Memphis, Tenn. — Ducks Unlimited announced Wednesday afternoon that H. Dale Hall has been named the organization’s new chief executive officer. A former director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (2005-2009), Hall is widely respected as a visionary conservationist and one of the country’s most effective wildlife professionals.
“We are extremely pleased that Dale Hall is stepping into this key role for Ducks Unlimited,” said DU President John R. Pope. “Dale is a consummate conservation leader whose energy, vision and dedication will help our organization meet the serious challenges facing North America’s waterfowl. In light of increasing threats to the quantity and quality of our continent’s waterfowl habitat, he is uniquely qualified to lead DU at this critical juncture."