North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission

American Wigeon

Scientific Name: Anas americana
Classification: Game Species
Abundance: Common throughout state

 

 

Additional Information

 

 

Species

2017-18
Season
Dates

2016-17
Regulations*

 

Additional Information

Waterfowl - General

(includes ducks, geese, swans and youth waterfowl days)
Seasons / Limits

Youth Waterfowl Day(s)

Extended Falconry Seasons
 
Migratory Game Birds – State Regulations (PDF) 

Migratory Game Birds – Summary of Federal Regulations (PDF)

*2017-18 Regulations Digest will be available Aug.1, 2017
Additional Info (including license requirements, non-toxic shot requirements, baiting information and various reports)
Canada Goose Seasons / Limits Migratory Game Birds – State Regulations (PDF) 

Migratory Game Birds – Summary of Federal Regulations (PDF)

*2017-18 Regulations Digest will be available Aug.1, 2017
Canada Goose Hunt Zone Map (PDF)

NE Goose Hunt Zone Permits (PDF)

Additional Info (including license requirements, non-toxic shot requirements, baiting information and various reports)
 Light Goose Seasons / Limits  Migratory Game Birds – State Regulations (PDF) 

Migratory Game Birds – Summary of Federal Regulations (PDF)

*2017-18 Regulations Digest will be available Aug.1, 2017
 Light Goose Conservation Season Permit Information
Tundra Swan
 
Seasons / Limits
 
Migratory Game Birds – State Regulations (PDF) 

Migratory Game Birds – Summary of Federal Regulations (PDF)

*2017-18 Regulations Digest will be available Aug.1, 2017   
Tundra Swan Permit information (PDF)

Additional Info (including license requirements, non-toxic shot requirements, baiting information and various reports)

Please report all bands online at  www.reportband.gov

Please be aware that starting July, 2017, the toll-free telephone number that had previously been available to report bird bands is being discontinued.  This discontinuation is collectively due to past problems with accurate data recording, high rates of dropped calls and budget cuts.  People calling this toll-free number will be directed to report their bird bands using the REPORTBAND website or by mail.  We rely heavily on your cooperation in reporting banded birds to help in their management, and we would like to thank you for your continued support in this effort.