The Future of Wetland Ducks Unlimited Wisconsin Conservation: Ducks Unlimited Wisconsin’s Vision”

Ducks Unlimited has a daring vision…wetlands enough to cover the sky with waterfowl in the near future, today and for the rest of time. They provide habitat for many species of other species of wildlife as well as environmental benefits for humans. From providing opportunities for recreation and clean water to protecting the shoreline Wetlands are essential for us all.

The Regional Fundraising Initiatives of Ducks Unlimited depicted on this map connect conservation-minded organizations and individuals as well as their assets across the globe with the waterfowl and wetland conservation issues of most need. If you contribute to the regional Ducks Unlimited Wisconsin efforts of DU you are helping to preserve the habitats of greatest importance which are vital to the North American waterfowl population.

The regional initiatives incluDucks Unlimited Wisconsin ded in Ducks Unlimited Wisconsin two crucial priorities are:


The Alaska Initiative – Born to Fly

The protection of one of the most stunning habitats for brood-rearing and breeding waterfowl – the vast deltas and wetlands of Alaska. Alaskan wilderness.

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Boreal Forest Initiative

The North American Boreal Forests is among the largest functional, intact ecosystem that encompasses over a million Ducks Unlimited Wisconsin half acres of pure forests and wetlands, lakes, streams and rivers.

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Great Lakes Initiative

Protection of the water bodies of the Great Lakes and conserving critical habitat for numerous species of waterfowl Ducks Unlimited Wisconsin rely on the vast lake throughout their entire life.

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Living Lakes Initiative

The conservation of Minnesota as well as Iowa’s wetland as well as shallow lakes as crucial step-stones for waterfowl moving between northern and southern wintering breeding grounds every year.

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Preserve Our Prairies Initiative

The conservation of North America’s most-important waterfowl nesting habitat, and the