Visit Stewards of Wildlife at Dallas Safari Club Adventure Convention

stewards-of-wildlife-logo-jpegUvalde, TEXAS (Ammoland.Com) – Learn more about saving our endangered and threatened wildlife with Stewards of Wildlife, a non-profit organization based in Uvalde, Texas, at the 2017 Dallas Safari Club Annual Convention January 5-8, 2017. Visit with Stewards of Wildlife at booth #1515 about their “Rhinos Forever” program, how they are helping giraffes and more. Learn more at http://stewardsofwildlife.org

“We couldn’t be more excited to begin show season at Dallas Safari Club annual convention,” said Cole Reid, director of Wildlife Sustainability at Stewards of Wildlife. “This is our first show to educate fellow sportsmen and women on what Stewards of Wildlife is doing to help our wildlife and seek donations for our programs, such as Rhinos Forever.”

Rhinos Stewards of Wildlife Rescued from South AfricaDallas Safari Club Adventure Convention & Sporting Expo is January 5-8, 2017 at the Omni Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas. Learn more at http://biggame.org

About Stewards of Wildlife:

Stewards of Wildlife Conservation is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and proliferation of wildlife as well as the habitats and natural resources they utilize.  Stewards of Wildlife offers a home to more than 80 species from around the globe.  These animals are breeding and stable in vast areas in order to provide the most comfortable and natural living situation possible.  Stewards of Wildlife is focused on bringing together animal resources from the private landowners and the public sector zoos in order to create “meta-populations” of species that are vital, sustainable, and can maintain evolutionary potential.

We understand that there are many organizations and groups with the best intentions trying to help wildlife, and realize that our contribution is space and expertise. Though our priority concern is protecting the rarest and most endangered species, Stewards of Wildlife is ultimately concerned about all of the flora and fauna worldwide. Learn more at http://stewardsofwildlife.com

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