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Massive flooding throughout the Midwest have hurt crops and could mean a slow duck season.Have Floods Killed Duck Hunting?

Have Floods Killed Duck Hunting?

Massive flooding throughout the Midwest have hurt crops and could mean a slow duck season.

David Hart

Is it really Is Wind Energy Killing Our Ducks?

Is Wind Energy Killing Our Ducks?

Is it really "great for the environment " if it's bad news for fowl?

Joe Genzel

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reported a breeding drop of nearly six percent from 2018.2019 Duck Numbers Still Healthy, But Fall Again

2019 Duck Numbers Still Healthy, But Fall Again

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reported a breeding drop of nearly six percent from

Lynn Burkhead

We discuss whether this tactic is just a competitive advantage or if it's killing our sport.Is Hunting Waterfowl in Flooded Corn Fair Chase?

Is Hunting Waterfowl in Flooded Corn Fair Chase?

We discuss whether this tactic is just a competitive advantage or if it's killing our sport.

David Hart

Don't lose your ducks! Managing the predator population has been proven to boost bird numbers.Predator Control to Boost Bird Numbers

Predator Control to Boost Bird Numbers

Don't lose your ducks! Managing the predator population has been proven to boost bird numbers.

Brad Fitzpatrick

David Hart breaks down the numbers and why you're seeing more specks overhead.The Specklebelly Boom

The Specklebelly Boom

David Hart breaks down the numbers and why you're seeing more specks overhead.

David Hart

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has now released their much anticipated 2018 duck numbers report.BREAKING: 2018 Duck Numbers Down, Still Healthy

BREAKING: 2018 Duck Numbers Down, Still Healthy

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has now released their much anticipated 2018 duck numbers

Lynn Burkhead

Todd Gifford isn't too interested in dove openers. Sept. 1 is the same day his Minnesota crowTime to Kill: 5 Reasons Why You Should Hunt Crows

Time to Kill: 5 Reasons Why You Should Hunt Crows

Todd Gifford isn't too interested in dove openers. Sept. 1 is the same day his Minnesota crow

Joe Genzel

It's not that the mallards aren't showing up anymore. Dave Crolick still sees them from his blindMissing Mallards Mystery

Missing Mallards Mystery

It's not that the mallards aren't showing up anymore. Dave Crolick still sees them from his

David Hart

When Captain Jeff Coates started hunting sea ducks on the big water of Chesapeake Bay back in 1991,Declining Sea Duck Populations Prompts Awareness

Declining Sea Duck Populations Prompts Awareness

When Captain Jeff Coates started hunting sea ducks on the big water of Chesapeake Bay back in

David Hart

 Canadian Geese are one of the few bird species that are able to digest grass, so they do well onResident Geese: Are There Too Many?

Resident Geese: Are There Too Many?

Canadian Geese are one of the few bird species that are able to digest grass, so they do well

David Hart

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