DNR officials expect more ducks, more hunters
ST. PAUL - When Minnesota’s waterfowl season opens Saturday, hunting is likely to be pretty good.
That prediction comes from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) which reports that record continental duck breeding populations combined with low water levels across the much of the state will work to the hunter’s advantage.
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