The Federal Duck Stamp Office

The Federal Duck Stamp Office has a very informative website on the history, development, and functions of the Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation [Duck] Stamp.

The Junior Duck Stamp Program

For information of the Junior Duck Stamp program, run by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to recognize the conservation efforts of young people and support environmental and conservation education programs in the United States.

The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission (MBCC)

The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission (MBCC), established in 1929, considers for purchase or lease properties to be secured for the National Willdife Refuge System through the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund (MBCF), the fund where Stamp revenue is held.

National Wildlife Refuge Association

The National Wildlife Refuge Association (NWRA) regularly writes, promotes, and supports the Stamp and its investment.


Your website to help you and your group find inspiration, motivate others, and have the knowledge and skills to meet the challenges you face as you support wildlife conservation, your community, the local refuge, and the Refuge System.

Ducks Unlimited

Ducks Unlimited (DU) regularly posts news on the Stamps.

Delta Waterfowl

Delta Waterfowl will regularly write about and support Stamp promotion and activity.


Flyways.US is the website for the North American Flyway Councils, but it's more than that. It's a resource for the waterfowl managers across the continent, including surveys and monitoring, waterfowl status, waterfowl ID, regulations and harvest, and Duck Stamp information.

National Duck Stamp Collectors Society

The National Duck Stamp Collectors Society promotes and encourages the collecting and study of migratory waterfowl hunting and conservation stamps.

Directory of Migratory Bird Joint Ventures

A Joint Venture (JV) is a collaborative, regional partnership of government agencies, non-profit organizations, corporations, tribes, and individuals that conserves habitat for priority bird species, other wildlife, and people.  Since the first Joint Venture was established in 1987, JV partnerships have invested $5 billion to conserve 17.3 million acres of critical habitat.

Last link check: 21 June 2013.