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Hautman's winning painting shows a drake and hen mallard drifting in for a landing, wings extended, in the foreground with other ducks in the distance.
The restoration provides significant migration benefits for several species of waterfowl and nesting habitat for mallards, wood ducks and Canada geese.
The pintails, widgeon and shovelers have departed south, but mallards, scoters and a few teal are still hanging in there.
For opening day, our six-member camp took 14 ducks, including seven woodies, five mallards, one blue-winged teal and one hooded merganser.
Another clue is that the county sits on a major migratory flyway for 17 bird species, including sand hill cranes and mallards.
Species seeing a decline included mallards (11 percent), American wigeon (19 percent), green-winged teal (16 percent), redhead (13 percent), canvasback (1 percent) and scaup (12 percent).
Moorman said that mallards (the favorite species of most Alabama duck hunters) declined 11%, or about 1.3 million birds, from 2016.
Their bears are damp from trout, their mallards balance on feathers.
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