This study of the 2002 Minnesota waterfowl-hunting season was conducted to assess waterfowl hunters’:
• participation and activities;
• satisfaction, attitudes, and knowledge of waterfowl management; and
• opinions about waterfowl management and regulations including season dates, Youth Waterfowl
Hunting Day, and battery-operated, spinning-wing decoys.
The survey was distributed to 4,800 waterfowl hunters; 3,129 completed surveys were used for this
analysis. After adjusting for undeliverable surveys and invalid respondents, the response rate was 68%.
Schroeder, Sue; Fulton, David C; Lawrence, Jeffery S.
The 2002 Waterfowl Hunting Season in Minnesota: A Study of Hunters’ Opinions and Activities.
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