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As the preeminent brand for avid ‘water-fowlers,’ Wildfowl provides best-practice hunting advice, habitat reports, flyway forecasts, conservation programs and updates on issues affecting waterfowl populations nationwide.

Quick Fact:
• The Wildfowl readers spend an average of 31.3 days hunting every year and over 4 hours each week training their dogs


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Editor & Publisher

Kali Parmley

Associate Publisher

Kali Parmley is the Editor-in-Chief of GUN DOG magazine and Backcountry Hunter magazine. Growing up in rural Ohio, Kali was an avid outdoor enthusiast, spending countless hours in the saddle camping along the trail with her horse, and watching her Grandfather raise and train English Setters. In her early 20s, she furthered her love of the outdoors and began her hunting career.

Kali has become an avid big game and bird hunter, focusing on do-it-yourself hunts on public land. After training her own Labrador Retriever, Lincoln, to hunt birds alongside her, Kali now travels across the United States doing what she loves: chasing wild animals in wild places.

Skip Knowles


A lifelong outdoors editor and writer, Knowles has hunted four continents at the helm of WILDFOWL, Predator Nation, as host of World of Beretta TV
and as contributor to other IMO pubs such as Guns & Ammo and Petersen's Hunting. A life spent in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest and Utah have given him a great passion for the West, but he loves about any type of waterfowl or big game hunting. He is also the world¹s greatest shot when nobody else is around.

Ryan Barnes

Associate Editor

Ryan Barnes is the Associate and Digital Editor for WILDFOWL Magazine. Growing up in Central Utah, Ryan was quickly introduced to the outdoors and the world of hunting. Going on deer hunts with his family became an annual tradition, and he fell in love with the outdoors and the pursuit of game. His eyes were truly opened, and his passion was found at age 12 when he killed his first duck. From there, the pursuit of waterfowl caught fire and fueled him to chase ducks and geese all over the country with his father. In college, he helped fund his tuition by guiding duck hunters on the Great Salt Lake, always making time to break away for a few hunts of his own. It was about that time Ryan began competing in goose and duck calling contests, having won multiple contests across the country.

Ryan spends much of his time reading the works of the great outdoor writers gone by. He favors the words of Jack O'Connor, Robert Ruark, and Van Campen Heilner, but says there will always be a special place on his bookshelves for anything that truly brings to light the beauty of ducks over a morning marsh.

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