Duck season opens tomorrow here in southeast Wyoming. Going to try and double up sage grouse and ducks tomorrow and then focus on ducks on Sunday. Took a drive this morning before work to see what's happening - saw a lot of wigeon, gadwalls, and cans. A few mallards, pintail, greenwings, redheads, and bluebills mixed in there. Saw two flocks of bluewings, so the recent cold weather hasn't sent them all packing yet. Also saw a few flocks of geese moving around. Been seeing some nice flocks of mallards on the rivers as well. Most everything is still coming out of eclipse as expected, so a lot of "brown" ducks out there. I'm assuming a lot of residents still, but have been seeing some high flocks moving through lately that might be some early migrants. Things have been dry and a lot of the little potholes and ponds are bone dry - other than that, looks to be shaping up for a good opener. Looks like a storm is moving through the next few days, so hopefully that'll have some birds moving around.