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Jan 31, 2022

With duck season winding down, we look ahead to the 2022 breeding season. Dr. Scott Stephens, DU Canada, joins the podcast to provide late winter insights on snow cover and what it might mean for recharging prairie wetlands. Although a welcome start, more precip will be needed to bring significant improvements...


Jan 28, 2022

Dr. Mike Brasher visits with Virginia Getz, DU’s director of conservation programs for CA, NV, AZ, and HI, to recap the erratic weather and hunting success across California. Significant rain in Oct and Dec brought relief from drought and created abundant waterfowl habitat. While good for birds, hunting success was...


Jan 27, 2022

DU Podcast host, Katie Burke, chats with renowned decoy carver Cameron McIntyre about his early love of nature and waterfowl and how both have informed his life as an artist and carver. McIntyre describes the years of hard work, trial and error that led him to be the skilled carver he is today. He also talks about...


Jan 26, 2022

Phil Bourjaily, Ducks Unlimited magazine shotgunning columnist, joins host Chris Jennings to discuss shotgunning techniques for waterfowl hunters. Bourjaily explains the processes and importance of making sure your hands and eyes are working together to find and remain on a target. The two also get into the details of...


Jan 25, 2022

In this very special Fact or Fiction episode, Dr. Ray Alisauskas applies his expertise to a few questions and statements about the ecology of snow and Ross’s geese. We discuss color morphs, caruncles, rarity of blue phase Ross’s geese, flight altitude, and more!