My capstone project is undergoing the approval process - thought some of you might be interested to know that I'm essentially writing a white paper regarding the change in distributional shifts in duck populations across the flyways in North America. In other words, I'm looking for evidence in existing literature that flyway shift exists and the reasons why such a shift might be occurring. If all goes well, there is a possibility this will be seen by some actual resource managers, outside of my major advisor. If anyone is seriously interested, I can post a summary of my findings after the project is completed. This isn't limited to the Mississippi Flyway, but a generalized commentary on migration in North America.