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Odd Birds, Good Eggs: Traditional Human Exploitation of Alberta’s Waterfowl

Each March, the vanguard of spring arrives in Alberta on thousands of pairs of wings. Tired, hungry, and honking, near-countless flocks of Canada geese ( 1,444 more words

Archaeological Survey Section

SJRadio On Demand: Waterfowl Preview, Lake Erie Walleyes

Where did the blue-winged teal go? Numbers released from the DNR indicate the nesting BWT population dropped in half this year. We’ll discuss this and other waterfowl numbers with Tony Crotty from Mid Migration Outfitters. 35 more words



Waves of emerald and deep forest green;

Swaying branches of leaf-foliage trees.

Along the forest’s grassy ledge

Encroaching and clinging the river’s edge

That quiet, rippling stream. 106 more words

Becky G

Three Greylag Gooses

Three Greylag Gooses together.


Goldeneyes and a Chimney: a Birthday Tale

“Why are there ducks zooming around and around our house?” I asked my husband between bites of pizza.  It was our youngest daughter’s first birthday, and we were celebrating out on the porch.  632 more words


CDFW Completes 2017 Waterfowl Breeding Population Survey

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has completed its annual waterfowl breeding population survey.

The breeding population of mallards decreased from 263,774 to 198,392 (a decrease of 25 percent) and total ducks decreased from 417,791 to 396,529 (a decrease of five percent). 187 more words

Public Lands

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Water Birds

I took all of these pictures here in The Villages, FL during the past two weeks. Please click on the thumbnail image to see the slightly larger version of the photo.   62 more words