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    The 56th edition of the Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey, released today by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Canadian Wildlife Service, revealed wetland conditions and duck populations well above their long-term averages. The headline numbers: The total-duck population...
  4. The Honey Hole
    The 56th edition of the Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey, released today by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Canadian Wildlife Service, revealed wetland conditions and duck populations well above their long-term averages. The headline numbers: The total-duck population...
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    Delta Scientific Director Answers Questions About Oil Spill, Impacts to Waterfowl and Waterfowl Habitat Delta Waterfowl Scientific Director Dr. Frank Rohwer has hunted ducks in the coastal marshes of Louisiana for more than 20 years. "It's a special, special place, and it breaks my heart...
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    Bismarck, N.D.--The announcement that the U.S. Department of Agriculture will offer a general Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) signup later in 2010 is good news for ducks and duck hunters, according to Delta Waterfowl Senior Vice President John Devney. "CRP is a proven, time-tested voluntary...
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    Today's launch of the first Alternative Land Use Services (ALUS) pilot program in Alberta-a prime duck-producing province-is great news for U.S. hunters. Designed by Delta Waterfowl and backed by several Canadian farm groups, ALUS compensates agricultural producers for providing ecological goods...
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    A private member's bill to repeal the federal long-gun registry passed its first hurdle Wednesday as the House of Commons voted to scrap the controversial measure that requires Canadian citizens to register all firearms-including shotguns and rifles used for hunting.
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    Bismarck, N.D.-The seeds of John Denker's love of waterfowling were sown when he was a young boy working as his father's field apprentice in and around his hometown of Quincy, Illinois. "I was affectionately called the bag boy, the kid who picked up the birds, typically a mixed bag of ducks and...
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    BISMARCK, N.D.-Lost in the euphoria over the 2009 breeding-population survey was the sobering confirmation that prairie Canada is no longer the continent's leading producer of ducks. This spring, for the first time ever, more total ducks, more puddle ducks, twice as many pintails and even more...
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    Winnipeg, Manitoba-As the days get shorter and the evenings cooler, Delta Waterfowl President Rob Olson gets that unmistakable itch that the waterfowl-hunting season is right around the bend. "It happens every year," says Olson. "I get that itch." As each provincial season opens in the weeks...
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    Delta Waterfowl is proud to announce it is a new partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day, slated for September 26. The annual commemoration will hold several events across the country to promote awareness about hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation, as well as celebrate America's rich...
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    Delta Waterfowl is proud to announce it is a new partner of National Hunting and Fishing Day, slated for September 26. The annual commemoration will hold several events across the country to promote awareness about hunting, fishing and wildlife conservation, as well as celebrate America's rich...
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    For the third consecutive year, Mossy Oak is supporting Delta Waterfowl's research program by helping fund two distinct research projects. In Saskatchewan, student John Dassow is evaluating predator management and in the Mississippi Flyway student Luke Laborde is conducting human dimensions work...
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    For the third consecutive year, Mossy Oak is supporting Delta Waterfowl's research program by helping fund two distinct research projects. In Saskatchewan, student John Dassow is evaluating predator management and in the Mississippi Flyway student Luke Laborde is conducting human dimensions work...
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    While the hunting season is still months down the road, duck and goose hunters should not get lost in the bustle of summer and forget to begin planning and preparing for their fall hunting trips, according to an article in the summer issue of Delta Waterfowl magazine.
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    While the hunting season is still months down the road, duck and goose hunters should not get lost in the bustle of summer and forget to begin planning and preparing for their fall hunting trips, according to an article in the summer issue of Delta Waterfowl magazine.
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    At first glance, the results of the 2009 duck breeding population and habitat survey are eye-popping: May ponds across the prairie breeding grounds increased 45 percent from a year ago, the total duck population was up 25 percent and mallard numbers climbed 10 percent. Look closer, however, and...
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    At first glance, the results of the 2009 duck breeding population and habitat survey are eye-popping: May ponds across the prairie breeding grounds increased 45 percent from a year ago, the total duck population was up 25 percent and mallard numbers climbed 10 percent. Look closer, however, and...
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    The story of how Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper cartoonist Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling became the father of the federal duck stamp has been repeated so often it's become an urban legend. While the colorful Darling may have been many things, father of the federal duck stamp wasn't necessarily...
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