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David Sparks Ph.d DU TV
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: July 06, 2017

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I got an email that sent me to the website for Ducks Unlimited TV, www.ducks.org/dutv. When I arrived at the site I saw some of the most beautiful photography, obviously featuring waterfowl, that I have ever seen. Ducks Unlimited TV is the longest running waterfowl hunting show on television, and it returned to the air for its 21st season last week. The show will air four times a week on the Pursuit Channel and on the Ducks Unlimited website at www.ducks.org/dutv.

This season, viewers say goodbye to long-time host Wade Bourne, who passed away in December. Wade had appeared on the DU TV show since 2004, sharing waterfowling adventures from across North America and passing on his knowledge and experience to legions of hunters. Field Hudnall and Ainsley Beeman continue their co-hosting roles, joined this season by Ashley Ward, DU’s manager of event marketing. Each week, one of the hosts visits a waterfowling hot spot in search of the best hunting experiences in North America. They also look for stories about the people working to preserve those experiences through habitat conservation.

This season’s episodes include an epic goose hunt in Saskatchewan; banding ducks in Montana; hunting and fishing in Missouri with Dude Perfect; a multi-generation duck hunt in Louisiana; a DU college chapter hunt in Tennessee; a Texas adventure with DU’s new president, Rogers Hoyt, Jr., and an Arkansas outing with DU Greenwing members.

Each episode includes tips and tactics from the experts: retriever training with Mike Stewart, shooting with Phil Bourjaily, calling tips with Buck Gardner and Slayton Gearin and conservation news and information with DU CEO Dale Hall.Ducks Unlimited TV, the longest running waterfowl hunting show on television, returns to the air for its 21st season beginning June 26. The show will air four times a week on the Pursuit Channel and on the Ducks Unlimited website at www.ducks.org/dutv.

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