Kaitlin Lospinoso’s photo of her with her first ever wood duck is the Carolina Sportsman Photo of the Month for January, 2021. For winning the January contest Kaitlin is eligible to receive a prize package […]
Eight-year-old Levi Branch of Lumberton, N.C. is the Carolina Sportsman photo of the week for the second week of January 2021. He killed his first wood duck this month. Great job Levi!
A limited number of free wood duck boxes will again be available to private landowners and other qualified applicants this fall through a partnership between the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and the State Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. Interested individuals can apply for the available boxes via the SCDNR website (see link below). […]
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with the S.C. State Chapter of Ducks Unlimited and the S.C. Department of Corrections, will continue the construction and distribution of wood duck boxes this winter. […]
It may seem early, but wood ducks will soon be nesting again in the swamps and flooded bottomlands of the Carolinas. Hunters and land managers with a collection of duck boxes scattered around their properties should revitalize them to promote favorable nesting opportunities. […]
In the mid-1970s, North Carolina was home to relatively few native wood ducks. That began to change when a “shop” teacher at Western Alamance High School put his students to work building and selling wood duck boxes.