Dozens of biologists gathered in rural Shasta County in February to inspect nearly 25,000 wing and tail feathers from ducks and geese shot by hunters. The information gathered from the feathers helps set regulations for the next hunting season. Ryan Sabalow, Randy Pench. The Sacramento Bee
Dozens of biologists gathered in rural Shasta County in February to inspect nearly 25,000 wing and tail feathers from ducks and geese shot by hunters. The information gathered from the feathers helps set regulations for the next hunting season. Ryan Sabalow, Randy Pench. The Sacramento Bee

Spring ‘wing bee’ helps set hunting rules for ducks, geese

March 02, 2016 01:02 PM