Great breeding habitat jumps duck numbers by 11 percent in 2010

Duck breeding area such as this in southeastern Alaska had abundant moisture this spring and duck populations rebounded. The Fish and Wildlife Service is reporting overall duck populations are up 11 percent over last year.



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Duck breeding area such as this in southeastern Alaska had abundant moisture this spring and duck populations rebounded. The Fish and Wildlife Service is reporting overall duck populations are up 11 percent over last year.

Duck populations this spring jumped 11 percent over 2010 thanks to improved breeding habitat in Canada and the prairies of the north-central United States, according to a report released this…




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