A group of white-fronted geese take off at the San Luis Wildlife Refuge. Large numbers of waterfowl annually show up in the valley during the winter migration season some coming from as far away as Alaska and Canada. Last week, the California Fish and Game Commission adopted new hunting regulations for the upcoming waterfowl seasons.
A group of white-fronted geese take off at the San Luis Wildlife Refuge. Large numbers of waterfowl annually show up in the valley during the winter migration season some coming from as far away as Alaska and Canada. Last week, the California Fish and Game Commission adopted new hunting regulations for the upcoming waterfowl seasons. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee File
A group of white-fronted geese take off at the San Luis Wildlife Refuge. Large numbers of waterfowl annually show up in the valley during the winter migration season some coming from as far away as Alaska and Canada. Last week, the California Fish and Game Commission adopted new hunting regulations for the upcoming waterfowl seasons. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee File

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