Defend the Hunt
Working For — and With — You
Delta works diligently to address threats to duck hunting, as well as to create new opportunities to serve waterfowl hunters. This work takes place in city council offices, state legislatures and provincial ministries, and all the way to the leadership of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of the Interior and Canadian Wildlife Service.
Delta’s voice and perspective is amplified by our members and volunteers who, working with Delta’s policy staff, can be credible and authentic spokespeople for duck hunters in their communities. It is an incredibly powerful and effective model.
Delta Waterfowl serves as The Voice of the Duck Hunter. Here are a few recent examples of how we have made a difference for hunters.
- 2018 In Review
- Delta Assists Local Waterfowl Hunters on Gravelly Bay in Ontario
- Alberta Lowes Hunting Age to 10
- Modernization of Migratory Bird Regs in Canada
- Sunday Hunting in Virginia
- Sunday Hunting North Carolina
- 2018 Farm Bill Includes Numerous Delta Supported Initiatives
- Delta Restores & Expands Hunting Opportunities in Kansas
- Delta Saves Historic Hunting Area (Sussquehana Flats)
- Canada Proposes Increased Fees, Stamps, Etc.
- Delta Volunteers Rescue Hurrican Harvey Victims
- Manitoba Reduces Hunting Age to 10
- Alberta Camp Inspires Future Waterfowlers
- Delta Adds R3 Coordinator
- Delta Waterfowl Joins Board of Council to Advance Hunting & Shooting Sports
- Expanding Hunting Access on USFWS Wildlife Refuges
- Delta Waterfowl Joins Amicus Brief in Catahoula Lake Court Case
- Free First Time Hunter Safety & Licenses in PEI
- Fight Against Reduced Atlantic Flyway Mallard Limits
- Devney Named to Hunting & Shooting Sports Conservation Council
- Newfoundland Lowers Hunting Age to 12
- Delta Waterfowl Applauds Manitoba’s New Grow Program
- Wildlife Habitat Canada Grant Promotes Hunter Recruitment