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DU improves 200 acres of public recreational wetland access

DU to use grant to research drones, energy use for New England waterfowl

Ducks Unlimited recently received a $100,000 grant from Waterfowl Research Foundation to support two regional research projects in the Completing the Cycle initiative area, and Atlantic Flyway regions.

American waterfowl populations benefit from Canadian habitat projects

Many waterfowl enthusiasts may never travel to Canada, but ducks do.

Washington County wetlands get habitat improvement

Two important coastal wetland areas with public recreational access will see habitat improvements in 2016.

Sea Duck Action Is Taking Off

I've spent the last few mornings off the Rhode Island coast chasing sea ducks. Birds are around, but not yet in the high numbers we like to see.

Anthony Rose Family Dedication—Rhode Island

Oct. 2011: A dedication honoring DU Legacy Sponsors Anthony and Kathleen Rose of Wakefield, Rhode Island, was held at the USFWS Visitor's Center in Charlestown.


Rhode Island DU Events and Contacts

Rhode Island state news.

Ducks Unlimited Helps Control Invasive Species on Rhode Island National Wildlife Refuges

Ducks Unlimited (DU) recently completed the first phase of wetland restoration efforts involving invasive species control at two National Wildlife Refuges in southern Rhode Island. DU, in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the RI Coastal Resources Management Council, and with additional funding from the North American Wetland Conservation Act (NAWCA), applied herbicide to common reed (Phragmites australis) on 52 acres of Ninigret and Trustom Pond NWR and adjacent private land in Washington County.

Walker Farm Salt Marsh Restoration Completed

The Walker Farm salt marsh was used for grazing livestock as early as 1672. Farm roads and dikes restricted the influx of tides and the draining of freshwater.

North Atlantic / New England Coast

An overview of Ducks Unlimited's habitat conservation work in the North Atlantic / New England Coast priority area.

Where Rhode Island's Ducks Come From

The North Atlantic Coast, Great Lakes Region and Prairie Pothole Region are important to New England waterfowl hunters. A significant portion of the Mallards harvested in New England each year are produced on local habitat and in areas around the Great Lakes.

Rhode Island Conservation Projects

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

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