You have joined a group of
waterfowl enthusiasts that enjoy keeping the
season going all year.
We are excited to
have you as a new member! Whether you are an old
hand and can
talk duck in your sleep, or a new hunter still trying to figure out
how to get your decoys to float right, we have a place in the club for you
and your family.
The Chapter is pretty
active with a handful of projects per year. These
provide chances to
explore new areas, fix up your favorite areas, and talk to members that have
hunted the area for over 40 years. We host Youth and Veterans hunts at local hunt clubs and private properties. We do these projects out of our own
coffers as well as with Migratory Bird Permit (aka Duck Stamp)
Funds, to help enhance our public lands to make them better for
waterfowl. The NW Chapter also has been busy over the last few years putting in new Blinds at the Samish and Farmed Island Units.
Post season there are always hunting area clean-ups and getting to our wood duck box installing and maintenance. We are able to do
these project because of people like you providing your knowledge, time,
and energy. So we look forward to having you and your family out with
meetings last about 1.5 to 2 hours. We strive to have
a guest speaker each month. These speakers cover many topics including,
WDFW Enforcement, Private Lands Program, Taxidermy, Dog Training and Swans. We also do a Chapter Duck Boat Show, so members get ideas on how to work
on their boat and outfit it for waterfowl hunting and safety.
WWA is a volunteer organization of waterfowl hunters and waterfowl conservationist. We are always looking for members that are willing to be engaged in events and activities that support the organization mission and objectives.
Thanks for your support!