There are no silver bullets
Pretty much the same ideas have surfaced with each drought.
The idea of stocking pen-raised ducks makes a regular appearance. In 1935, William Adams, director of Fish and Game of New York state, said, "Let's raise a duck for every one we kill."
Through decades of trying throughout the continent, stocking was repeatedly shown to be ineffective for bolstering wild duck populations.
Predator control is another management practice that gets increased ...Read full story