Ducks Unlimited Announces 2017 Film Series

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posted on March 9, 2017
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Ducks Unlimited has announced the launch of another season of its online film series, "DU Films," coming in March 2017. A preview of the series can be found here.

Each film features hunting footage, alongside a featurette that tells a story about the waterfowl hunters who make the sport possible.

2017's films include:

• Passing on hunting traditions across three generations in Arkansas.
• Hunting blue-collar style on the Texas coast.
• Enjoying the fruits of volunteer work in Kansas City.
• A multi-generational decoy carving legacy in Maryland.
• Ducks Unlimited staff and volunteer friendships in Delaware.
• A father-son reunion in the nation's duck capital.

One film will be released per month, beginning in March and running through August.

DU Films is produced by Rock Road Creative and sponsored by Mossy Oak, Drake Waterfowl, Winchester Repeating Arms, Winchester Ammunition, and Yeti.

For more information, go to Ducks.org.

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