Latest waterfowl Stories
Could North Dakota’s 30 Inches of “Duck Snow” Save Your Duck Season?
More Than 1,500 Pheasants, Quail, and Ducks Euthanized as Texas Confirms Bird Flu Outbreak at a Commercial Game Bird Operation
Avian Flu Spreads Across Southeastern U.S. and Beyond, Killing Hundreds of Wild Birds Along the Atlantic Flyway
At the End of My Slowest Duck Season Ever, All I Wanted for Christmas Was a Limit of Mallards
11 Tough, Purpose-Built Waterfowl Shotguns
Pennsylvania Farmer, Employee Face Federal Charges for Allegedly Poisoning Geese
Field & Stream Bought a $33,000 Duck Stamp Contest Entry. Here’s Why.
Are Duck Hunters Really Losing 1 in 5 Birds? Here’s How We Can Do Better
Hunting Scenes Are No Longer Required for Duck Stamp Artwork
Is the USFWS Low-Balling the Total Number of Duck Hunters in the U.S.?
Severe Drought Threatens California Waterfowl and Salmon
Everything We Thought We Knew About Snow Geese Was Wrong
Biologists Can Track Waterfowl Better Than Ever, Thanks to This New GPS Transmitter
The Annual North American Waterfowl Breeding Survey Is Canceled—Again. Here’s What It Means for Hunters
The Story of Black Duck Revival: “I Never Found a Place I Belong, So I’m Making One”
Browning’s Citori Shotgun Turns 50 Years Old