Lancaster Delta Waterfowl Chapter

Welcome to the internet home of the Lancaster PA Delta Waterfowl Chapter. Read more about Delta and our chapter.

Delta Waterfowl Members from Three Local Chapters Converge at Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area to Enhance Conservation Efforts

Waterfowl Migration Update February 11th: Snow goose numbers have dropped with snowfall in the area. Tundra swans and Canada geese numbers are holding strong but Snow goose numbers are down. The weather will play a role this week in snow goose migration patterns, but their numbers could pick up later in the week after the current weather system moves through. Snow Geese: 2,500 Tundra Swans: 500 Canada Geese: 2,500

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EARN A SCHOLARSHIP

LANCASTER CHAPTER OF DELTA WATERFOWL RON KNEISLEY SCHOLARSHIP 

The Lancaster Chapter of Delta Waterfowl plans to award two (2) scholarships in an amount not to exceed $500 per scholarship, to students who are at least 16 years old, who are current students or graduates of a Lancaster County or York County high school and who plan to pursue a career related to waterfowl, wetlands conservation or wildlife science 

OUR VETERANS

Our vets program continues to grow. Served or currently serving and wish to go into the field to hunt and/or fish with some of our members? Please give us a shout. We are proud to share the fields and water with you. We appreciate you guys and gals and a big "Thank You" goes out to all the members of the Armed Services, active or retired, that risk their lives to protect us daily! 

First Hunt

It is never too late to learn about waterfowl hunting and conservation.  Our First Hunt program offers many opportunities for youth and interested adults to be exposed to water fowling culture.  Each participant is mentored by a seasoned hunter and educated about the outdoors safety, waterfowl hunting tactics and identification.