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2005 Waterfowl Preview: East

Hunting success will be deteremined by the amount of rainfall and the severity of Canadian cold fronts.

Updated: November 8, 2005, 3:12 PM ET
By Tom Behrens | Fishing and Hunting News staff — Oct. 14, 2005

The amount of rainfall and the severity of Canadian cold fronts will determine what type of waterfowl season the eastern and central part of the United States will have this year.

Michigan

Duck populations in the midcontinent prairie and parkland regions should be similar to last year, but remain 10 percent below the long-term average.

However, most of the mallard, wood duck, black duck and green-winged teal harvested in the state come from Michigan and forested areas of Ontario. ...

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