Welcome to Waterfowl U.S.A
Waterfowl USA was established in January of 1983 as a national organization dedicated to reinvesting locally raised funds back into the local & state waterfowl projects. It was founded by biologists for the purpose of preserving and improving wintering and breeding habitat within the United States. There was, and still is, a tremendous need to fund waterfowl projects on the local level. Therefore, local and state fund-raising chapters are being organized to lead the way in restoring waterfowl enjoyment.
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National Board of Directors
Wounded Veteran Hunt
Each year, the Northwest Indiana Chapter of Waterfowl U.S.A. teams up with select organizations to provide a goose hunt with the chapter at their annual Horicon Marsh Goose Hunt.
During the 2013 waterfowl hunting season, Mark Felton was chosen for the hunt.
Mark wrote a short story about his hunting experience and we would like to share his story with you. If you would like to read about Marks story, click here.
Hunt of a Lifetime
The Northwest Indiana Chapter of Waterfowl U.S.A. works with the Hunt Of A Lifetime Foundation, a nonprofit organization with a mission to grant hunting & fishing adventures and dreams for children age 21 and under, who have been diagnosed with life threatening illnesses.
During the 2013 Waterfowl season, Kyle Bartolini was chosen for the hunt. We would like to thank Kyle for the memorable hunt and also for taking the time to write us about his hunt.
If you would like to read Kyle’s story about his goose hunt in Wisconsin, Click Here for Kyle’s Goose Hunting Story