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John Brezzo (top) and Alan Webber sit in the duck blind in the late morning. By the end of the day they will have harvested 16 birds along with myself. The limit is 7 birds per hunter so this was a decently productive opening day. In the early 1980s and early 1990s hunters would nearly always leave these blinds with full limits on opening day. An increase in farming and global warming could have led to a dearth of birds in recent years.

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John Brezzo (top) and Alan Webber sit in the duck blind in the late morning. By the end of the day they will have harvested 16 birds along with myself. The limit is 7 birds per hunter so this was a decently productive opening day. In the early 1980s and early 1990s hunters would nearly always leave these blinds with full limits on opening day. An increase in farming and global warming could have led to a dearth of birds in recent years.