Wood Duck Society Membership
Join our group of 600-plus Wood Duck Society [WDS] members from across the country by joining today.
Wood Duck Society members receive the Wood duck Newsgram, published three times a year [March, July, November]. The Newgram contains great articles and fabulous pictures from dedicated experts to everyday wood duck enthusiasts. Learn tips and facts about wood ducks, their nest-boxes, management and observation. Member or not, you can join us at our annual meeting every March to share stories and hear special guests! The annual meeting is posted on this website and in appropriate Newsgrams.
To become a member of the WDS and receive the Wood Duck Newsgram, Click here to print out a membership form or you can just send your $20.00 annual membership fee with your name and address to the address below:
Wood Duck Society
c/o Lloyd Knudson
5581 129th Drive N.
Hugo, MN. 55038
Membership contact, Lloyd: Email
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The Wood Duck Society is operated by unpaid volunteers.
Membership fees cover the publication of the Wood Duck Newsgram, and other wood duck related events throughout the calendar year.
Donations are Welcome
The Wood Duck Society is non profit 501c3 certified. Your donation is tax exempt and helps us in our mission to educate the public about sound management of wood duck populations, through this website, the Wood Duck Newsgram and event throughout the year. Thank you.
Newsgram Editorial Policy
The Wood Duck Newsgram is a computer-generated publication. The editors are unpaid volunteers. To make their jobs easier, the editors prefer to receive correspondence, articles and photos by email. Articles that are submitted by regular US mail should be typed.
Good pictures, particularly those with high contrast, are especially welcomed. Please limit manuscripts to 500 words or less. The editorial committee reserves the right to edit an article’s content and length.
The Newsgram is not a technical magazine but we are interested in facts about wood ducks. The society does not endorse commercial products but does acquaint readers with procedures that they may wish to try. At the annual meetings the society encourages designers of wood-duck related products to exhibit their wares.