The state of New Jersey honored Ducks Unlimited with the 2019 Directors Award for the protection and improvement of thousands of acres of wetlands throughout the state.
Ducks Unlimited will hold its 82nd annual national convention May 28-June 1, 2019, at the Hilton Waikoloa Village, Hawaii. The national convention is an annual gathering for DU’s most dedicated volunt
May is American Wetlands month and as duck nesting season gets underway across North America, Ducks Unlimited and the rest of the world will celebrate World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 11.
ucks Unlimited (DU) announced today the hiring of Adam H. Putnam as their new CEO effective April 1 2019.
Ducks Unlimited announced the winners of the 2019 Wetland Conservation Achievement Awards today during the 84th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference held in Denver, Colorado.
For 32 years the North American Waterfowl Management Plan has stood as a model of waterfowl conservation and as a beacon of success for wildlife conservation practitioners and enthusiasts worldwide.
Ducks Unlimited, a leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation, applauds President Trump’s intent to nominate David L. Bernhardt to serve as the new Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior.
As the official pattern of Ducks Unlimited, Mossy Oak is proud to offer two seasons and a total of 12 episodes of “DU Films” on Mossy Oak GO (MOGO).
As part of the collaboration, all merchandise shipped to DU events across the country will be shipped via FedEx, along with all other corporate freight and shipping needs across the DU enterprise.
The total pond estimate for the United States and Canada combined was 5.2 million, which is 14 percent below the 2017 estimate of 6.1 million and identical to the long-term average of 5.2 million.
Ducks Unlimited’s latest online film, “The Golden Mile,” explores a unique relationship between two friends who hunt the wetlands and uplands of Nebraska and share a passion for conservation.
This week on Ducks Unlimited TV, co-host Ashley Ward and the crew head to New England to sample the area’s unique sea duck and diver duck hunting.
Ducks Unlimited TV kicks off its 2018 season this week and introduces viewers to its two new co-hosts, Doug Larsen and Cara Harper.
Alabama resident Doug Schoenrock was elected first vice president of the country’s largest nonprofit waterfowl and wetlands conservation organization.
The award, accepted by noted conservationist and Bass Pro founder Johnny Morris, recognizes corporations from the United States, Canada or Mexico that have made contributions to conservation.
Department of Interior proposes expanding hunting and fishing opportunities to 30 refuges in the National Wildlife Refuge System..
Ducks Unlimited is a proud partner and beneficiary of SweetWater Brewing Company’s Save Our Water program – an annual advocacy, awareness and fundraising campaign that includes a $100,000 donation.
Ducks Unlimited’s latest online film joins the Hautman brothers on a special waterfowling trip to North Dakota. Joe, Jim and Bob Hautman are renowned wildlife artists.
Appointed by Vice President Mike Pence, Sen. John Boozman (R-AR) has been selected to serve on the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission (MBCC).
In “Charleston, Mississippi,” three current and former Ducks Unlimited employees get together for a few days of outstanding waterfowling while reflecting on their careers in the outdoors.
Ducks Unlimited announced the winners of the 2018 Wetland Conservation Achievement Awards during the 83rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference held in Norfolk, Virginia.
Ducks Unlimited recently announced the top fundraising chapters of 2017 in four categories..
Ducks Unlimited’s first film from the 2018 season explores a rich and unique history of waterfowling at the Ne Pee Nauk Duck Club in Wisconsin.
Ducks Unlimited is launching the fourth season of its acclaimed online film series, “DU Films,” in March. Watch a preview of this year’s series…
Today, the bipartisan Congressional Wildlife Refuge Caucus hosted a briefing on Capitol Hill entitled “Wildlife Refuges 101.”