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*Data is derived from sources with variable types. An effort is made to portray data of differing source types in a similar format.

Data is provided as-is for visualization purposes only. Migration Station makes no warranties for the data, and assumes no liability for any use, or activity arising from use, of this data.

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About the Waterfowl Counts Table

Migration Station’s Waterfowl Counts table is a unique, patent-pending application designed to make staying up-to-date on the waterfowl counts nearest to you a breeze!

To use the waterfowl counts application, input a city and state in an area you’d like to see recent migration data and the application will retrieve the most recent duck counts (and goose counts where applicable) nearest that area! 

Our database is updated once daily from October through January, and on a regular basis in the off-season, so you can be sure that the most recent and up-to-date waterfowl counts and migration data is displayed.

States with migration data currently in the Migration Station database are: South Dakota, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana from the Mississippi and Central Flyways, California, Nevada, and Oregon from the Pacific Flyway and Maryland and Delaware from the Atlantic Flyway.

If you have questions about data coverage or why certain states have no data, please view the FAQ section of our contact. page, or feel free to contact us.

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Check out Migration Station's Other Applications

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Waterfowl Migration Map

Get a live look at the ongoing migration with the Waterfowl Migration Map, which depicts day-to-day movements and details where waterfowl concentrations are at their highest.

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Historic Mid-Winter Waterfowl Survey

The Mid-winter Waterfowl Survey was a nation-wide effort by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services and participating agencies to survey waterfowl concentrations on their wintering grounds. The survey dates back to the 1950’s.

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Historic Waterfowl Populations Over Time

View waterfowl populations over time with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services’ Mid-Winter Waterfowl Survey and Breeding Population and Habitat Survey. Each survey dates back to the 1950’s, so there is plenty of data to view!

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