https://whyy.org/articles/decades-fight-stop-refinery-delaware-wild-lands-protects-30000-acres/ So I have known about them since I was a small boy and never thought about it. This past year my wife asked me why don't you duck hunt in Delaware much? I said to her well its exceptionally hard to find a good blind for rent these days. I explained how over the years the state has bought up lots of the marsh and the rest is rented by people that don't give them up or there is waiting list to get on. I also said that some is owned by these people. I started thinking I have never heard of people getting to hunt their land. So thinking now between the marsh they own and the state... just how much is left? I know some hunt public marshes but myself have no patients for it as I did in my younger days. Here is my thoughts if you have a non-profit that is "Protecting" wildlands and wetlands and not letting people hunt... is it conservation or the smart sneaky way of taking away resources? ..... Food for thought... Also Delaware is thinking of leasing public property for deer hunting leases in Sussex county.