Eye to the sky

Kramer, Gary
November 1997
Outdoor Life;Nov97, Vol. 200 Issue 4, p75
Presents flyway-by-flyway waterfowl forecasts including flight predictions, season lengths and bag limits in the United States. Breeding population of mallards; Fall-flight forecasts; Comparison of the US Fish and Wildlife Service framework with 1996-1997; Pacific, Central, Mississippi and Atlantic flyway.


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