Ducktrip

Four states, 3319 miles and 2 Southerners seeking ducks.

Read the Article

Ducktrip

Four states, 3319 miles and 2 Southerners seeking ducks.

Tundra Swans

In 1962, Utah became the first state where Tundra Swans could be legally hunted since the passing of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918. In 1983, due to the significant increase in population, the Pacific Flyway prepared a long-term management plan for the western population of Tundra Swans.

New Zealand Waterfowl

While better known for big game hunting, New Zealand offers some great waterfowl opportunities, including some indigenous species sure to intrigue avid bird collectors looking for a new adventure.

My Boys

Tough love and time spent outdoors provided life paths for Clay and Field Hudnall.

The Kings of St. Paul

Almost 300 miles off the coast of Alaska, a 40-square mile volcanic island void of trees and vegetation sits in the middle of the Bering Sea. St. Paul Island, the largest of the Pribilof Islands, is one of the most unforgiving places a waterfowler could hope to visit in pursuit of North America’s holy grail of duck hunting. Somateria spectabilis. The King Eider.

Tennessee Trio

Together they bought an old duck shack, and loaded it with all the essentials needed to get them through two months of chasing green in the woods.