The Board of Directors of Waterfowl Chesapeake has awarded the annual William A. Perry Scholarships to eight dedicated youth volunteers of the Waterfowl Festival, representing $8,750 in scholarship…
Julia Rogers is the Festival’s seventh Featured Artist and the first woman chosen for this distinction.
The Waterfowl Festival is thrilled to announce its 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees: Joan Crowley and Kim and Ron Newcomb.
While Grant Hacking is originally from South Africa and most known for his gorgeous paintings of African wildlife and landscapes, he said, “I love to paint birds.”
It is with a heavy heart that we share with you that ED ITTER, long time Workshop carver, chairman, teacher and Hall of Fame member, has died.
The nation’s best wildlife painters, sculptors, carvers and photographers are exhibiting in FIVE galleries in Downtown Easton Md as part of the 2015 Waterfowl Festival..
Around 1970, a group of Eastern Shore sportsmen and women conceived an event that would ultimately grow into a regional tradition spanning generations – the Waterfowl Festival…