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Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Wildfowlers' Annual Pheasant Dinner Banquet (scheduled for Wednesday, April 22), has been canceled.

We have a tentative rescheduled date for the Banquet on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 (at Traditions at the Links Banquet Hall if the Links has reopened by that date).
 
What I need to know ASAP is if the Banquet is a go on May 20, how many people who have already purchased their tickets will still come.  And also if you haven't purchased your tickets already, let me know if you are interested in tickets for the new date.
 
If there is not enough interest in the new date, we would have to cancel the event for this year.
 
Please respond ASAP via e-mail or phone.

 

Next Meeting is March 23, 2020, at 7:00 p.m.

Twin Trees Too, 1029 Milton Ave, Syracuse, NY 13204

 

Early in 1960, a small group of waterfowl enthusiast formed the Central New York Wildfowlers' Associations in an effort to establish a cohesive organization to promote a better understanding of the problems associated with waterfowl propagation.  Since that time, we have set many goals.

 
Accomplishments
 
Wildfowlers Association has released Mallard duckling throughout the Central New York Are.  Since organizing, the total has reached over 12,000.
 
In 1981, we started a scholarship fund to aid a graduate student at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry to further his/her education in environmental management.
 
Have purchased a marsh in Bridgeport that was turned over to the State of New York.
 
Currently we inspect and clean about 200 wood duck boxes every year.  Also, we work with the Boy Scouts to build wood duck boxes to be placed in area marshes every year.
 
We sponsor 10 children, 10-13 years of age and send them to the State Conservation Camp for one (1) week, and will now sponsor children for the DEC Environmental Camp.
 
Introduced and operated duck identification courses yearly graduating over 3,000 students.
 
Aided in acquiring the Francis Hueber property on Big Bay on the north shore of Oneida Lake, allowing state acquisition in order to complete plans for establishing the adjacent Three Mile Bay Wildlife Management Area.
 
Aided in funding the canalization of the Hamlin Marsh.
 
Funding research with Cornell University, studying best practices for placement of wood duck boxes, seeking optimum duckling production.  The study is conducted at the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge.
 
 

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ANNUAL PHEASANT DINNER BANQUET


 

Central New York Wildfowlers

58th Annual Banquet


Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Traditions at the Links

5900 North Burdick Street

East Syracuse, NY 13057


Cocktails – 6:00 p.m.

Pheasant Dinner – 7:00 p.m.




Contact Ron Falkowski at

315/440-8201 (cell) or ronfalkowski@netscape.net

for banquet tickets ($50.00 per person) 

or for more information.



**Tickets are limited.**

 

 

 

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