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S.C. Waterfowl Season Gets Underway Nov. 26

The 2008-2009 late waterfowl season will soon get underway with the first segment opening on Wednesday, Nov. 26 running until Sunday, Nov. 30. Changes in regulations include an increase in the wood duck bag limit from two to three, a hybrid daily bag limit for scaup, and a closure of…


White-fronted Geese Are Special for Some Waterfowlers

LITTLE ROCK – Use the term “waterfowl:” in Arkansas, and the usual connection is with mallards, specifically the male mallard known as the greenhead. There is another variety popular with many hunters, the white-fronted goose, also known as the specklebelly. These are found in many areas the state, not in…


Waterfowl Seasons Set in Oklahoma; STEP Receives Donation

Waterfowl hunters will get another generous duck and goose season now that the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission has set the dates and limits for the 2008-09 migratory bird hunting season. “The federal framework sets our guidelines for the season, and then we set our season according to our situation,” said…


Mississippi Waterfowl Late-Season Dates Set

Jackson- The Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks approved dates for the 2008-2009 waterfowl hunting season, according to the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP).  The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released late-season frameworks in early August providing a “window” of dates from which states may select specific…


Goose Hunters: You Can Hunt Light Geese Next Spring in Utah

Duck hunting changes also approved Get ready, Utah goose hunters. You can hunt light geese into March this season. At their Aug. 28 meeting in Salt Lake City, members of the Utah Wildlife Board approved Utah’s first–ever spring light goose hunt. Light geese include snow, blue and Ross’ geese. The…


Alabama Continues ‘Liberal’ Waterfowl Seasons

Alabama’s waterfowl hunters will again enjoy waterfowl seasons under the “liberal” designation from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). The 60-day regular duck, coot and merganser season will run Nov. 27 through Jan. 25 with a six-duck bag limit. The daily limit can consist of no more than four…


Goose Hunting Seasons Finalized in South Dakota

FORT SISSETON HISTORIC STATE PARK, S.D.—The S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Commission finalized the state goose hunting seasons at its August meeting amid reports that goose populations remain robust. “There will be a strong population of migrant birds,” Wildlife Division Assistant Director George Vandel  told commissioners. “Snow geese numbers should…


L.W.F.C. Sets Tentative Migratory Waterfowl Seasons

The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (LWFC) voted to tentatively adopt proposed season dates, bag limits and shooting hours for the 2008-09 migratory waterfowl season at their Aug. 7 meeting.  The dates will be ratified by a declaration of emergency from the commission, after approval from the U.S. Fish and…


Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge Celebrates 100 Years

The Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge today celebrated its 100th year of conserving and managing habitat for ducks, geese and other wildlife in the Klamath Basin.  The Lower Klamath was the first refuge in the nation that was dedicated specifically for waterfowl conservation. ?Over the last century, millions of people…


Commission Amends and Tables Waterfowl Hunting Recommendations

KEARNEY, Neb. — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s board of commissioners voted to table staff recommendations for Nebraska’s 2008 waterfowl hunting season dates and regulations and took action on a variety of other subjects at a July 18 meeting in Kearney. The recommendations for the 2008 waterfowl season dates…