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Lancaster Delta Waterfowl Chapter - First Hunt Team


The future of our natural resources depends on the actions we take today and tomorrow. The efforts we make today have little impact without future conservation leaders taking a stand for wildlife conservation. Delta Waterfowl’s goal is to educate our youth to not only enjoy the outdoors but how to give back, and strive to build the conservation leaders of tomorrow. Our organization dedicated ourselves to provide opportunities for our youth and their families to share in these outdoor traditions and conservation efforts.

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Lancaster Chapter Youth Are Busy

Lancaster Chapter youth are active all year round. They learn safety, practice calling, practice shooting, go hunting, build wood duck boxes, carve decoys, clean up the comminity, and much more.

Decoy Carving Contests

If you are interested in learning to carve decoys, come to our next chapter meeting or contact us and we will put you in contact with one of our local carvers. 

Practice Shooting Skills and Gun Safety

Delta Days is an important successful event in the summer especially designed to expose youth to many outdoor interests Waterfowl Hunters love to do. Demos and hands on instruction. Archery, 22 Rifle, Trap Shooting, Decoy Painting, Goose Hunting, Duck Hunting, Trapping, Turkey Hunting, plus more. 

Hunting in the Field

A first hunt is a great way to get experience with a mentor and maybe bag your first goose or duck.

First Hunt Team

The First Hunt programs goal is to provide youth and their families the opportunity to experience the great outdoors and to further pursue their outdoor experiences. The hunts consist of an entire day of outdoor activities. We team up a youth and family with one of our mentors who will emphasize on fire arm safety, conservation, and hunting ethics. It is goal of the mentor is to share their personal hunting stories and knowledge of the outdoors to help provide and overall positive hunting experience.

First Duck Pin

Get your First Duck Pin Today!

Young hunters can receive a First Duck Pin by sending a letter detailing their first duck to:

Worth Mathewson
PO Box 130
Amity, Oregon 97101

(Important: Make sure to include your mailing address so we can mail you the pin!)

You can also send your photo and story to:

First Hunt Materials