Delta Waterfowl will deliver its University Hunting Program (UHP) at Virginia Tech this year, thanks to support from the 2021 Virginia Wildlife Grant Program through a partnership between the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources and the Wildlife Foundation of Virginia.
The USFWS has just released its 2018 Waterfowl Population Status Report. While dry spring conditions are to blame for recent declines, the majority of population numbers are still above their long-term averages.
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.
The continued partnership between ALPS OutdoorZ and Delta Waterfowl results in two new blind systems for field hunters: The Delta Waterfowl Legend Layout Blind and Delta Waterfowl Alpha Dog Blind.
The 2017 Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey was released in August, and things are looking good for North America’s duck population, considering the 2017 survey is the fifth highest annually reported total breeding duck population since the start of the survey in 1955.
North America's breeding duck population has taken a slight dip in 2016, but remains well-above the long-term average, according to the annual Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey released by Delta Waterfowl.
The fall hunting seasons are rapidly approaching—and anticipation is rapidly building throughout the nation. Those who pursue waterfowl, though, may have reason to give pause, courtesy of a report from Delta Waterfowl. The conservation group is now forecasting a reduced fall duck flight.