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Waterfowl, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Florida is visited by more than 20 species of migratory waterfowl each year and three species of ducks commonly nest in the state during spring and summer. Waterfowl provide significant economic and recreational benefits to the citizens of Florida.


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