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Waterfowl such as Canada geese can survive North Dakota winters providing they have access to water and adequate food supplies. Numbers were down during this year's midwinter survey along the Missouri River, which was no surprise given the harsh weather conditions that have been the norm this year. (N.D. Game and Fish Department photo)

DOUG LEIER: Annual midwinter surveys shed added light on waterfowl trends

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One of the most interesting facets of being an outreach biologist is the variety of work involved.

A few weeks ago, I assisted with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s midwinter waterfowl survey, as I’ve done in the past, and which biologists across the nation do each year.

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