October 5, 1990
Other than for Canada geese, pheasants and woodcock, this year's hunting outlook is promising for Maryland nimrods. And, possibly, goose shooting might be a bit better than originally feared. Possibly.Fair numbers of honkers are arriving on the upper Eastern Shore and about a week earlier than normal. Hopefully, this is an indication of a slightly better hatch in the Far North than figured, but it could also be that weather has played a role in the early migration.Muddling the goose situation, not only here but elsewhere in th flyway, is an increasing number of resident Canadas that don't go north to nest.