Tag Archive: Duck Stamp

Aug 29

Dollars for Ducks by Dan Ashe, Director, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

America’s Duck Factory is in trouble. Fortunately, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners are addressing the problem. A combination of economics and technology is threatening the Prairie Pothole Region, the vast swath of the northern Plains that is home to dozens of national wildlife refuges and is the nation’s prime duck habitat. …

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Aug 24

Friends Forward – Summer 2012

Friends Forward – Summer 2012 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service publication dedicated for Friends. This issues includes: Message from Jim Kurth, Refuge Chief Home Values Higher Near Refuges Conserving he Future Celebration Anniversary Planning with Friends Climate Change Concerns Visitors, Who Love Wildlife Refuges and much more!!! format: 12-page PDF size 3.5 MB Download

Jul 01

Time for a New Stamp: The next opportunity

A simple $15-purchase could be the easiest thing you can do to support a legacy of wetland and grassland conservation for birds. That purchase consists of a Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp – sometimes called the Federal Duck Stamp. The Stamp’s proceeds overwhelmingly go to secure valuable grassland and wetland habitat in the National Wildlife Refuge System.

Jun 25

New Pro-Stamp Group Website

Earlier this month, a new website for the Friends of the Migratory Bird/Duck Stamp was launched. This Friends Group has defined its role as the promotion, preservation, sales, and better understanding of the Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (commonly called the Duck Stamp).