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When the first waves of ducks arrived at Lower Klamath Basin NWR in September, they were met by anHow the Western Drought is Affecting Waterfowl Habitat Conservation

How the Western Drought is Affecting Waterfowl Habitat Conservation

David Hart - January 08, 2014

When the first waves of ducks arrived at Lower Klamath Basin NWR in September, they were met...

So you've been thinking about starting your own Duck Dynasty? It's a wonderful time to be aU.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Releases 2013 Duck Numbers

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Releases 2013 Duck Numbers

Wildfowl Online Staff - July 18, 2013

So you've been thinking about starting your own Duck Dynasty? It's a wonderful time to be a

Green energy may be good for the environment, but a growing number of scientists are concerned itKilling Them Softly: How Wind Turbines Affect Waterfowl Nesting

Killing Them Softly: How Wind Turbines Affect Waterfowl Nesting

David Hart - June 10, 2013

Green energy may be good for the environment, but a growing number of scientists are concerned...

For the second straight year in 2012, the waterfowl population hit an all-time high. But don't beBiggest Threats to Duck Populations in 2013

Biggest Threats to Duck Populations in 2013

Kyle Wintersteen - May 08, 2013

For the second straight year in 2012, the waterfowl population hit an all-time high. But don't...

They aren't going to win any beauty contests, at least not at first glance. Gadwalls don't have aGadwall Duck Populations Soar; Hunters Take Notice

Gadwall Duck Populations Soar; Hunters Take Notice

David Hart - November 26, 2012

They aren't going to win any beauty contests, at least not at first glance. Gadwalls don't...

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announced the winner of its 2012 Federal Duck StampFish & Wildlife Service Announces Federal Duck Stamp Winner

Fish & Wildlife Service Announces Federal Duck Stamp Winner

Wildfowl Online Staff - October 19, 2012

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announced the winner of its 2012 Federal Duck Stamp


As dawn broke gray and cold over the Wye River East in Maryland, Jayson Wilt and his 11-year-oldReturn of the King: Canvasback Population Rebounding

Return of the King: Canvasback Population Rebounding

Brad Fitzpatrick - September 10, 2012

As dawn broke gray and cold over the Wye River East in Maryland, Jayson Wilt and his...

Every job has its drawbacks, but as a contract trapper for Delta Waterfowl, Brian Poncelet oftenSkunk Wranglers: Delta Trappers Target Skunks Eating Duck Eggs

Skunk Wranglers: Delta Trappers Target Skunks Eating Duck Eggs

David Hart - September 10, 2012

Every job has its drawbacks, but as a contract trapper for Delta Waterfowl, Brian Poncelet...

In 1989, Delta Waterfowl adopted a program that encouraged hunters to shoot fewer hens, called'Dead Hens Don't Lay Eggs': Should Hunters Shoot Female Ducks?

'Dead Hens Don't Lay Eggs': Should Hunters Shoot Female Ducks?

David Hart - August 13, 2012

In 1989, Delta Waterfowl adopted a program that encouraged hunters to shoot fewer hens, called



A huge flight of fattened mallards headed towards our small spot of wetland on their way backMass Flocking in Saskatchewan Creates Wetlands Wonderland

Mass Flocking in Saskatchewan Creates Wetlands Wonderland

Brad Fenson - July 30, 2012

A huge flight of fattened mallards headed towards our small spot of wetland on their way back

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