2020 - 2021 Waterfowl Reports

Discussion in 'Nebraska Flyway Forum' started by Huskermut, Jun 25, 2020.

  1. Huskermut

    Huskermut Senior Refuge Member

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    Duck stamps go on sale tomorrow so no better time than now to start this thread. Most of our wetlands in my area are dried up. Need a good five inch rain at the end of July or August for teal season. The few that do have water have mallards, BWT, shovelers, and redheads on them that I've seen. Appears to have been a good goose hatch in the area as well.
     
  2. nebgoosehunter

    nebgoosehunter Senior Refuge Member

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    Very dry in the far western part of the state. Definitely the driest it's been since 2012, but still not even close to as dry as it was that year. Pastures are still holding on from good subsoil moisture from last year and slightly above average precip in May. It feels like the dog days of summer like it is August, but summer has just begun. Unless the pattern somehow changes we are in for a long, hot and dry summer.
     
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