Delta Waterfowl launches advocacy service

Make your point – to the people who need to hear it. With the launch of a new online advocacy service, Delta Waterfowl members now have easy access to the decision-makers who affect the future of waterfowl and waterfowl hunting.
The new online service, called “Make Your Voice Count,” allows members and other interested hunters to better understand the issues that affect them. Users can receive action alerts, comment on legislation and evaluate administrative actions. With a few clicks of a mouse, service users can send a letter to the appropriate policymakers to let them where they stand on an issue. The service is free.
“There’s a lot at stake for waterfowl hunters in today’s world,” said Dr. Frank Rohwer, president of Delta Waterfowl. “This makes it easy for our tens of thousands of members to make their voices heard on everything from local hunting access to state and federal legislation.”
Delta partnered with Brent Willis, chief executive officer of Votility Inc., to develop the online tool. Willis is a passionate duck hunter.
“We developed this tool over a number of years as a way for organizations and their members to convey their positions directly to policymakers,” he said. “I am proud that Delta has chosen our product and we hope to help duck hunters everywhere make sure policymakers understand that ducks and duck hunters have a voice.”
While the Make Your Voice Count program is targeted to U.S.-based members, Delta Waterfowl is committed to issues on both sides of the border. Canadian members can contact Jonathan Scarth (, Delta’s senior vice president of policy, with any issues requiring assistance.
To find out more about how Delta can help you make your voice count, visit
Delta Waterfowl Foundation is a leading North American conservation organization, tracing its origins to the birth of the wildlife conservation movement in 1911. The Foundation supports research, provides leadership and offers science-based solutions to efficiently conserve waterfowl and secure the future of waterfowl hunting. Delta Waterfowl is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Bismarck, N.D.