Animals: Two Months' Ducking

Last week President Hoover had good news for duck hunters. The season for hunting duck and other migratory waterfowl, last year drastically cut to one month (TIME, Sept. 7), will be extended this year to two months.

Last year's law caught sportsmen napping. Many insisted there was no shortage. Others, admitting a shortage in the West and a general scarcity of canvasbacks, redheads and other divers, insisted that in the East most wildfowl were as plentiful as ever, black ducks more so. Editor Raymond Prunty ("Ray") Holland...

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