Assemblymember Cecilia Aguiar-Curry toured a farm-country field today to see firsthand how cover crops can provide incredible nesting habitat for California's mallards (and gadwalls and red-winged blackbirds).
News Camps & Clinics
California Waterfowl is pleased to team up with Kids Outdoor Sports Camp to give away four FREE five-day camp experiences this summer!
News Press release Wetland restoration
A federal commission approved nearly $2 million in grants to fund California Waterfowl projects in the Imperial Valley and Central Coast.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation announced last week that it would be allocating only 33,000 acre-feet from the Klamath Project this year - an amount that will leave the Klamath Basin's farmers, national wildlife refuges and salmon runs in dire straits.
The Herald and News today featured an article by Alex Schwartz detailing the impending water crisis...
APRIL 7, 2021―California Waterfowl’s Board of Directors took action last week on an issue of great c...
News Press release
March 16, 2021—California Waterfowl is deeply saddened by the passing on Monday of Stephen D. Bechtel Jr., a dedic...
Herald and News reporter Alex Schwartz reports on CWA's efforts to purchase water rights for the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.
Newspaper article: Botulism could decimate California wild ducks again. How hunters are trying to save them
Sacramento Bee reporter Ryan Sabalow writes about California Waterfowl's efforts to secure water rights for the Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge.
News Advocacy Mallards
California lawmakers have introduced two new bills that would benefit local waterfowl conservation e...
Obstacles are different, but the consensus is the same: It's worth it to start waterfowl hunting. Co...
News Gear Guide
California Waterfowl staff members love duck and goose hunting as much as you do. As dedicated water...
Here’s how we’re fighting for wetlands, waterfowl and hunting. Presented by Federal Premium Ammunit...
News Wetland restoration Advocacy Waterfowl Mallards
A new plan calls for nearly doubling brood-supporting wetland acreage in the Central Valley, and for substantially increasing nesting habitat in the Sacramento Valley.
The successful Delayed Wheat Harvest Incentive Program paid farmers to delay harvesting and let mall...
News Advocacy Waterfowl Klamath
One of the federal policy actions driving the lack of water for the Lower Klamath NWR is the develo...