Delaware DU Greenwing Conservation Festival

Delaware Ducks Unlimited 2021 Virtual Greenwing Conservation Festival

The greenwing conservation festival has been a highly successful day of outdoor fun and wetlands conservation directed at educating the children that are the future of preserving and protecting the natural resources not only in Delaware but throughout North America.

A day for the youth to learn about conservation & outdoor activities. This program is free and includes a one-year Greenwing membership, lunch, and more! Due to COVID-19, the festival will be held virtually this year.

Sign up today!

Log in June 15!

• Archery demonstration

• Conservation education and wildlife management exhibits

• Retriever and bird dog demonstrations

• Duck banding demonstration

• DE State Police helicopters

• Delaware State Police fingerprinting

• Delaware Forestry Department

• Boating safety

• Fly fishing demonstration

• Build a bluebird box

• Build a wood duck box

• Decoy carving demonstration

• Gun safety and clay target shooting

• Archery safety and target shooting

• Air rifle safety and target shooting

Some activities might not appear this year due to virtual limitations*

Join in for a day of guaranteed fun!

We'll see you at 12613 Hunters Cove Road in Owens Station Greenwood, DE in 2022. For now, enjoy our virtual 2021 festival.


17th Annual Youth Duck Calling Contest

As one of our most popular contests, the annual duck calling contest is a great way to test out those developing vocal chords to find the best water fowl! Jump right in and prepare for a loud and fun time.


15th Annual Youth Decoy Carving Contest

Is your child a budding artist ready to make their first (or not so first) decoy? Have them sign up for the decoy carving contest for a fun time painting, carving, and working with wood! Puddle Ducks, Diver Ducks, Geese, and Confidence decoys will be the acceptable decoys for this competition. All decoy entries must be submitted prior to the event or brought to the event and registered by 10 am.



12th Annual Youth Wildlife/Outdoors Photography Contest

Have you ever wanted to take that perfect picture of your last catch but didn’t know where to start? This is your child’s opportunity to learn a thing or two about photography. Entries must be printed photo format, no smaller than 4×6 and no larger than 8×10. Photos must be of some form of wildlife, natural living plant, or outdoor natural scene.

Chris Donahue

Greenwing Chair

“My kids and I participate every year, they always have a blast. I would definitely recommend this event for anyone looking to spend time with loved ones while teaching them a thing or two about nature, especially considering this past year.”

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If you’re interested in displaying an exhibit at the event, becoming a sponsor, donating to the give-a-way bags, purchasing an ad in the event program, or for more general information/questions please contact Chris Donahue at (302) 893-0492 or email him at