Ducks Unlimited has a unique online film series presented in the spring and summer, six films in six months. Each production features exciting hunting footage with a genuine story about waterfowl hunters who are passionate about hunting and giving back to the resource.
The first DU film of the 2017 season visits three generations of duck hunters sharing cherished traditions and valuable life lessons amid the flooded fields and timber of Arkansas. Retriever trainer Mike Stewart and Deke, the DU Dog join the hunt.
Stewart commented, "Wingshooters, especially waterfowlers, take away a lot of different things from the sport. For us it's the retrieve. We live for the retrieve. We're there for the dogs. They're our companions and we want them to have a blast out there as well. And, when we're bringing young people into the sport, that's the future. That's going to be the legacy. That's going to be the heritage."
Watch the film at www.ducks.org/dufilms, as well as the previous timeless films, and check in each month for the next offering. Ducks Unlimited, www.ducks.org, is the world leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation.