Delta Waterfowl New Partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day

August 11, 2009 by  

Delta Waterfowl New Partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day

Delta Waterfowl is proud to announce it is a new partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day, slated for September 26. The annual commemoration will hold several events across the country to promote awareness about hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation, as well as celebrate America’s rich, time-honored outdoors heritage. Delta Waterfowl’s regional directors are busy spreading the word to chapters and volunteers at the grassroots level about the day’s many events.

Delta Waterfowl New Partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day

August 11, 2009 by  

Delta Waterfowl New Partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day

Delta Waterfowl is proud to announce it is a new partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day, slated for September 26. The annual commemoration will hold several events across the country to promote awareness about hunting, fishing and wildlife conserv…

Mossy Oak Supports Delta Research

July 20, 2009 by  

Mossy Oak Supports Delta Research

For the third consecutive year, Mossy Oak is supporting Delta Waterfowl’s research program by helping fund two distinct research projects. In Saskatchewan, student John Dassow is evaluating predator management and in the Mississippi Flyway student Luke Laborde is conducting human dimensions work on waterfowl satisfaction.

Mossy Oak Supports Delta Research

July 20, 2009 by  

Mossy Oak Supports Delta Research

For the third consecutive year, Mossy Oak is supporting Delta Waterfowl’s research program by helping fund two distinct research projects. In Saskatchewan, student John Dassow is evaluating predator management and in the Mississippi Flyway student Lu…

Traveling Waterfowlers: Preparation is the Key to ‘Seamless’ Trip – Begin Planning for Fall Today

July 9, 2009 by  

Traveling Waterfowlers: Preparation is the Key to ‘Seamless’ Trip – Begin Planning for Fall Today

While the hunting season is still months down the road, duck and goose hunters should not get lost in the bustle of summer and forget to begin planning and preparing for their fall hunting trips, according to an article in the summer issue of Delta Wat…

Traveling Waterfowlers: Preparation is the Key to ‘Seamless’ Trip – Begin Planning for Fall Today

July 9, 2009 by  

Traveling Waterfowlers: Preparation is the Key to ‘Seamless’ Trip – Begin Planning for Fall Today

While the hunting season is still months down the road, duck and goose hunters should not get lost in the bustle of summer and forget to begin planning and preparing for their fall hunting trips, according to an article in the summer issue of Delta Waterfowl magazine.

Breeding Population Survey Released; Wet Condtions Attract Ducks to Dakotas

July 2, 2009 by  

Breeding Population Survey Released; Wet Condtions Attract Ducks to Dakotas

At first glance, the results of the 2009 duck breeding population and habitat survey are eye-popping: May ponds across the prairie breeding grounds increased 45 percent from a year ago, the total duck population was up 25 percent and mallard numbers climbed 10 percent. Look closer, however, and some of the survey’s findings explode from the pages like a Fourth of July fireworks display.

Breeding Population Survey Released; Wet Condtions Attract Ducks to Dakotas

July 2, 2009 by  

Breeding Population Survey Released; Wet Condtions Attract Ducks to Dakotas

At first glance, the results of the 2009 duck breeding population and habitat survey are eye-popping: May ponds across the prairie breeding grounds increased 45 percent from a year ago, the total duck population was up 25 percent and mallard numbers cl…

On Its 75th Birthday: The Untold Story of the ‘Real’ Father of the Duck Stamp

March 26, 2009 by  

On Its 75th Birthday: The Untold Story of the ‘Real’ Father of the Duck Stamp

The story of how Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper cartoonist Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling became the father of the federal duck stamp has been repeated so often it’s become an urban legend. While the colorful Darling may have been many things, father of the federal duck stamp wasn’t necessarily one of them, according to an article in the spring issue of Delta Waterfowl magazine.

On Its 75th Birthday: The Untold Story of the ‘Real’ Father of the Duck Stamp

March 26, 2009 by  

On Its 75th Birthday: The Untold Story of the ‘Real’ Father of the Duck Stamp

The story of how Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper cartoonist Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling became the father of the federal duck stamp has been repeated so often it’s become an urban legend. While the colorful Darling may have been many things, father of the federal duck stamp wasn’t necessarily one of them, according to an article in the spring issue of Delta Waterfowl magazine.

On Its 75th Birthday: The Untold Story of the ‘Real’ Father of the Duck Stamp

March 26, 2009 by  

On Its 75th Birthday: The Untold Story of the ‘Real’ Father of the Duck Stamp

The story of how Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper cartoonist Jay Norwood “Ding” Darling became the father of the federal duck stamp has been repeated so often it’s become an urban legend.
While the colorful Darling may have been many things, father of the federal duck stamp wasn’t necessarily one of them, according to an article in the spring issue of Delta Waterfowl magazine.

Delta Member to Myth Makers: Snow Geese Aren’t ‘Winged Liver’

March 4, 2009 by  

Delta Member to Myth Makers: Snow Geese Aren’t ‘Winged Liver’

Bismarck, N.D.—Beneath a gun-metal-hued South Dakota sky, as thousands of barking snow geese vectored over him power-line high, Scott Doheny wasn’t thinking about transforming wild protein into a culinary tour de force, which, he says, is often the case. In fact, he wasn’t even thinking about slapping the trigger and putting some cold steel down range—the winged shock and awe above had pickled his brain.

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