Posts Tagged ‘Mallards’

a floating wood duck
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Counting wood ducks

The Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources, and Forestry’s (NDMNRF) Airboat Duck Banding program returned for its 25th season in 2021.

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Discover the fun and freedom of old-school bowhunting

I had to watch every step I took through the thick grass, reeds, and bulrushes. I was making my way alongside the meandering stream in the lush flats below the beaver dam.

ducks on the surface of water
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The duck “web”

Bob Bailey shares insights from countless hours of observing how migratory ducks behave and communicate within their flocks.

wings of change flying birds
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Wings of change for waterfowl

Waterfowl hunting traditions and methods have changed, but so have the diversity and abundance of birds hunted in Ontario.

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Going under cover for waterfowl

Waterfowl hunters in deep cover can create the illusion of a safe location that offers food and social contact for ducks.

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Duck, duck, shoot: pre-hunt prep

A checklist to help you get all your ducks in a row — literally.

calling mallards and black ducks
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Calling All Mallards

Nothing is more satisfying in duck hunting than responsive birds. You turn them, they circle several times, but your sweet music brings them back to finish on set wings over the decoys.