Atlantic Flyway

Atlantic Flyway
Saturday, 26 June 2010
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  • You having any luck this year
    groups.discussion.reply 163 days ago
  • Hit me up if you want to shoot some birds in FL
    groups.wall 163 days ago
  • Canadian Thanksgiving weekend.....above average temperatures.....some very warm sunny October days....this morning we harvested green-wing teal along our local there is still some in the area.....fantastic numbers of mallards -- wood ducks and geese.....teal at this time of year in our region are certainly a bonus
    groups.wall 194 days ago
  • heading into our second weekend of the 2013 season.....bird numbers are strong within the southern waterfowl management unit in Ontario.....geese are abundant and many goose hunters are enjoying limit out hunts on early cut silage fields....forage stands and harvested grain fields .....which after the rains have produced some choice green feed for the birds
    groups.wall 202 days ago
  • The Atlantic Ontario will see one 1 inch of rain today.....followed by a week of sunshine with daytime temperatures around 70 F........leading into the opening of waterfowl season in the southern district of Ontario .....Saturday........ September 28th 2013
    groups.wall 215 days ago
  • Eastern Ontario....snow-ice pellets-freezing rain- then just rain all in 24 is going to be a challenge to keep the water open again the next 48hours....a couple of cold nights ahead....before it warms up again on the weekend with more rain....each weather event we lose birds....the geese were really moving on Sunday.......
    groups.wall 499 days ago
  • Eastern patterns for the next week....will be more like November but still above normal values....looks like the next week will have rain...sunshine..snow flurries....light ice formation overnight....Sunday through 's that time of year....still lots of opportunities to hunt birds but.....scouting and hard work pay dividends....with a little bit of luck mixed in
    groups.wall 517 days ago
  • looks like sunshine till next Thursday...........dipping into freezing temperatures at night and warming up nicely in the late Autumn sunshine.....expecting birds to transition along as migratory influences are strong at this time of year....still great numbers of geese within our watersheds......mallards as well.....and you can always count on the long necks and the greenheads till the end....
    groups.wall 524 days ago
  • Duck season opened for the 2nd split today. Lots of birds in the area :)
    groups.wall 525 days ago
  • Eastern Ontario....southern waterfowl district.....looks like the high pressure systems are going to give us some sunshine and steady temperatures for the next week.....should hold the birds in the region..especially the mallards and the geese....grain corn harvest...continues....opening up a lot of food resources for the greenheads and the long necks
    groups.wall 525 days ago
  • South Western PA.....Seeing decent numbers of both geese and ducks...Having a warm up this week...hopefully we'll still have a good opening day for ducks.
    groups.wall 530 days ago
  • Eastern Ontario.....heading towards some very mild temperatures for the begiining of the week.... 18C or 65 F......bird numbers are very high.....the geese are everywhere....northern mallards and the divers....this past week has seen traditional temperatures of above freezing ( daytime ) and below freezing (at night)........looks like the week to trade in the blaze orange for camo
    groups.wall 530 days ago
  • Things are lining up nicely here on the East Coast. Birds are around, seasons start this Sat (10th) in NC and MD. VA starts on the 17th, should be a good second split.
    groups.wall 531 days ago
    CJ Howard I hope so too, I will probably be up in N.C. the weekend after Thanks Giving. Have talked to some guys that I hunt with up there and they said the birds were pretty thick maybe it will stay that way.528 days ago
  • there are a lot of birds in the southern waterfowl district of Ontario after a few days of colder temperatures and a strong wind from the north.....warmer days ahead temperatures of 16C this weekend.......
    groups.wall 531 days ago
A group for waterfowl hunters located in the Atlantic Flyway.
Wednesday, 27 October 2010 by bkjbbkj test
According to the he Atlantic Flyway Council, the Atlantic Flyway for practical purposes is composed of the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia; the Canadian territory of Nunavut and provinces of Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec; plus the U.S. territories of Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands.
You having any luck this year
Last replied by Dylan Skinner on Tuesday, 12 November 2013
I agree with you Jeremy. the weather in the early season was a little crazy and I think it had an effect on the birds.I am hoping the late season will be good.I agree about the geese.I'm still seeing decent numbers and think that they'll just increase as the migration gears up.
Last replied by Earl on Wednesday, 24 October 2012
I'll get crackin on introducing/handling pups. If everything goes to plan, I'll be getting a new pup this year so I might have the opportunity to turn this in to an ongoing series from start to finish.
Last replied by Jeremy May on Friday, 05 October 2012
Last replied by Shawn Harris on Tuesday, 09 August 2011
For the most part we are iced out in Eastern Ontario....a few birds who missed the cue to go south on some open water
Last replied by David on Tuesday, 21 December 2010
We shot 3 hooded mergs tonite and saw a bunch of woodies and some teal and mallards late
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