Bhead landing2Alaska Waterfowl Association is a local non-profit organization focused and dedicated to Waterfowlers and Wetland conservationist committed to the future of all waterfowl in Alaska.

Belonging to AWA is a great way to meet people who share the same passion in Waterfowling within Alaska. AWA wants to ensure that the future of the Waterfowling sport is carried forward through education, dedication, mentorship and leadership by sharing many techniques and tips with other members while enjoying the great outdoors. Whether you are a novice, expert, guide or interested in learning about the sport of Waterfowling, AWA has something to offer to everyone.

If you enjoy the spending time with other waterfowlers, passionate about chasing waterfowl, dedicated to the preservation of the waterfowling sport and the conservation of Alaska’s wetlands, then AWA might be for you. Click on the Brochure link to learn more about Alaska Waterfowl Assoc.

2014 AWA Brochure


AWA would like to thank Chris Montano Jr. for his art sponsorship. Click on the pictures to see more amazing wildlife pictures on his website.

Pair of Pintails



AWA is proud to announce that they are the new Sponsors for the Alaska Outdoors Directory Waterfowl Forum. Here many of our members, waterfowlers, and guides share proven techniques, tips, and strategies on pursing waterfowl across Alaska.


If interested in being an AWA sponsor, please contact us to discuss options.

We thank you for visiting.

Hugh Clark



Mission Statement

Dedicated to the preservation of the waterfowling heritage and conservation practices in Alaska. To help promote waterfowl hunting in a responsible and ethical manner by its members through Fellowship, Leadership, Mentorship, Education, and Dedication. To help preserve and ensure our rights to Alaska’s Waterfowling heritage and traditions within Alaska.

Vision Statement

Develop a brotherhood of Waterfowlers throughout the state of Alaska that share a common passion with waterfowling, conservation and the restoration of our natural resources. Willing to provide time, effort, finances, mentorship, leadership, commitment and support to promoting the waterfowling tradition. Ensuring we continue to educate our youth throughout Alaska in preserving the waterfowling heritage for future generations.