Austin, TX (Ammoland.Com) — Come listen to country music sensation Morgan Mills and be educated on the state of wildlife today by “Mr. Whitetail,” Larry Weishuhn at the First Annual Stewards of Wildlife Conservation Banquet on June 24 at the Warren Wildlife Gallery in Austin, Texas.
The evening’s events include an exotic game meal, live auction and entertainment to raise awareness with 100 percent of the proceeds going to wildlife conservation. Learn more and purchase tickets at www.stewardsofwildlife.org/stewards-banquet.
Attendees will hear Larry Weishuhn, “Mr. Whitetail,” speak on the importance of stewardship and wildlife conservation efforts. Mr. Weishuhn is the host and owner of DSC’s “Trailing the Hunter’s Moon” and is a renowned wildlife biologist and author. He has also appeared on top-rated television shows, such as “Bass Pro Outdoors,” and “Winchester’s World of Whitetail,” among many others.
Also performing at the banquet will be Morgan Mills, a rising country star residing in Nashville, Tenn. Mills is currently the host of “NRA On Location” where she travels the country interviewing top country music artists on their love for the outdoors. Morgan’s single, “Let’s Ride” featuring Colt Ford, launched her career. That led to her singing the theme song for the hit outdoor TV show ‘Universal Huntress’ on Pursuit Channel.
Through her music, she has shared the stage with the likes of Toby Keith, Jake Owen, Tyler Farr, Colt Ford, among others. Learn more about Morgan Mills at http://morganmillsmusic.com,
The live auction will include high-ticket items such as adventure hunts, firearm accessories and related items, and commissioned art. Generous sponsors and individuals donated items with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Stewards of Wildlife Conservation. Additionally, Stewards of Wildlife Conservation is sharing part of the donation with Moz Parks Foundation to assist with their anti-poaching efforts in Mozambique.
The banquet will be held at Warren Wildlife Gallery, which is located in the heart of Austin and features more than 300 full body mount mammals and 250 exotic birds. The privately owned, non-profit gallery encourages awareness of the hunting culture as a method of preserving our wildlife resources. Its mission is to educate the youth and the community from the up-close interactions at the gallery and beyond.
Tickets can be purchased at $250 for a single, or $2,000 for a table of 10. To purchase tickets and find out more information, visit the Stewards of Wildlife website www.stewardsofwildlife.org/stewards-banquet.
About Stewards of Wildlife Conservation:
Stewards of Wildlife Conservation is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of wildlife, wildlife habitats, and natural resources. Home to more than 80 species from around the globe, Stewards of Wildlife works to conserve and proliferate wildlife and their natural habitats. The non-profit has the mission of bring together these animals and providing a natural and comfortable living place that is vital to their survival. Their primary focus is on the protection of endangered species, but it works to conserve a sustainable future for the world.