Statement of Purpose 

Waterfowl USA was established in January of 1983 as a national organization dedicated to reinvesting locally raised funds back into the local & state waterfowl habitat projects.

  1. To create interest in preserving and improving the remaining wetland waterfowl habitat within the United States.
  2. To organize local groups of concerned biologists, sportsmen, and bird enthusiasts dedicated to preserving our American waterfowl heritage.
  3. To educate the public to the importance of the conservation of waterfowl and the preservation of wetland habitat within the United States.
  4. To educate our youth in good conservation practices.
Waterfowl U.S.A.'s primary focus is to raise funds for the direct benefit of waterfowl and wetland habitat. Examples of approved projects include waterfowl management research, habitat acquisitions, conservation education, development of refuges, planting food sources for waterfowl, the establishment of resident populations of ducks and geese, and building, erecting and maintaining nesting structures.

Waterfowl U.S.A. was incorporated in Edgefield, South Carolina in January 1983 as a tax exempt, non-profit organization and approved under IRS statute 501(C)3. Since its founding, over 60,000 conservationists from all 50 states and many foreign countries have joined and supported Waterfowl U.S.A.

Address: PO BOX 500, Oak Forest, IL, 60452
Phone: +1 (803) 637-5767

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

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