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State Contacts

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Paul Warren

Raleigh, NC


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State Chairman Elect

Orlin "OT" Taylor

Wake Forest, NC


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Region 7 Senior Vice President

Julian Ottley


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Region 7 Regional Vice President

Henry Kidd


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West Region Vice Chairman

Scott Brown

Advance, NC


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Lead Drake / State Council Chairman

Brian Mattison


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State Treasurer

Gary Sturgill

High Point, NC


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Major Donor Chairman

Mike Fisher


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State Volunteer Recruitment Chairman

Drew Getman


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State Sponsor Chairman

Nick Barringer


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State Youth and Education Sportsmen For Tomorrow

Drew Clapp


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State Communications

Rob Klink

Raleigh, NC


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State Public Policy

Clark Purvis


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Calendar Coordinator

Larry Wilkins


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Veteran Program Task Force Chair

J.P. Albert


North Carolina Resources

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North Carolina's Ducks

The Prairie Pothole Region, Great Lakes Region and St. Lawrence Plain are critical to North Carolina waterfowl hunters.

A significant portion of North Carolina's annual duck harvest migrates to us from the Prairie Pothole Region, also referred to as "the duck factory." The majority of our Mallards originate in the Great Lakes Region and St. Lawrence Plain.

The Prairie Pothole Region, Great Lakes Region, and St. Lawrence Plain are all DU conservation focus areas. In addition, North Carolina benefits from DU's Southeastern Coastal Plain conservation work as the organization continues to conserve critical waterfowl habitat in the Tar Heel State

There is no waterfowl conservation organization that represents the needs of North Carolina waterfowl hunters like Ducks Unlimited.

Our critical conservation work provides support to our migration both on the breeding grounds and here at home.

With your help, we will preserve our waterfowl hunting heritage through habitat conservation of these areas vital to the North Carolina migration and harvest.

Click here for more information on DU's conservation priority areas.

North Carolina Facts

DU Membership: 22,772*

  • General Members: 19,967
  • Greenwings: 1,382
  • Legacy Greenwings: 272
  • Sponsor Members: 1,651
  • Major Sponsors: 844
  • Grassroots dollars raised last year: $1,685,478
  • Total acres conserved: 146,750
* Excludes canine memberships


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