CBS Evening News for Saturday, Oct 22, 1988
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Colusa, California: John Blackstone) Opening of duck hunting season in California featured; scenes shown. [Hunter Hal LAURITZEN - says duck hunting may no longer be worth it.] Decline in duck population noted. [Biologist Dr. Robert McLANDRESS - says drought is causing population drop.] Impt. of duck hunters to maintenance of duck habitats noted. [Audubon Society spokesperson Glenn OLSON - says duck hunters contribute to habitat protection.] [HUNTERS - comment on situation.] [Fish and Wildlife management division spokesperson Bruce DEUEL - comments.]
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