The Upcoming Waterfowl Season
The 2012-2013 waterfowl migration is shaping up to be one to remember. Record numbers of ducks have been surveyed across the Prairie Pothole Region and Canada. Summer is giving way to fall and wrapped up low pressure systems are sweeping the country bringing with it gusty north winds and cold air. Rains are falling across drought stricken areas and the waterfowl season will soon be here. Hopefully the end result of this year will be better than last year which was characterized by a lack of snowfall, warm weather, and ducks and geese wintering further north than ever before. You have to think mother nature will make up for the warm weather last year with much cooler temperatures this year leading to a more normal 2012-2013 waterfowl migration.
Stay Updated on the 2012-2013 Waterfowl Migration
Just as we did last year, Fowled Reality will bring you weekly migration updates from areas across the Mississippi Flyway. To better reach our audience, we will also be expanding our areas. We have trips planned for North Dakota, Missouri, Kentucky, Arkansas, and at home in Illinois. Each week we’ll bring you 2012-2013 waterfowl migration updates from wherever we are hunting and also included in our updates will be KES Waterfowlers prostaff Justin Tackett from the Atlantic Flyway and C&L Outdoors owner Levi Daniels from the Central Flyway. These updates will be posted here on the website, Facebook, and Twitter. New this year will be our video migration updates. These videos will give you the information you need on the 2012-2013 waterfowl migration, a forecast for the week ahead, and also include some kill footage from the past weekend. In order to receive these updates, fill out the “Subscribe” form on the right sidebar of the website. We’ll send you the text based and video migration updates straight to you inbox to keep you up to date this season.
Good luck this season and do a cold weather dance!