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Photo Essay: Brood Survey Technician - A day in the life

Experience a day in the life of a waterfowl brood technician

From the start of July to the end of August, Ducks Unlimited’s Bakken Research team counts broods on more than 255 square miles of land in North Dakota. These technicians work long hours getting up before the sunrise and getting home after sunset.

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