Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling, who won two Pulitzer prizes for his editorial cartoons, was one of America's true conservation pioneers. Darling's love of the outdoors and his passion to preserve it is well documented, but conservationists now have the chance to learn more about the man who conceived the idea of the federal duck stamp program and drew its first design. Darling's great-great-grandson, Chris Steffen, hosts America's Darling, a DVD chronicling his ancestor's illustrious career. www.marvoentertainmentgroup.com