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Declining number of waterfowl hunters pose problems in North America

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Waterfowl populations have been increasing in the U.S. for more than a decade now, but hunters have not been keeping up with this trend. According to a study published in the spring of 2017 by Paul Wait of Delta Waterfowl, there are half as many waterfowl hunters in the U.S. then there were in 1970 and the numbers continue dropping.

Wait said that the decline in hunters is alarming for people who care about the future of duck and geese hunting and wetland conservation. The hope is that by promoting awareness of the problem, more people, specifically younger. . .

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