Hunter Heritage Foundation & ADWA Set for 3rd Annual Pigapalooza Youth Hunt

Hunter Heritage Foundation & ADWA Set for 3rd Annual Pigapalooza Youth Hunt

American Deer & Wildlife Alliance
American Deer & Wildlife Alliance

AUSTIN, Texas –-( Working in conjunction with the American Deer & Wildlife Alliance (ADWA), the Hunter Heritage Foundation is inviting young sportsmen (ages 8 to 15) to attend the 3rd Annual Pigapalooza Youth Hog Hunt.

The event will be held on Saturday, March 26, 2011, at DB Hunting Ranch in Bertram, Texas, and will provide an afternoon of fun outdoor activities, a pork sandwich lunch and an evening hog hunt.

“Affordability and accessibility are major obstacles for getting our youth involved in hunting today, and our annual Pigapalooza Youth Hunt offers a great opportunity for kids to get outdoors, learn a little about wildlife and enjoy the thrill of hunting with a group of their peers,” says ADWA President John Meng.

“We’re very excited to provide this experience to young sportsmen who might not otherwise have the opportunity.”

The Hunter Heritage Foundation is a 501(3)c charitable organization dedicated to educating children on wildlife and conservation issues and increasing youth participation within hunting traditions. As part of its mission, HHF holds numerous camps and educational clinics during the year and produces SPIKES Magazine, a quarterly youth publication distributed to summer camps, industry events across the country and public libraries across the country.

The American Deer & Wildlife Alliance is a non-profit organization working to promote the deer and wildlife industry and to preserve our American outdoor traditions. As a part of its public education efforts, ADWA produces Points Journal, a full-color magazine covering industry news, wildlife management issues, products and services; and website, a comprehensive search engine for hunting ranches, game preserves and outfitters. ADWA also sponsors Keith Warren’s Deer & Wildlife Stories, a nationally broadcast television program on the Pursuit Channel, and the Outdoor Patriot (, a monthly podcast which features lively commentary and industry guests.

Cost is only $50 for one non-trophy class hog per youth hunter. Space is limited. Youth must be accompanied by parent or guardian with a valid Texas hunting license. Call ADWA to reserve space today at 877.331.8607.

To learn more about the ADWA or the Hunter Heritage Foundation, visit or or call 877.331.8607. To become an ADWA fan on Facebook, go to

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