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Article in: Bird Conservation
May 20, 2011

Hot Sauce Harry’s – Burning Tongues for Conservation

Hot Sauce Harry’s has a HOT product for birders who like a little fire on their food. Part of the proceeds from these hot sauces, called the Federal Duck Stamp Wildlife Commemorative Hot Sauce Series goes to the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund.

2003 Federal Duck Stamp HABANERO Flask Hot Sauce

On the label:
Hot Sauce Harry’s is proud to present the Federal Duck Stamp Wildlife Commemorative Hot Sauce Series.
Partial proceeds from this Collector’s Edition Hot Sauce are deposited into the Migratory Bird Conservations Fund and are used by the US Fish & Wildlife Service to acquire wetland habitat for migratory North American waterfowl. Stamp design licensed under the authority of the US Fish and Wildlife Service which remains the property of the US Government.
Since 1934, more than $500 million from Duck Stamp purchases has gone to purchase more than 5 million acres of habitat, putting the land into the National Wildlife Refuge System, ensuring the land will be protected and available for all generations to come.

I think we might try this on our Birdfreak Bison Bacon Cheeseburger .

Kudos to Hot Sauce Harry’s for helping the refuges grow!

2005 Federal Duck Stamp CAYENNE Flask Hot Sauce

A 6.6 oz. bottle of these sauces will run you $6.95 ($5.95 if you buy over 12). Taste test review coming soon!

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