In 1997, Waterfowler.com launched the first Internet-based, real-time waterfowl migration tracking system. After a successful season of tracking and reporting of waterfowl in the Mississippi Flyway, Waterfowler.com expanded migration coverage to include the Central, Atlantic and Pacific Flyways in 1998.
As readership expanded to over 115,000 unique registered participants, so did the accuracy of Waterfowler.com’s reporting and tracking — earning accolades from industry peers such as Ducks Unlimited, Delta Waterfowl Foundation, Sports Afield, Field & Stream, and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
Over the years, Waterfowler.com has grown into one of hunting’s largest interactive member communities — providing in-depth, national coverage of the sport of waterfowl hunting.
Readers of Waterfowler.com have immediate access to the world of duck and goose hunting through news, features, product announcements; interactive discussion forums, real-time hunter reports and weekly migration tracking updates.
As a result of the successful membership program, in 2002, Waterfowler.com introduced an interactive GIS Migration Mapping System to aid in tracking migrating waterfowl. By 2004, the Migration Mapping System was syndicated to Ducks Unlimited, and revered as the Internet’s most advanced migration tracking tool. In it’s latest form, the migration map is driven by social media to map Migration Alerts through Twitter — distributing migration news online and to the cell phones of duck hunters everywhere.
Waterfowler.com provides a Membership opportunity that offers an adventure of interactivity, information and celebration of the grand traditions of waterfowl hunting.