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Two Arizona Ducks Unlimited chapters recognized nationally

Tucson, Ariz. – April 10, 2015 – Out of the more than 2,600 DU chapters nationwide, two Ducks Unlimited fundraising chapters in Arizona were recognized as Top 100 chapters by the conservation organization.

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Tucson chapter recognized nationally

The Top 100 is one of the most highly sought-after titles of recognition Ducks Unlimited offers to its local chapters. Each year, the list is comprised of the top 100 fundraising chapters in the United States that raise up to $100,000 through fundraising activities in their communities. Through the efforts of these volunteer committees DU is able to pursue its mission of conserving, enhancing and restoring North America's wetlands. In 2013 the Tucson chapter made the Top 100 list as one of the organization's best fundraising chapters.

Migration Alert: State-by-state Pacific Flyway Breakdown

Early migrating waterfowl, feeling an early winter pinch, are filtering south throughout the Pacific Flyway states and finding variable habitat conditions upon arrival in the region.

Ducks in the Desert Initiative

Restoring the valuable wetland oases of America's desert landscape for waterfowl, other wildlife, and communities across the West, from the Great Salt Lake to the Lower Colorado River.

Hunting rights claim victory in state races

States across the nation voted to support hunting rights in the 2012 election in a resounding victory of sportsmen.

Tucson chapter recognized nationally

Twelve DU conservation projects receive NAWCA grant approval from MBCC, six more from NAWCC

The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission (MBCC) met last week and approved more than $24.5 million in federal grants under the North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA) for partnership-based conservation projects that will protect, restore and enhance more than 146,000 acres of wetlands and associated habitats across the United States and Mexico.

Arizona: Cibola National Wildlife Refuge Water Conveyance Enhancement and Riparian Restoration

A decade-long series of projects at the Cibola National Wildlife Refuge improved water conveyance in moist-soil wetlands, benefiting the Island and Goose units of the refuge.

Gun winners

Arizona state news.

Ducks Unlimited Continental Shoot announced in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS - Dec. 15, 2011 - Competitive sporting clay shooters are encouraged to register now for the 2012 Ducks Unlimited Las Vegas Continental Shoot. The annual event will take place Feb. 23-26, 2012, at the Pro Gun Club in Boulder City, Nev., formerly known as Desert Hills Shooting Club.

AZSFWC (Arizona Sportsmen For Wildlife Conservation)

Arizona state news.

Western Regional Office of DU

Good stuff for CA and AZ.

Ducks Unlimited Receives BASF Grant to Control Invasive Plants

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 2, 2006 – Ducks Unlimited will use a matching grant to eliminate invasive salt cedar as part of its wetlands restoration on Cibola National Wildlife Refuge (NWR). DU received $12,500 from BASF for herbicide application to fight the spread of terrestrial and aquatic invasive plants.

Sonoran and Mohave Deserts / Sierra Madre Occidental

An overview of Ducks Unlimited's habitat conservation work in the Sonoran and Mohave Deserts / Sierra Madre Occidental priority area

Northern and Southern Rockies / Colorado Plateau

An overview of Ducks Unlimited's habitat conservation work in the Northern and Southern Rockies / Colorado Plateau priority area.

Where Arizona's Ducks Come From

The Prairie Pothole Region is critical to Arizona waterfowl hunters. A significant portion of our annual duck harvest migrates to us from the Prairie Pothole Region, also referred to as “the duck factory”.

Cibola National Wildlife Refuge

The Cibola National Wildlife Refuge is the most important waterfowl area on the Lower Colorado River. It also has it's share of habitat problems.

Cibola Hunt Unit 2 Ditch Rehabilitation Project

The lower Colorado River is one of the most important wintering grounds for waterfowl and other migratory birds in the southwest.

Arizona Conservation Projects

Ducks Unlimited habitat conservation projects in Arizona. These projects benefit waterfowl, other wildlife and people. View sample projects, project map and more.

Lower Colorado and Lower Gila Rivers Wetlands Project

This project protected and/or restored 2,873 acres of palustrine emergent wetlands and palustrine forest and 60 acres of associated uplands in this important region.

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