North America’s Most Prestigious Waterfowl Conference
The North American Duck Symposium attracts academics, government and non-governmental biologists, consultants and professionals from around the world. Participants present and discuss current research and management issues of ducks worldwide, with the focus on North America. It’s a highly respected forum that’s advancing the future of conservation science.
The North American Duck Symposium is held every three years in a select Canadian or U.S. city.
The mission of the symposium is to advance the art and science of waterfowl conservation, management, education and research in North America by providing a regularly held forum for the presentation and discussion of information relating to ducks.
The vision of the North American Duck Symposium Board is that well-trained and well-informed educators, researchers and managers will ensure that effective management and conservation efforts sustain quality duck habitats and populations for wildfowling and other societal benefits today and for future generations.