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The regal Canada goose, along with the wood duck and a few others, is a resident waterfowl species we can observe year round. The majority of North American waterfowl may only be seen once a year during migration and on wintering grounds.

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OUTDOORS FEATURE: Crying ‘Fowl’

Herald Outdoors Writer Bob Kornegay talks this week to renowned wildlife biologist Bruce Todd, who breaks down the three most common waterfowl found in North America that can readily be observed by birdwatchers in the South.

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