Come to Kingsville for 3rd Annual Fiesta de Paloma

Posted at 1:31 PM, Sep 14, 2018

In conjunction with the Texas South Zone opening dove weekend, the King Ranch Saddle Shop will be celebrate Fiesta de Paloma on Saturday, September 15th.

A King Ranch Biologist and Ornithologist will be available to answer questions and provide insights into this year’s wildlife and flight patterns. As one of the premier birding destinations in the country, King Ranch offers a wide variety of birding opportunities, and has a long and celebrated history in wildlife management. King Ranch has been at the forefront in wildlife research and conservation for decades.

In addition to hunting boot manufacturers and outfitters, YETI, Chippewa, Game Guard, and other experts will be on hand to share the features and benefits of their products, which include some of the top brands for outdoor enthusiast.

The Saddle Shop will also have leather craftsmen on hand, showcasing their amazing talents.

This year, there will be a 24-foot rock wall and a bow hunting game for the kids, and the first 20 guests to show their bird-hunting license will receive an exclusive gift.

Those who stop by can enjoy brisket sliders and tamales as they listen to music from Serjio and Ropin’ the Wind.

The event runs from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the King Ranch Saddle Shop (201 E. Kleberg in Kingsville), located in the historic John B. Ragland Mercantile Company Building in historic downtown Kingsville.

As an added bonus for those who visit, the 1904 Train Depot museum will also be open.

To learn more, call 1-800-282-5464 or visit either the KingsvilleVisitorsCenter or KingRanchSaddleShop Facebook page.