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Club news: Delta Waterfowl numbers rising

Created in 1911, North Dakota's research- and science-based organization now counts 40,000 members.

Updated: January 27, 2006, 8:50 PM ET
Fishing and Hunting News staff — Jan. 13, 2006

For most of its history dating back to 1911, North Dakota-based Delta Waterfowl could count its members pretty quickly, as in around 1,500 or so. But by the 1990s, as duck production continued to plunge, an army of individual duck hunters signed up in support of Delta's mission.

The research and science-based organization now counts its members in the 40,000 range.

A little history

Back in 1911 James Ford Bell, an employee of 3M and an avid duck hunter, came to realize that ...

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