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Waterfowl survey indicates delayed migration didn't impact breeding

9:23 AM, Jun. 26, 2013

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This year's spring Wisconsin waterfowl breeding population survey indicates that waterfowl production continues to be good in the state, despite a late spring which delayed migration, according to Department of Natural Resources waterfowl biologists.

"Though the late spring and delayed migration created challenges for the spring survey, the results are good news, especially for duck hunters. A large percentage of the ducks harvested in Wisconsin are raised in Wisconsin," said Kent Van Horn, Department of Natural Resources migratory waterfowl biologist. "With relief from last ...

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