Waterfowler's Gift Guide, Gear for Women, The American Duck Hunter Part 2
Ducks Unlimited
November 2021

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DU Newsletter: November 2021

Taking advantage of hunting opportunities during the holidays is a tradition many DU supporters have enjoyed for generations. November is unique in that regular duck and goose seasons in nearly every U.S. state are open. Southern states will just be kicking off their season at the end of the month, while many northern states are beginning to wind down. The following is a collection of content that should help get you prepared for the holidays, cold north winds, and time with family and friends.

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American Duck Hunter

The American Duck Hunter Part 2

As waterfowlers, we are facing a variety of challenges to our sport and the resources that sustain our hunting traditions

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Public Land Playbook: Whistle Power

Aggressive calling with your duck whistle might make all the difference in turning wary flocks

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Crosswinds: Anchoring Decoys and Hunters

The author is reminded that duck season is his foundation

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Gift Guide

2021 Waterfowler's Holiday Gift Guide

You can't miss with these great gift ideas for waterfowlers

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Women's Gear Guide

2021 Women's Waterfowling Gear Guide

An in-depth look at hunting products for women that may be the perfect fit

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Mig Alert

Migration Alert

Nov. 3, 2021 – Wisconsin: Colder weather should benefit waterfowl hunters in Wisconsin

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DU Podcast

DU Podcast

Ep. 13 – Are Arkansas Mallards Fatter than They Were 40 Years Ago?

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Past DU President receives John L. Morris award

Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies recognizes John Tomke’s conservation efforts

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History of Waterfowl Harvest Management

This 16-part DU Podcast series offers a comprehensive breakdown of how waterfowl harvest management has changed over the course of history

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First Horizon awards DU $1 million for Mississippi River wetland conservancy project

1,500 acres of land along Mississippi River to be acquired and restored by Big River Park

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Ducks Unlimited Applauds Nomination of Williams as USFWS Director

Martha Williams nomiated as Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)

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Waterfowl I.D. Quiz

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Waterfowl Recipe

Savory Duck Stew

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