MARQUETTE?- Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment officials remind hunters that Youth Waterfowl Weekend is today and Sunday, statewide.
Youths 10 to 15 years of age can hunt ducks, geese, mergansers, coots, and moorhens from 30 minutes before sunrise to sunset both days. All youths must be accompanied by an adult, who may not hunt except, adults may take geese in the Upper Peninsula as the regular goose season will have already opened in the North Zone.
Youths must possess a small game license but are not required to have state or federal waterfowl stamps. Adults are not required to possess a waterfowl hunting license or federal stamp unless they are hunting.
Bag limits and species restrictions are the same as they are during the regular seasons.
For details check the 2010-2011 Michigan Waterfowl Hunting Digest or visit the DNRE website at www.michigan.gov/dnrhunting.