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Chapter Spotlight: State University of New York, Cobleskill

After spending a summer studying lesser scaup in Alaska, Cody Davis, a wildlife management student at State University of New York (SUNY) Cobleskill, wanted to start a banding program in his home state. Back in New York and ready to begin his fall semester, Davis contacted Dr. Michael Losito, a professor and program manager for Wildlife Management at Cobleskill. The pair launched a duck banding program, with the prequalification that all participants had to join the new SUNY, Cobleskill chapter of Ducks Unlimited—the only collegiate chapter in New York State.

DU Partners with University of North Dakota on Nest Cam Project

Ducks Unlimited recently joined the University of North Dakota (UND) to provide biology students with experience and school credit through a summer research project on the Coteau Ranch, a 3,000-acre property owned and restored by DU. The interns spent the summer monitoring blue-winged teal nests using surveillance cameras to study nesting behavior. DU biologists and UND Assistant Professor Dr. Susan Ellis-Felege instructed and supported the students during the project.

Iowa State University Shoots for Record Breaking Year

Iowa State University DU volunteers attend annual Third Term leadership summit

UGA Bulldogs for DU

University of Georgia Ducks Unlimited was named the number one collegiate chapter in Georgia last year, and their Area Chairman, Jay Weldon, credits that to passion for the DU mission, and maintaining year-round committee relationships.

University of Delaware Students Improve Wetlands

The University of Delaware (UD) Ducks Unlimited chapter used a donation of trees and shrubs from the UD exhibit at the Philadelphia Flower Show to restore a local wetland. The students cleared invasive cattails and planted more sustainable native plants that had been featured at the show.

Ducks Unlimited announces top university chapters

Each spring, Ducks Unlimited announces its Sweet 16 list of top-producing volunteer university chapters throughout the nation. This elite group is considered the best of the best when it comes to fundraising and overall chapter strength.

DU Sweet 16 for 2011

Each spring, Ducks Unlimited announces its Sweet 16 list of top-producing volunteer university chapters throughout the nation. This elite group is considered the best of the best when it comes to fundraising and overall chapter strength.

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DU Sweet 16

Each spring, Ducks Unlimited announces its Sweet 16 list of top-producing volunteer university chapters throughout the nation. This elite group is considered the best of the best when it comes to fundraising and overall chapter strength.

About Ducks University

The Ducks University chapter program began in 1985 at the University of Texas at Austin; since then, the number of active chapters in the United States has steadily increased. In 2015, 100 chapters from over 30 states were responsible for raising $1.5 million dollars in event income for wetland conservation. One new highlight of the Ducks University chapter program is "Third Term." Third term is an annual leadership summit held in August where college volunteers from across the country come to Ducks Unlimited National Headquarters to learn about conservation, leadership skills, and fundraising techniques.

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