Ducks Unlimited
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February 2018

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Why You Should Hunt Spring Snows

A photographic tribute to the spring Light Goose Conservation Order 

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Step-by-Step Snow Goose Hunting

The following tips will help you gain the edge this year when you launch into another spring edition of the wild goose chase

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Light Goose Dilemma

Despite increased harvests, populations of these Arctic-nesting geese continue to grow

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Migration Alert: Light Goose Conservation Order Starts Strong

Feb. 7, 2018 – Central and Mississippi Flyways

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Gear Guide: Snow Goose Gear

The February 2018 Snow Goose Gear Guide offers a variety of gear to help improve your success during the 2018 Light Goose Conservation Order

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Migration Map – Light Goose Migration HQ

Ducks Unlimited's highly popular Migration Map remains the go-to resource for light goose hunters trying to keep with the spring migration

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Understanding Waterfowl: Bringing Back the Black Duck

Ducks Unlimited and its partners are using new scientific tools to restore this iconic species and its habitats

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DU Online Auction

2-Piece Planter Set: The bidding will close on this item at 9:00 p.m. CST on February 13

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Corporate Partner

Quality products backed by the Ducks Unlimited brand

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Light Goose Recipes

Here are a few DU-recommended recipes that will allow hunters to savor the fruits from a light goose hunt

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