National Geographic : 1914 Mar
A FLOCK OF MALLARDS AS VISITORS Photo by Dr. John C. Phillips "if wild rice can be made to grow, ducks will be sure to come in greater numbers each year, while regular feeding with corn at proper times may prove an additional attraction to whole flocks of ducks during the migration. Tame call-ducks may be introduced, and if there are near-by woods, nest-boxes for the attraction of the wood-ducks should he put up" (see page 337). 4bi1 1 ~:[ '~o. -" "r " ^ J:: :: !; .l k,^ -i __ ^^I ^^"^-B1 2 "^ !^ '''""-lk - - " :' WILDI BLACK DUCK ON \ (GAMI I'RI;SIRVI Photo by HIlert K. Job "Mr. Herbert K. Job. State Ornithologist of Connecticut, is having some very interesting experiences on a game preserve in Connecticut, where low-lying areas have been flooded and the wild ducks attracted in increasing numbers each year from miles around" (see page 337).