A lifelong waterfowl hunter, Nathan Fields’ fondness for the sport brought him to the doorstep of The Duck Hunters Organization. Beginning as a passionate volunteer in his home state of Indiana, he spent three years as a volunteer before applying his learned expertise to other chapters in the area in the role of regional director.
“What excites me most is continuing the traditions of duck hunting as well as preserving the resource to make sure that future generations will also get a chance to enjoy the sport of waterfowling,” Fields said.
Graduating with an associate degree in applied science from Vincennes University in Indiana, he has been a passionate waterfowler all of his life. When he is not working, you can find him on the lake, hunting, fishing, or “just enjoying the water.” His favorite form of hunting is field hunting cut corn out of an A-frame blind.
Fields works from his home base in Memphis, Indiana.