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World Leader in Wetlands Conservation

DU Magazine: March / April 2002

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Wetlands in a Warmer World

How Will Climate Changes Affect Waterfowl?

Secrets of the Call Makers

With such a wide selection, how do you decide which call is best for your hunting needs? Following is sage advice from four of the nation's most respected call makers about duck calls and calling.

Evaluation and Monitoring of Conservation


Montana Trifecta

It Just Goes to Show You: A Slow Day on the Bighorn is Still Better Than a Good Day at the Office.

Fueling the Engines

Natural selection dictates that the fittest individuals (i.e., those best at survival and reproduction) dominate the population, while those less adept at making a living contribute less to the gene pool, or are eventually eliminated altogether. Fundamental to this concept is the notion that the physical and behavioral attributes of the animals we see today are well matched to the environmental challenges they face.

Duck Towns

Most are relatively small and rural, with one surviving just fine without a single stoplight. Time has not stood still in these historic waterfowling hubs, but it is also reassuring to know that having a duck boat parked in the driveway remains an acceptable way of life.
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