The latest DNR weekly waterfowl migration report says hunting was fair to good last weekend, but has been only fair since then with the mild temperatures and southerly winds.

Diving ducks were more common in hunters' bags this week as ring-necked ducks, canvasback and redhead abundance increased, the report said.          

The DNR says a few wood ducks and blue-winged teal remain in southern Minnesota and a few late season migrants such as scaup and buffleheads have moved into the state, too.

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