September 25, 2001 – Migration Update

September rains across the country are providing much needed water to key way-points in migration routes. Thanks to the cooperation of Mother Nature things are improving on drought stricken areas and predictability and normalcy are returning to the migration equation. Notable exceptions would include Arkansas and North Dakota — which has been losing water for the past two months. Under cover of darkness, Teal bugged out of the prairie in two major movements last week. The first occurred exodus occurred around 8th and the second during the later part of the week. Consistent pockets of teal activity are reported moving down the Central and Mississippi Flyways. For the first time since the season opener, states offering early seasons reported exceptional harvests. Be Sociable! Share this article with a friend. Tweet

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September 18, 2001 – Migration Update

September rains across the country are providing much needed water to key way-points in migration routes. Thanks to the cooperation of Mother Nature things are improving on drought stricken areas and predictability and normalcy are returning to the migration equation. Notable exceptions would include Arkansas and North Dakota — which has been losing water for the past two months. Under cover of darkness, Teal bugged out of the prairie in two major movements last week. The first occurred exodus occurred around 8th and the second during the later part of the week. Consistent pockets of teal activity are reported moving down the Central and Mississippi Flyways. For the first time since the season opener, states offering early seasons reported exceptional harvests. Be Sociable! Share this article with a friend. Tweet

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September 18, 2001 – Migration Update

September rains across the country are providing much needed water to key way-points in migration routes. Thanks to the cooperation of Mother Nature things are improving on drought stricken areas and predictability and normalcy are returning to the migration equation. Notable exceptions would include Arkansas and North Dakota — which has been losing water for the past two months. Under cover of darkness, Teal bugged out of the prairie in two major movements last week. The first occurred exodus occurred around 8th and the second during the later part of the week. Consistent pockets of teal activity are reported moving down the Central and Mississippi Flyways. For the first time since the season opener, states offering early seasons reported exceptional harvests. Be Sociable! Share this article with a friend. Tweet

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July 15, 2001 – Migration Update

A quick rundown of the current U.S. Drought Monitor Map illustrates the start of what could be the most complex migration Waterfowler.com has monitored since we began tracking the North American Waterfowl Migration four seasons ago. For starters, water conditions across much of the Prairie Pothole region is normal to above average. Food sources are abundant and if you are heading to Canada, the Dakotas or Western Minnesota during the early part of the season you will likely experience some incredible hunting opportunity. Be Sociable! Share this article with a friend. Tweet

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