According to 2010 waterfowl surveys, breeding populations have increased in northern portions of the British Columbia/Western Boreal Forest region. Although survey results are not as positive for the Prairie Region, wetland conditions have improved significantly since surveys were conducted, which bodes well for renesting birds and brood survival prospects. Productivity appears to be above average in the Eastern Region, despite low water levels in some areas.
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