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March 27, 2013

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January 15, 2013

As a former employee of DU, I would bet that Ducks Unlimited is the most corrupt non-profit in America. All of their good employees and lead volunteers have left; their membership nationwide has dropp... more

March 27, 2013

In response to Ducksupporter's comments, the numbers he quotes on membership and acres conserved are in error. This is exactly the kind of Koolaid DU gives it's volunteers.

If you really want to find out how bad DU is, go talk to someone that used to work for them. It does not bode well
for an organization when all former employees bad mouth the organization.

DU has become the laughing stock of the "critter" non profits. There are so many better, ethical organizations for you guys to volunteer for and support.

It's a miracle that Charity Navigator even gave them 2 stars.

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Badly

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None

Will you recommend this organization to others?

No

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

January 15, 2013

As a former employee of DU, I would bet that Ducks Unlimited is the most corrupt non-profit in America. All of their good employees and lead volunteers have left; their membership nationwide has dropped so low they will not publish the numbers; they cook their books so hard it would make the former CFO of Enron blush and their biologists understand that, because their projects are so small in scope, they have no impact on helping waterfowl - They simply can not handle "landscape" size initiatives like The Nature Conservancy. The only reason DU exists is to provide salaries to 6 executives, 50 support employees and about 40 biologists. Anyone who thinks DU really has a mission that involves waterfowl and wetlands conservation is just kidding themselves. It is so sad and unfortunate how the volunteers are duped. If any of the hunting magazines need information on waterfowl numbers or conservation, they go to Delta Waterfowl - DU has disappeared as an authoritative source. DU is truly a despicable and unethical organization.

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None

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No

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2009

February 20, 2013
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February 20, 2013
1 person found this review helpful

Referencing the highly inaccurate/deceptive review by Jack Reynolds on this site:

Per my research, there is no former DU employee by that name. DU is very proud of their 544,086 adult members found across the U.S., and does publish that figure quite regularly. DU financials are carefully
audited and verified each year. Further, DU's staff, supporters, partners and thousands of volunteers have conserved more than 13 million acres of wetlands and associated habitats in the organization's 76 years. DU is among the largest, mort effective and most respected conservation organizations in the world, and the more than 1/2 million members of DU couldn't be more proud. Those facts are accurate. Mr. Reynold's review is so inaccurate and misleading that it should be removed immediately as a false review.

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How does this organization compare with others in the same sector?

Very Well

How much of an impact do you think this organization has?

Life-changing

Will you recommend this organization to others?

Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2013

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