In-State Projects




Kentucky Partners Project

The objective of the Kentucky Partners Project is to return waterfowl to the breeding grounds physically conditioned for maximum reproductive success. Managing off-season agricultural fields as waterfowl habitat offers good food resources for migrating and wintering birds with direct benefits to landowners.

Technical assistance and financial incentives are available to landowners interested in improving the status of waterfowl and the quality of wetlands on their property. Project sponsors include: Ducks Unlimited, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, USDA - Natural Resources Conservation Service, Kentucky Dept. Fish and Wildlife Resources, and Private Landowners...

Kentucky Habitat Projects


Southeastern Coastal Plain

Public Lands Projects

Taylorsville Lake WMA
Kentucky River WMA
West Kentucky WMA
Barkley Lake WMA
Ohio River Island WMA
Sloughs WMA
Yellowbank WMA
Blue Grass Army Depot
Lake Cumberland WMA
Yatesville WMA
Daniel Boone National Forest


Mississippi Alluvial Valley

Public Lands Projects

Ballard WMA
Boatwright WMA
Westvaco WMA
Obion Creek WMA
Latourneau Woods

Private Lands Program

Kentucky Partners Project

1990-2000
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Scott Manley
Director of Conservation
501-955-9264
smanley@ducks.org

Ben Burnley
Regional Director
270-826-9507
burnley@ducks.org

Charlie Lowery
Regional Director
423-744-0792
clowery@ducks.org

 

Contact Kentucky Ducks Unlimited at kwright@kyducks.org