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Public Land Isn't Our Land?

David Hart - August 18, 2016

Where he hunts depends on a number of factors, but one thing Land Tawney doesn't have to worry

State Regs Force Hunter to Build Creative Duck Blind

Mike Marsh - June 27, 2016

Phillip Merkel of Berrien Springs, Michigan, has been hunting with brother-in-law Richard Genung

USFWS Sets Waterfowling Limits Before the Hatch

P.J. Reilly - June 21, 2016

This past Spring, North'America's waterfowl did the same thing they've done for centuries:

Green Against Greenheads: The USFWS's Migratory Bird Management & Renewable Energy

David Hart - December 15, 2014

An internal memo sent to employees of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Region 8 office touched

Should We Revise Baiting Regulations?

David Hart - July 17, 2014

Most duck hunting rules are pretty simple; no shooting after sunset, your shotgun can't hold more

Read & React: Senate Bill to Raise the Price of Duck Stamp

Kyle Wintersteen - February 14, 2014

In 1991, the average price for a gallon of gas was $1.23; a gallon of milk was just $2.36; and a

Read & React: Government Shutdown Forces National Refuges to Close

Wildfowl Online Staff - October 01, 2013

Thought the government shutdown wouldn't hurt your hunting plans? Think again. According to the

'Duck Dynasty' Crew Battles with Animal Rights Activist Morrissey

Eric Conn - February 28, 2013

The ever-popular gents from Duck Dynasty have found their way into the limelight once

Habitat Decline Spurs Waterfowl Protection Programs

David Hart - July 30, 2012

Last season may have been one to remember, not only because a record number of ducks flew south,

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