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Call or email Communications Administrator Erik Bergren at 916-648-1406 ext. 114 or email@example.com.
CWA's all new "Save it for the Blind" Podcast announced!
California Waterfowl proudly presents the Save it for the Blind podcast! Dive into the world of duck hunting, conservation, and legislation. With excellent guests and all things waterfowl being discussed. Come see or listen to CWA personnel and others discuss the duck blind and more.Read More
An excellent nationally published article on the Klamath Basin
"A PLEA FOR WATER & HABITAT IN THE KLAMATH BASIN" Written by Shawn Swearingen and Jordan Rash - Helping to point a nationally based focus on the travesty at the Klamath Basin and its importance to the Pacific Flyway and beyond. Please read this story published through Mossyoak.com and shared through our news site for the entire article.Read More
Fall issue on its way to members
The Fall issue of California Waterfowl will soon be landing in members’ mailboxes. This issue is jampacked with excellent articles and informative stories!Read More
Cal Waterfowl Proudly Presents Purina as Premier Alliance Partner
California Waterfowl is pleased to welcome Purina and its Purina Pro Plan brand as CWA’s latest Alliance Partner.Read More
2023 CWA Board of Director's Proxy Vote
The Board of Director's Proxy Vote is officially open for three openings. We have a group of highly capable and qualified candidates that have been nominated to join the Board of Directors at California Waterfowl.Read More
San Jacinto & Imperial Wildlife Area public hunters! Join CDFW to listen in and participate.
If you are a public lands hunter in either the San Jacinto or Imperial Wildlife area this is your time to participate in a call with the CA Department of Fish & Wildlife. Please use the prompts to participate.Read More
Summer issue on its way to members
The Summer issue of California Waterfowl will soon be landing in members’ mailboxes. This issue is jampacked with excellent articles and informative stories!Read More
$1.8 million grant awarded for cooperative Palo Verde project in SoCal
The proposed project will significantly upgrade and restore a total of 500 acres of seasonal wetlands, managed uplands and riparian habitats on the Palo Verde Ecological Reserve, which is adjacent to the Colorado River.Read More