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A young Ohio artist took third in the federal duck stamp competition! ...

The third place artist in the 2017 Federal #DuckStamp contest is a former Junior Duck Stamp artist! Christine Clayton, of Sidney, OH, painted a blue-winged teal. Her northern pintail appeared on the 2012-2013 Junior Duck Stamp. Congrats!

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Winous Point Marsh shared Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division's post. ...

Today, Seth caught a rare leucistic, or partial albino, Blue Winged Teal! #canada #waterfowlbanding

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Pre-baiting sites for our summer duck banding program this week, should be going strong in a week or two. ...

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Wild Ohio segment on one of the research projects ongoing here at Winous Point! ...

85 Likes, 1 Comments - Ohio Division of Wildlife (@your_wild_ohio) on Instagram: “Trails to Rails. Ohio State masters student Jim Hanson describes his project of banding rails in an…”

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Winous Point Marsh shared Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District's post. ...

Registration is now open for our 2017 Day on the Wild workshop. This one day workshop geared towards middle school kids, introduces them to many outdoor skills in a fun and safe environment. Some of the activities they will participate in are: archery, bird banding, canoeing, shooting, wildlife identification, and fishing!!! Please get your registrations in soon as spots for this awesome event fill up fast!!!

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Great opportunity for high school aged kids interested in outdoors careers! ...

Spots are starting to fill up for our Land Stewardship workshop. If you know of a High School student that is interested in spending time outside, make sure to get their registration in soon. An awesome opportunity to spend time with professionals in the field...and get a helicopter ride!! Call our office at 419-898-1595 if you have any questions.

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It's that time of year when we spend weeks pumping water out of the marshes. After the winter we need to lower water levels to provide shallow water habitat for wildlife and to promote growth of moist soil vegetation for next years food supply. Pictured is our 1950's Detroit Diesel that will pump 10,000 gallon per minute for several months continuous this spring! ...

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We have been busy banding diving ducks this week as part of a cooperative effort with the Ohio Division of Wildlife. ...

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Some non-game (at least in Ohio) birds at the same location, Sandhill Cranes. We actually had 5 on video the day this was recorded. A unique bird that is beginning to expand its range into this part of Ohio and starting to breed locally (Sandusky and Ottawa Counties) now. ...

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Pretty nice close up video of pintails feeding in one of our moist-soil marshes a few weeks ago! ...

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