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  • Spring Waterfowling
  • Power of Partnerships
  • DU Project Dedication
  • Gear Guide
  • Happy 75th Videos
  • ...and more

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Favorite Member Photos

Our favorite selections from the month of March

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Land & Wildlife Expo

Aug. 9-11 in Nashville, Tennessee

Connect with those who share your passion for wildlife and the land they call home at the second annual Bass Pro Shops Land & Wildlife Expo presented by RAM Truck, August 9-11, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee!

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DU National Convention

Gather with your DU family in Nashville, Tennessee, as we celebrate the 75th anniversary of Ducks Unlimited at the 2012 National Convention!

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Corporate Partner Spotlight

Leading companies, corporations and brands recognize Ducks Unlimited as the leader in wetlands conservation and one of the largest and best membership organizations in the world. These corporate sponsors, product licensees and promotional providers care about DU and its supporters. They make a difference in DU's mission each day as DU conserves acre after acre.

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Chapter Spotlight

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Fort Lauderdale: home of pristine beaches, mega yachts and some of the most exquisite resorts in Florida. Once a spring break mecca for college students, this popular tourist destination is now host to Florida's largest Ducks Unlimited Greenwing event.

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Spring Waterfowling

Québec's greater snow geese

Most waterfowl hunters are several months removed from early-morning decoy strategies, but waterfowling opportunities still exist. The Ducks Unlimited Television crew traveled to Québec last spring for a greater snow goose hunt along the St. Lawrence River. This photo essay provides a glimpse of this late-spring hunting opportunity.

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DU Magazine | The Power of Partnerships

Conserving North America's wetlands and waterfowl is a team effort involving a variety of players

Partnerships help DU leverage donations from our generous supporters with funds from other sources, as well as maximize our capabilities and talents, to achieve results that are truly exceptional.

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DU News | Recent Headlines

Ducks Unlimited names Top 100, President's Elite chapters

Ducks Unlimited recently announced the 160 volunteer chapters across the nation being honored with Top 100 and President's Elite standings this year.

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Top 100 List » | President's Elite List »

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Happy 75th! | Anniversary Video Message

Representative Rob Wittman (VA)

View videoRepresentative Rob Wittman of the First Congressional District of Virginia wishes DU a Happy 75th. Wittman has been a strong supporter of wetlands and waterfowl legislation over the years and was the lead sponsor behind the most recent House bill to reauthorize the North American Wetlands Conservation Act.

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Gear Up | April Gear Guide

Preparing for the season

Preparation for the 2012-2013 waterfowl season begins now! Whether you're heading to the range or training a pup, the DU Newsletter editorial team has selected several items which will benefit avid waterfowl hunters this time of year.

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Retrievers | Behind the Scenes

Shoot quality retriever photos with Bill Buckley

View videoRetrievers are popular targets for waterfowlers with cameras. Shooting quality images takes knowledge, skill and cooperation between dog and photographer. In this short video tutorial, professional photographer Bill Buckley walks you through the various stages of the photo shoot DU Magazine's March/April article, "Train a rock-steady retriever."

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Inspired Giving | DU Project Dedication

Whiting Petroleum gives back to North Dakota prairies

Read more Whiting Petroleum Corporation recently contributed $100,000 to Ducks Unlimited to restore wetlands on the western edge of North Dakota's Prairie Pothole Region (PPR). These 16 restored wetlands, which are surrounded by large expanses of privately owned grasslands and span 46 acres in five North Dakota counties, will provide excellent breeding habitat for a variety of duck species.

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Recipe Spotlight | Redhead Steak Sandwich

From Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef

Don't miss the tasty recipes prepared by Scott Leysath, as seen on DU-TV. Click here to get the full recipe and cooking instructions for this dish.

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