Waterfowl are a continentally shared resource, and Ducks Unlimited has worked across North America since 1937 to ensure a strong future for ducks and for waterfowlers. By contributing to DU's regional fundraising initiatives, you will be supporting the priority breeding, migration and wintering habitats vital to North America's Waterfowl populations.
The regional initiative below, was created to connect people and resources with critical habitats, and recognize our region's role in sustaining the future of waterfowl and in achieving DU's vital mission.
View for more information about Completing the Cycle Initiative.
The success of Ducks Unlimited is due to the dedication of thousands of volunteers like you. Your energy and efforts directly affect the future of our precious wetlands and waterfowl populations.
We need your experience, commitment, energy and ideas! Become a Ducks Unlimited volunteer today! The future of our waterfowl depends on you.
If you are interested in volunteering please contact: Regional Director, Ray Ilg or call him directly @ 603-748-3111
This illustration below is intended for informational purposes only and the features depicted herein are not intended to be relied on as a survey, directional map, or legal instrument. Ducks Unlimited disclaims any liability associated with the use or misuse of this information. Please consult state and/or federal wildlife agencies for hunting regulations specific to any public hunting area in your state.
Delivering Continental Conservation for Wetlands and Waterfowl
Ducks Unlimited takes a continental, landscape approach to wetland
conservation. Since 1937, DU has conserved more than 13 million acres
of waterfowl habitat across North America. While DU works in all 50 states,
the organization focuses its efforts and resources on the habitats most
beneficial to waterfowl.
Stretching from the Arctic tundra of Baffin Island to the Caribbean, the
Atlantic Flyway spans more than 3,000 miles.
The easternmost flyway is composed of the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia; the Canadian provinces of Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec; and the territory of Nunavut.
The Atlantic is the most densely populated of the four flyways and many waterfowl habitats in this region are threatened by development and urban sprawl.
DU and its partners have conserved almost 500,000 acres of waterfowl habitat in the Atlantic Flyway to date.