Collegiate Waterfowl National Championship

Campus Waterfowl is excited to be hosting the 2021 Collegiate Waterfowl National Championship in partnership with Ducks Unlimited!! The Collegiate Waterfowl National Championship is a tournament that includes 64 colleges found all across the nation in each of the waterfowl flyways; the mission, to find the best college for waterfowl hunting and waterfowl hunters.

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2021 Collegiate Waterfowl National Championship Updated on April 9, 2021 @ 8:53am CST

ANNOUCEMENT: A custom FINISHER will be designed and available for pre-order for each of the FOWL FOUR colleges!! This is made possible through the craftmanship of @thefinisherofficial and the help from @ducksunlimitedinc!! Proceeds from the pre-orders will be donated to each of the FOWL FOUR's collegiate DU chapter.

Schedule

START END
Submission March 1 March 8
Round 1 March 11 March 18
Round 2 March 19 March 25
Round 3 March 26 April 1
Flyway Finals April 2 April 8
Fowl Four April 9 April 15
Championship April 16 April 22

 

FAQs

How were the schools selected to be in this year's CWNC?
The top 8 in each flyway were chosen based on the results of the 2020 Collegiate Waterfowl National Championship. The remaining 32 schools were nominated and voted on by Campus Waterfowl's community on social media then ranked based on the amount of times the schools were commented and liked.

How does a school advance to the next round?
Voting will occur each round using a voting program. The school with the most votes will advance to the next round.

Is the champion school actually the best waterfowl college in the nation?
Possibly 🤷‍♂️ - given the criteria to enter and advance to the next round, the champion school will be recognized as a very dedicated group of collegiate waterfowl hunters by the community and outdoor industry.

What is the best college for waterfowl in the country?
No clue, the proper research needs to done. Possible factors to consider would be the number of migratory birds in the area, land accessibility, number of collegiate waterfowl hunters, etc.