The Missouri Department of Conservation reminds waterfowl hunters they have from Sept. 1-18 to apply online with MDC to hunt on 12 wetland areas intensively managed by the Department for waterfowl.

For more information and to apply starting Sept. 1, go to mdc.mo.gov and search “Waterfowl Reservations,” or apply directly at short.mdc.mo.gov/Z4W.

The reservation system allocates half of the available hunting opportunities on these areas for Missouri residents chosen through a random drawing. The other half are for walk-in hunters who draw on-site each morning for the remaining spots.

MDC reminds hunters that waterfowl hunting in Missouri is influenced by habitat conditions, weather and the timing of migrations more than overall duck and goose numbers.

Get more information on related regulations, seasons, species, permits, limits, and more from MDC’s “Migratory Bird and Waterfowl Hunting Digest 2018-19,” available where hunting permits are sold.

Get hunting details by species from the MDC website at huntfish.mdc.mo.gov.

Buy hunting permits from numerous vendors around the state, online at mdc.mo.gov/buypermits, or through MDC’s free MO Hunting mobile app, available for download through Google Play for Android devices or the App Store for Apple devices.

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