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Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Fish & Wildlife > Hunting & Trapping > Waterfowl & Migratory Game Birds > Waterfowl Counts Waterfowl Counts

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North Zone

That part of Indiana north of a line extending east from the Illinois border along State Road 18 to U.S. 31; north along U.S. 31 to U.S. 24; east along U.S. 24 to Huntington; southeast along U.S. 224; south along State Road 5; and east along State Road 124 to the Ohio border.

Central Zone

That part of Indiana south of the North Zone boundary and north of the South Zone boundary.

South Zone

That part of Indiana south of a line extending east from the Illinois border along U.S. 40; south along U.S. 41; east along State Road 58; south along State Road 37 to Bedford; and east along U.S. 50 to the Ohio border.



BAEA=bald eagle EAGR=eared grebe MERG=other merganser SUSC=surf scoter
BRAN=brant GBHE=great blue heron MUSW=mute swan TRSW=trumpeter swan
CAEG=cattle egret GOEA=golden eagle OLDS=oldsquaw TUSW=tundra swan
COLO=loon GREG=great egret PBGR=pied bill grebe WHSW=whistling swan
DCCO=cormorant HOGR=horned grebe SACR=sandhill crane WFGO=white-fronted goose