About Us

Waterfowl U.S.A. was founded in January 1983 as the only national non-profit, conservation organization, dedicated to using funds in the areas in which they are raised for local and 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

Our Goals

    • Protect local wetland habitat
    • Restore drained wetlands
    • Educate the public on the importance of wetlands and habitat areas
    • Provide controlled hunting opportunities on selected properties
    • Contribute to the purchase of greenspaces for wildlife protection


Accomplishments

    • $10,000 contribution to wetlands restoration at Kankakee State Game Preserve, Indiana DNR
    • $10,000 donation for wetland restoration at the Leopold Wetlands Conservation Area, Waupun, WI.
    • Committee member Indiana Program group.
    • Owns and manages three (3) waterfowl habitat properties in Northwest Indiana totaling 400+ acres. They are the Jerry Allen Waterfowl Management Unit, the D. Thomas Sporre Wildlife Area, and the Don & Mary Roberts Wildlife Area.
    • Recipient of several annual environmental challenge grants sponsored by NiSource Inc.
    • Purchased and planted over 81 acres of warm season grasses; 10,000 hardwood trees and shrubs; and 4,000 Prairie Cord and Canada Blue Joint grasses all beneficial to various forms of wildlife.
    • Provide feed acreage over winter to sustain wildlife.
    • Constructed and placed numerous goose nesting platforms, wire mallard tunnel nests, and wood duck boxes on owned and private properties for waterfowl propagation.
    • Waterfowl U.S.A. Top Gun recipient since inception for the most successful chapter in accomplishments, habitat projects, and fundraising.
    • Contributor to funding of state representation at Mississippi Flyway Council meeting and GPS equipment for Waterfowl Survey Counts.











Address: PO BOX 500, Oak Forest, IL, 60452
Phone: +1 (803) 637-5767
Email: nwfusa@yahoo.com

National Waterfowl U.S.A. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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