Here’s a unique opportunity to magnify your support for The Duck Hunters Organization while etching your name in the history of Delta Waterfowl alongside conservation giants such as James Ford Bell, Aldo Leopold and H. Albert Hochbaum.
Delta Waterfowl: How The Duck Hunters Organization Shaped Waterfowl Conservation in North America is a splendid 288-page hardcover book packed with historical photos and stories chronicling more than a century of Delta’s conservation work for ducks and duck hunters.
Whether you’re a member, donor or supporter, it’s your story, too. So for a limited time, we’re offering three special opportunities for your name to appear in the first book ever produced that highlights the complete story of Delta Waterfowl. The commemorative book is slated for release in spring 2021.
Act now! This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of Delta Waterfowl’s history expires Nov. 15, 2020.
About the Book: Delta Waterfowl’s history is the story of waterfowl conservation in North America.
A humble, yet hugely impactful conservation organization with origins dating to 1911, Delta Waterfowl has an incredible record of working for ducks and duck hunters for the past 110 years. Delta Waterfowl leaders were instrumental in passing the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, creating the Federal Duck Stamp, establishing the Delta Waterfowl Research Station and creating key duck production and habitat programs such as Predator Management, Hen Houses and Working Wetlands.
Yet, throughout most of its history, Delta Waterfowl has existed in relative obscurity, largely unheralded outside of waterfowl education and management circles. Too few people know who we are, and more importantly, how Delta has impacted waterfowl conservation in North America.
So now, we’re proud to present Delta Waterfowl: How The Duck Hunters Organization Shaped Waterfowl Conservation in North America. It’s our unique story chronicling more than a century of conservation work for ducks and duck hunters. Whether you are a member, donor, supporter, or if you simply enjoy the sights and sounds of cupped wings on a crisp fall morning, it’s your story, too.