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CNY WILDFOWLERS ASSOCIATION
PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN
PROUD TO HUNT
Dues are now being accepted.  Please mail a $10.00 check to:
 
       CNY Wildfowlers
       P.O. Box 241
       North Syracuse, NY  13212
 
We will be participating in the New York Sportsman's Expo at the NYS Fairgrounds on 1/28 through 1/30.  Please stop out and let us know how your waterfowl season went.
 
Day
Hours
​Friday, January 282022
​12:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturday, January 29, 2022
​9:00am - 7:00pm
​Sunday, January 302022
 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Adults (ages 13 to 64) $12
  • Seniors, Military, Police & Children (ages 6-12) $10
  • Children (6 and under) FREE

           *Police, Firemen, Military ID is required for discount

 

 
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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