27
Oct
08

Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival

Thanks to a referral from the stellar staff at Eagle Optics  the Burning Hawk team will migrate to the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival in Harlingen, Texas November 5th through 9th. This festival, located in a globally famous and species-rich birding zone, is one of the leading gatherings of like-minded bird lovers in the world. It is a great honor to have been included as partner along with other great organizations such as our friends at Eagle Optics , Wild Bird Magazine and National Geographic Society.

Below is a thoughtful note sent to us from the Festival’s Vice President Jan Wyrick:

We’re extremely “Proud” to be sharing the stage with Burning Hawk Wines, as the curtain rises on our 15th Annual event, November 5-9—-introducing this “Budding Star”, the “Little Engine That Could”——We encourage YOU to join in our excitement by buying a case of their wine-(and doing your part), as we raise our glasses in a rousing “Toast” to the “Spirit of the Burning Hawk” and to this “Intoxicating” little “Fledgling” of a wine brand” (with “Philanthropic” pockets)——–There has never been a cause that could more aptly be described as—-“FOR THE BIRDS” …

We extend our thanks to Jan and her team of kindred spirit bird lovers and festival organizers. We appreciate the invite and look forward to sharing our exceptional wine (Alexander Valley Chardonnay and Napa Valley Red) and educating people on the issues that gave rise to Burning Hawk wine initiative. Working in concert with organizations and festivals such as Eagle Optics and the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival.

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2 Responses to “Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival”


  1. 1 elizabird
    October 28, 2008 at 2:25 am

    Dear Nick,
    I am looking forward to meeting you and tasting your wines. What a great way to spread the word about conservation of hawks and the troubles they encounter. I am very excited that this is working out and you will be able be at the festival. You are gonna love the Valley’s birds and the birders.
    Happy trails,
    Liz

  2. October 28, 2008 at 3:08 am

    Liz,

    Thanks much for writing and for your networking and help in getting the word out while we are a fledgling wine that has just taken the big leap out of the nest.

    I’m looking forward to meeting you and your friends. We are honored to be included in the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival and are looking forward to introducing Burning Hawk wines to the birding community.

    Wine-loving birders now have a new wine to enjoy after putting the binoculars down to reflect on a long day of avian gazing…a wine that they can enjoy knowing that the team that crafts this wine is dedicated to the conservation of all birds impacted by what the scientists call “Avian Powerline Interaction”

    Cheers, NP


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