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Shortcuts to Waterfowl Identification
Illinois volunteer Mark Schore leads tree planting effort
Research to investigate wintering ecology of ducks in New York
Volunteers get up close to conservation success
Pekin Firearms Frenzy nets $52,000
Fond du Lac gun bash earns $20,000
DU improves 200 acres of public recreational wetland access
Threatened watersheds protected with $1 million NAWCA grant
Work to begin in 2017 on $6 Million Clarence Cannon National Wildlife Refuge
World's Leader in Wetland & Waterfowl Conservation:
13 million acres and counting
DU takes a continental approach to conservation.
DU conservation programs are rooted in science & research.
Wetlands & grasslands are key to waterfowl and other wildlife.
DU has conserved more than 13 million acres since 1937.
DU is the voice for waterfowl in Washington, D.C.
A critical tool by which DU conserves habitat.
Learn all you could ever want to know about waterfowl.
Learn more about how DU is ensuring a strong future for ducks.
With wetlands losses increasing by 140% in recent years, this campaign, with your help, will conserve and protect threatened waterfowl habitat throughout North America.
Through focused conservation efforts, DU is committed to filling the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever.
Rescue Our Wetlands
DU has conserved more than 13 million acres since 1937. Without substantial contributions from passionate DU leaders, this wouldn’t have been possible.
Prime land available for waterfowl and other wildlife. Find all the information you need on DU land sales at the link below.