Hours

Saturday, November 19th, 2016

DU Oyster Roast & Auction:

Saturday:  6pm - 9pm

Doors Open 5:45

Oysters Served 6:15 

6:00pm 

Saturday, November 19th, 2016

The Fair Barn

Pinehurst NC 


Oyster Roast

&

Down East Seafood Feast

SORRY - We have SOLD OUT for the 5th Year in a Row - Be Sure to get your tickets early next year.

Established in 1937, Ducks Unlimited is the world leader in wetlands conservation.


Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. Since its formation, DU has conserved more than 13.2 million acres of waterfowl habitat in North America. These wetlands and marshes also benefit a multitude of other wildlife, plants, and people. 

With the support of grassroots volunteers, a minimum of 80% of revenue goes directly towards habitat conservation.
 
Your contributions at work in North Carolina as of 1/1/14:
Number of DU members in NC 25,576
106,612 total ACRES CONSERVED in NORTH CAROLINA.
Technical assistance given on 49,115 acres in NC
$21,734,161 dollars invested in NC projects.


2016 CONSERVATION UPDATE

Number of DU members in NC 33,400

129,000 total ACRES CONSERVED in NORTH CAROLINA

$25 Million Plus dollars invested in NC projects.
North Carolina provides critical habitat for waterfowl produced in the prairies, Great Lakes and eastern Canada. In addition, the state winters upwards of 80 percent of the continental tundra swan population. DU has invested more than $25 million and conserved nearly 129,000 acres in North Carolina wetlands and other key habitats.

DU and its partners have protected more than 19,000 acres through conservation easements or public acquisition, and restored or enhanced more than 110,000 acres of wetland habitat on both public and private lands.

 DU focuses on habitat conservation to provide waterfowl the resources they need across the continent, but providing hunters with improved and increased opportunities to hunt is also vitally important. DU projects on public lands like the Butner-Falls of the Neuse, Futch, Goose Creek, Texas Plantation, Roanoke River Wetlands, North River, and White Oak game lands and Mattamuskeet, Pea Island, Great Dismal Swamp and Alligator River national wildlife refuges enhance public hunting opportunities.

 Ducks Unlimited’s goal is to secure the future of waterfowl in North Carolina and throughout North America. By strategically focusing on local and breeding-ground conservation efforts, DU hopes to improve waterfowling opportunities and wetlands for waterfowl, other wildlife and the citizens of North Carolina.



oyster roast

&

Down East Seafood Feast