PRESERVE, Protect, and Promote
WATERFOWL, WATERFOWL HABITAT, AND WATERFOWL HUNTING
We teach folks about waterfowl, waterfowl conservation, sportsmanship, shooting, hunter safety, and waterfowling. We also study, advise, recommend, and secure enactment of legislation in the interest of waterfowl, their habitat, and waterfowl hunting.
Improve waterfowl habitat through various activities such as providing nesting, planting forage, cleaning garbage, and more. The WWA partners with the WDFW and with other conservation organizations to identify the needs of the birds and where our public waterfowl habitat can be best improved.
Volunteer our time and money to improve public access on public lands. Building blinds, cleared brush, and worked with local and state agencies to push to have projects of waterfowling access prioritized.
Provide education for kids and adults through our mentorship program and mentored hunts. Publish useful information pertinent to the waterfowl world in our newsletter. Local chapters get speakers and provide programs to educate our members on a wide variety of topics.
Act as the voice of the Washington waterfowler. Fight for public lands and hunters rights across the state. From submitting positions in public comment, to attending local government forums, to sitting on state advisory groups. The WWA works on the local, state, and federal levels to ensure that waterfowl and waterfowlers are represented.
Create an inclusive environment where people of similar interest can interact together. There are WWA events regularly all over the state of Washington. Members make life-long friends in our organization. The WWA is an entirely volunteer organization and many members will attest, you get out what you put in.
THE LATEST UPDATES
Getting started hunting waterfowl can be intimidating. We are developing a multi-part curriculum to help answer some of these questions. Follow our Instagram and Facebook pages for updates on class dates.
Samish Unit ADA Hunting Blinds and Access Improvements. Learn more >>