CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is holding a public meeting on proposed season dates and bag limits for this year's waterfowl hunting season.
The meeting is Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the department's headquarters in Concord.
Wildlife biologist Edward Robinson says in New Hampshire and the Northeast, mallard and wood duck breeding populations were higher this spring. Canada goose numbers were slighter lower.
New Hampshire's proposed waterfowl season is very much like last year's. The department is proposing a 60-day duck season with a six-bird daily limit, and a 60-day Canada goose season with a two-bird daily limit.
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