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Region 3 Waterfowl Report Summary
State Report last checked February 19, 2009 at 4:38 p.m.

CHEYENNE BOTTOMS - Last Updated: 2/12/2009
Waterfowl numbers Duck numbers have increased the past few weeks, to about 30,000, mostly mallards and pintails. Widgeon, shoveler and redheads are also present. Most geese are using The Nature Conservancy. Goose numbers have been varying tremendously the past several weeks from 50,000 to 100,000, about 45% snow's, 35% white-fronts and 25% Canada's.
Water level Pool 1A- 66"; Pool 1B and 1C- 39"; Pools 2, 3A, 3B and 4 have about 21 inches and Pool 4B has about 16". Pool 5 dry in preparation for dike repairs..
Hunting conditions The Wildlife Area is completely thawed.
Expected hunting success Goose hunters averaged 0.6 geese per hunter the first week of January, with Pool 2 showing the highest success rate, hunter numbers have dropped to near zero in recent weeks. For the season so far, goose hunters are averaging 1.06 geese per hunter. The most successful week for geese was December 8-14 when hunters averaged 3.36 geese per hunter. For the regular duck season, hunters averaged 2.2 ducks per hunter with the opening week having the best success at 3.3 ducks per hunter.
Comments For the 2008-09 waterfowl season, Pool 4B will be closed to motorized watercraft. During the 2009 Light Goose Conservation Order, (following the close of the regular 2008-09 goose season February 15), use of motorized watercraft will not be permitted on the Wildlife Area. Roads on the wildlife area are good, Township roads to the area can be muddy and rutted following rains or melting snow.

ISABEL WETLAND - Last Updated: 2/5/2009
Waterfowl numbers

Approximately 200 Canada geese, 100 whitefronts, 250 ducks

Mallard Migration Rank: 3

Water level The main lake and the pool along Hwy. 42 are nearly full.
Hunting conditions Duck seasons have closed. Canada Geese open through 2/15/09, Whitefronted Geese open 2/7 - 2/15/09
Expected hunting success
Comments Daily Permit Required - free in each parking lot. Instructions are posted. Only non-toxic shot is allowed on Isabel Wetland Wildlife Area for all species.

TEXAS LAKE - Last Updated: 2/5/2009
Waterfowl numbers

2500 ducks - mallard & pintail

50 Canada Geese

Mallard Migration Rank: 7

Water level Pools 1 & 6 have water, remaining pools nearly dry.
Hunting conditions Texas Lake Wildlife Area is located in the Low Plains Early Zone. Duck season has closed.
Expected hunting success
Comments Permit required (Free) - available in all parking lots. Instructions are posted. Remember that only non-toxic shot is allowed for all shotgun hunting at Texas Lake Wildlife Area.

Waterfowl numbers Please visit http://quivira.fws.gov for currant details on Quivira NWR
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Comments For accurate updates and details visit the Quivira website at http://quivira.fws.gov. The Refuge is OPEN to hunting. Check Quivira's website often for updates on when the situation will change.

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