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Hunters: For Love of the Land

Related Links

Ducks Unlimited
Created out of concern about habitat that disappeared during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s, Ducks Unlimited is now one of the nation’s premier hunting and conservation organizations.

Federal Duck Stamp Program
See the winning artwork selected for the 75th Federal Duck Stamp, and learn more about the program.

National Wildlife Refuge System
Locate a refuge near you and explore some of the 96 million acres (39 million hectares) within the system.

State and Territory Wildlife Action Plans
These plans, compiled by the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, outline strategies across the country to preserve wildlife and habitat.


Dolin, Eric Jay, and Bob Dumaine. The Duck Stamp Story. Krause Publications, 2000.

Reiger, John F. American Sportsmen and the Origins of Conservation, 3rd ed. Oregon State University Press, 2001.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2006 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation: National Overview Preliminary Findings. May 2007.

NGS Resources

Ehrlich, Greta. “Last Days of the Ice Hunters.” National Geographic (January 2006), 78-106.

Chadwick, Douglas H. “Return of the Gray Wolf.” National Geographic (May 1998), 72-99.

Chadwick, Douglas H. “Sanctuary: U.S. National Wildlife Refuges.” National Geographic (October 1996), 2-35.

Cluttonbrock, T. H. “Red Deer and Man.” National Geographic (October 1986), 538-55.

Madson, John. “North American Waterfowl: Troubles and Triumphs.” National Geographic (November 1984), 562-99.

Grove, Noel. Wild Lands for Wildlife: America’s National Refuges. National Geographic Books, 1984.

Eliot, John L. “Roosevelt Country: T. R.’s Wilderness Legacy.” National Geographic (September 1982), 340-63.

Kilbon, Roland. “Born Hunters, the Bird Dogs.” National Geographic (September 1947), 369-98.