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Swan With a Dash of Salt

Any way you measure it, the tundra swan is a lot of bird. But it...

Teal on the Heels of Harvey

A Texas hunt in the wake of a hurricane demonstrates the far-reaching impact of waterfowl...

Declining Duck Numbers are Still Above Long-Term Averages

The USFWS has just released its 2018 Waterfowl Population Status Report. While dry spring conditions...

Why Donating Venison Matters

While it’s easy to recognize the benefits of programs like Hunters for the Hungry, sharing...

USFWS Plan to Cut Atlantic Flyway Mallard Limit Opposed by Delta Waterfowl

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, along with the Atlantic Flyway Council, are proposing a...

Know-How: The Earlier, the Better for Predators

Take advantage of summer-season offspring of predator and prey to bag coyotes when the heat...

Big Bears: Why They're on Every Hunter's Bucket List

Taking a truly big bear—be it in Alaska, Canada, Russia or elsewhere—is so special that...

Black Duck Bag Limits Go Up

After more than 30 years with the daily limit set at one bird, hunters will...

2017 Waterfowl Forecast Released, Duck Population Numbers Remain High

The 2017 Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey was released in August, and things are...

Delta Waterfowl Releases Annual Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey

North America's breeding duck population has taken a slight dip in 2016, but remains well-above...

Facts Show Hunting Is Conservation at NYC Debate

Despite being significantly outnumbered by supporters of groups like the HSUS, hunters rallied in the...

Crane Games in Saskatchewan

Just like its neighboring provinces, Saskatchewan serves as a Mecca of sorts for waterfowl hunters....

The South American Teal Trifecta

There is no six-bird limit in Uruguay. Neither is there a limit to the hammering...

Skeins in the North American Sky: The Return of the Giant Canada Goose

Though assumed extinct prior to 1962, the giant subspecies of Canada goose now numbers in...

Boom Time for Waterfowlers

The Prairie Pothole region, the famous “duck factory” from South Dakota to the prairie parklands...

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes Waterfowl Framework

Based on this year's record-breaking duck population survey, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)...

Duck Numbers Up 8 Percent, Break Record

Feel free to get excited, waterfowlers. With just two months until early teal seasons open,...

What the Big Waterfowl Survey Numbers Tell Us about This Year’s Duck Season

Can we assume that an estimated eight percent jump in breeding ducks means we'll all...

Why Do Mallards Nest in Town?

What would drive a duck to nest in the middle of a town? Kyle Wintersteen...

Mandarin Ducks on the Rise in Atlantic Flyway?

Kyle Wintersteen has received two separate, reliable reports of mandarin ducks in Pennsylvania. Are numbers...
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