Waterfowl like this northern pintail duck depend to a large degree on flooded rice fields and state and federal wildlife refuges as they migrate across California on the Pacific Flyway. All those categories of habitat have shrunk dramatically because of the drought.
Waterfowl like this northern pintail duck depend to a large degree on flooded rice fields and state and federal wildlife refuges as they migrate across California on the Pacific Flyway. All those categories of habitat have shrunk dramatically because of the drought. WaterDeeply.org
Waterfowl like this northern pintail duck depend to a large degree on flooded rice fields and state and federal wildlife refuges as they migrate across California on the Pacific Flyway. All those categories of habitat have shrunk dramatically because of the drought. WaterDeeply.org

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