters must provide shotgun, ammo, hunting license and eye and ear protection. Check-in will be at 3:30 p.m. at the EWA booth located at the Stage Coach Stop (five miles east of Fredericksburg on Hwy 290). Hunter registration is $150, which includes dinner. Non-hunters and dinner guests are $50 each. Youth 13 – 18 yrs are $25. Children 12 & under are FREE! For more information or to register, call the EWA at 830.367.7761. If postponed due to bad weather, rescheduled hunt date will be Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010.
For further information regarding the EWA Dove Hunt visit www.exoticwildlifeassociation.com.
The EWA is a non-profit organization dedicated to leading wildlife conservation through commerce. As a part of its public education efforts, the EWA publishes a full-color bimonthly magazine, Exotic Wildlife, which updates EWA members on current legislative news and important issues impacting game management and private property rights. The EWA hosts an annual membership meeting and video animal auction in March and the annual Trophy Game Records of the World Banquet in July.
Headquartered in Ingram, Texas, the Exotic Wildlife Association is dedicated to encourage and to expand the conservation of indigenous and non-indigenous hoofstock animals, and to foster development of the alternative livestock market through agricultural diversity. For more information on EWA, call 830.367.7761 or visit www.exoticwildlifeassociation.com.