Federal Duck Stamps Support Wetlands Conservation

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NRA News correspondent Cameron Gray talks to Laurie Shaffer of the Federal Duck Stamp Office at the NRA Great American Hunting & Outdoor Show 2010 in Westminster, Maryland. The Duck Stamp Office, part of the US Fish & Wildlife Service, was founded in 1934 to raise money for wetlands conservation. When validated, the commemorative stamps serve as hunting licenses and wildlife refuge admissions tickets, and 98 cents out of every dollar goes to sustaining the habitats of waterfowl.