From rainy day mallards to sunny sea ducks. We had a blast today shooting some sea ducks out in Prince William Sound. The bird numbers weren't quite what we were hoping for, but at least the sun shone through the clouds and gave us some relief from the bad weather we've been having lately. It snowed on us all the way to our hunting location and the bay was filled with slush ice, but we managed to connect on a few barrows golden eye, harlequins, and a red breasted merganser. Scott has been able to collect 8 different species of birds in the last two days of hunting. Tomorrow we're headed back out to the salt water in search of a scoter slam (surf, white wing, and black) and to try and take a couple of old squaw. That should fulfill all the birds he made this trip to collect if we can get it done!
Here are a few pics from today: