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Maryland Artist Wins 2021 California Duck Stamp Contest

A painting by Diane Ford of Bethesda, Md., has been selected as the winner of the 2021 California Duck Stamp Art Contest.

Teal on the Heels of Harvey

A Texas hunt in the wake of a hurricane demonstrates the far-reaching impact of waterfowl conservation initiatives.

USFWS Plan to Cut Atlantic Flyway Mallard Limit Opposed by Delta Waterfowl

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, along with the Atlantic Flyway Council, are proposing a reduction in the mallard limit to two birds for the 2019-20 season, both of which may be hens.

Delta Waterfowl Receives Grant from Wildlife Habitat Canada

Delta Waterfowl will soon be hosting hunter education camps and mentored hunts across four Canadian provinces, thanks in part to a recent $90,000 grant that the organization received from Wildlife Habitat Canada. Delta is expanding its recruitment efforts to secure the next generation of waterfowl hunters.

Mossy Oak Becomes Official Camouflage of Ducks Unlimited

Ducks Unlimited has announced that Mossy Oak will be coming on board as the organization's latest corporate sponsor. Among other things, that makes Mossy Oak the official camouflage pattern of DU.

Happy Duck Stamp Day

Federal duck stamps go on sale today and, while competition for the winning artwork is always fierce, I think Joe Hautman's woodie drake is as pretty as they come. Therefore there's no better year than this to join a growing waterfowl conservation tradition: buying not just one, but two duck stamps. I like to frame one stamp, and tuck my signed stamp (the one I hunted with) inside my duck journal as a memento.

Are Windmills Killing Ducks?

Wind farms produce an increasing amount of the country's power, but how many migratory birds are lost in the effort?

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