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Friday 08/23/2019 New Hmapshire Fish and Game Department wildlife biologist band dozens of ducks each fall (VIDEO)

The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department wildlife biologists are obligated to leg band dozens of wild ducks each fall in order to open a waterfowl hunting season. The US Fish and Wildlife Service asks each state wildlife agency to contribute to banding ducks in order to determine the impacts of hunting on ducks and geese.


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