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Delta Waterfowl’s Hen House Program aims to help boost nest success for mallards

Delta Waterfowl maintains Hen Houses across key breeding areas to protect hens and eggs from predators. (Photo courtesy of Delta Waterfowl)
Delta Waterfowl is expected to install 2,218 new “Hen House” nesting structures during the next couple of months, while also performing annual maintenance on the existing fleet of 10,775 duck-producing houses. With the latest additions, Delta’s Hen House Program will have nearly 13,000 nest structures in place for the 2024 nesting season in key breeding areas for mallards.
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