Puddle ducks, also known as dabblers, are in a group that tips up the tail when feeding.
They also have large, powerful wings for vertical take-off, and their legs are positioned near the center of the body for easier movement on land.
A colored wing patch, usually iridescent and called a speculum, is also unique to the puddle duck.
Field target shooting was imported into the US from England, and was originally hosted stateside by only a handful of small clubs across the country. As more shooters joined the legions of devoted weekend "hunters", there appeared a need for a national organization to oversee the growth of the sport. Thus, the AAFTA was born in 1987 to manage the sport.
Type of Organization
A governing body to establish rules and guidelines and to assist subordinate chapters.
The American Airgun Field Target Association is established for the purpose of promoting field target shooting clubs in the United States.