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WVDU January 2015 Newsletter

Here''s the latest WVDU Newsletter from January 2015

WVDU August 2014 Newsletter

Here is the August 2014 edition of the WVDU newsletter

WVDU February 2014 Newsletter

Here is the February 2014 edition of the West Virginia Ducks Unlimited newsletter

Habitat impacts from Hurricane Sandy difficult to assess

The East Coast is still struggling to get basic services back in place after Hurricane Sandy battered coastal communities and affected millions of residents, but, with the help of conservation partners, Ducks Unlimited is beginning to assess the long-term impact the storm will have on waterfowl habitat.

Wetlands Project to be Dedicated


West Virginia: Middle Island Restoration

DU and the USFWS joined forces to protect and restore an area of West Virginia called Middle Island, along the Ohio River.

WV DU teams with AEP John Amos to help Cub Scouts Build Duck Boxes!

WV DU volunteers teamed up with AEP John Amos on Saturday, February 28th to help Local Cub Scout troop build some wood duck boxes and then go set them in the Wetlands of Winfield conservation area.

DU meets with Congressional leadership and Administration officials to discuss conservation

WASHINGTON – February 13, 2008 – Ducks Unlimited Executive Vice President Don Young was joined by other wildlife conservation organizations today to deliver a strong message on behalf of sportsmen and habitat: protect and expand habitat conservation and opportunities for sportsmen.

America's Wildlife Conservation Partners' letter to New River Gorge National River superintendent

A letter from the AWCP regarding the New River Gorge General Management Plan.

The Putnam Standard Article

Welcome to the ducks unlimited WV site. This is your home for all things DU in WV.

Wood Duck Boxes

Welcome to the Ducks Unlimited WV Site. This is your home for all things DU in West Virginia.

Upper Mississippi River

An overview of Ducks Unlimited's habitat conservation work in the Upper Mississippi River priority area

Mid-Atlantic Coast

An overview of Ducks Unlimited's habitat conservation efforts in the Mid-Atlantic Coast priority area.

Where West Virginia's Ducks Come From

The Prairie Pothole Region, Great Lakes Region and St. Lawrence Plain are critical to West Virginia waterfowl hunters. A significant amount of the mallards harvested in West Virginia each year are produced in the St. Lawrence Plain and Great Lakes Region, as are a good portion of the wood ducks that migrate into our state each year.

West Virginia Conservation Projects

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