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December 2017

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The Migration Issue: December 2017

Central Flyway – Migration Alert: Winter Storm in the Dakotas Sends Waterfowl South

The winter storm that walloped portions of North and South Dakota earlier this week was the real deal, with snow, high winds and a precipitous drop in temperatures creating blizzard conditions across the northern plains. For the waterfowl remaining in those states, the return of winter weather was enough to send many of the birds south.

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Mississippi Flyway – Migration Alert

Cold Front Has Indiana Waterfowlers Anticipating Improved Hunting

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Atlantic Flyway – Migration Alert

Good Puddle Duck Action, Hit-and-miss for Sea Ducks in Massachusetts

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Pacific Flyway – Migration Alert

Idaho Hunters Prepare for Falling Temperatures and Increasing Waterfowl Numbers

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Gear Guide: Stocking Stuffers

Spread holiday cheer with these handy gifts for waterfowlers

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Waterfowl in Winter

The wintering period between the autumn and spring migrations is a crucial time for ducks and geese

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Understanding Waterfowl: Waterfowl Oddities

A closer look at North America's most unusual waterfowl

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DU TV: Arkansas Timber

Ainsley Beeman hunts the Arkansas flooded timber this week on DU TV

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