Hunting enthusiasts Donald Jr. and Eric Trump will be ringing in their father\u0026#039;s ascent to power with a fundraiser and bash dubbed \u0022Opening Day 2017,\u0022 according to an invitation obtained by TMZ and reported on Monday.\u0022Camouflage \u0026amp; Cufflinks\u0022 is the preferred attire at the event, to be held one day after the inauguration at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown Washington, D.C.. Entertainment will be provided by country music favorites Toby Keith and Alabama.\u0022Opening Day is your opportunity to play a significant role as our family commemorates the inauguration of\u0026nbsp; our father, friend and President Donald J. Trump,\u0022 the invite reads. \u0022Join us as we celebrate the great American tradition of outdoor sporting, shooting, fishing, and conservation.\u0022However, the significance of that \u0022opportunity\u0022 varies:\u0026nbsp; A \u0022Wild Turkey\u0022 donation of $25,000 is enough to net 6 tickets (including 2 VIP access) to the event, but only the biggest trophies—\u0022Grizzly Bear\u0022 ($500,00) or \u0022Bald Eagle\u0022 ($1 million)—are enough to secure a \u0022[m]ulti-day hunting and/or fishing excursion for 4 guests with Donald Trump, Jr. and/or Eric Trump, and team.\u0022The fundraiser was leaked days after a New York Times report on a \u0022Coffee with Ivanka\u0022 auction exposed another effort by the Trump children to capitalize on their proximity to the White House.According to TMZ\u0026#039;s \u0022sources,\u0022 the event is \u0022legit,\u0022 though it remains unclear if the President-elect will attend. The party is supposedly \u0022being thrown to thank the hunting, shooting, and fishing communities for their support,\u0022 TMZ notes. The invitation states that net proceeds will be donated to \u0022conservation charities.\u0022Both Donald Jr. and Eric have come under fire for hunting exotic animals and rare species. What\u0026#039;s more, the sons are credited with having significantly \u0022influenced the president-elect\u0026#039;s thinking on conservation issues,\u0022 The Hill reported Monday, pointing to the recent selection of Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) to lead the Interior Department.Donald Jr. had reportedly \u0022hit it off\u0022 with Zinke, another \u0022avid outdoorsman,\u0022 who supports preserving—and drilling on—public lands. Also, according to Kierán Suckling, executive director of the Center for Biological Diversity, Zinke has \u0022voted for legislation to remove grizzly bears from the endangered species list, wolves, lynx, he\u0026#039;s fought protection for the sage grouse, and at every turn and he wanted to exempt big water developers...in California from the Endangered Species Act.\u0022Both Eric and Donald Jr. have been actively involved with the transition and have sat in on many high-level meetings, however, they are also expected to run the sprawling Trump business empire.