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The Journey Within

Waterfowl Slam

of North American Waterfowl

43 Species

The Journey Within – A Bird Hunter’s Diary
Mark Peterson’s quest to hunt and harvest
the 43 different species of waterfowl.

Mark's Progress - COMPLETED

43 of 43 Waterfowl
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Diver Duck

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Mark Peterson King Eider
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King Eider

Diver Duck

King Eider

Length: 20-28 inches
Wingspan: 34-40 inches
Weight: 3.45-3.68 lbs.
Hunt Location: Greenland

Mark Peterson concludes his quest for the North American waterfowl slam in a single season. This week he is joined in Greenland by Matt Gindorff, a senior consultant at Worldwide Trophy Adventures as he finally gets his hands on the 43rd and final species, the King Eider. Upon arrival, Mark and the crew must ride out 5 days of quarantine but they are also the first to ever capture this hunt on film. As he pioneers the Cook Islands and sets the standard for waterfowl hunting in Greenland, Mark comes to find out that this hunt was worth the wait.

Mark Peterson Common Eider
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Common Eider

Diver Duck

Common Eider

Length: 20–28 inches 
Wingspan: 31–43 inches
Weight: 1.8–6.7 lbs.
Hunt Location: Maine

Mark has traveled back home for a few days and then back at it in Maine with Lance and Emily Robinson from Goose Haven Outfitters, and Safari River Outfitters. Kodiak Island was productive in harvesting a Barrows Goldeneye, and a few others. Maine is known for its coastal cliffs, its eider population, and other beautiful sea-ducks. How many species can Mark check off the waterfowl slam list?

Mark Peterson Harlequin
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Harlequin

Diver Duck

Harlequin

Length: 15-17 inches
Wingspan: 26 inches
Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Hunt Location: Cold Bay, Alaska

After completing the upland slam in 2020, Mark Peterson decided to take on the challenge of completing the North American waterfowl slam… in one season; something most waterfowl hunters strive for in a lifetime. With the Canadian boarder still closed in the wake of Covid, he commits himself to pursuing this quest knowing that he must do it by only hunting in the U.S. and Mexico. With an already stacked deck, he kicks off the journey in October and heads for Cold Bay, AK only to get more than he bargained for.

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Canvasback

Diver Duck

Canvasback

Length: 19-22 inches
Wingspan: 31-35 inches
Weight: 1.9-3.5 lbs.
Hunt Location: Georgia

After a great sandhill hunt in Oklahoma, Mark is headed down to Georgia’s Lake Seminole. This big body of water houses a large concentration of Canvasbacks during the winter months. It’s the first time on the journey that Mark has only gone after one species. The list has a lot of checkmarks now, but this hunt proves to be one of the biggest challenges yet.

Mark Peterson Redhead Duck
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Redhead Duck

Diver Duck

Redhead Duck

Length: 15 inches
Wingspan: 33 inches
Weight: 2-2.5 lbs.
Hunt Location: Mexico

This week Mark hits the half way point by harvesting 6 more species while in Sonora, Mexico. Sonora may be known for giant mule deer, but Mark makes an example of just how productive the waterfowl hunting can be as well. This hunt has it all. Flocks of 100+ Pintails over decoys, Pacific Brant on the Sea of Cortez, Ring-necks in the fog and even a jump shoot for Coot.

Mark Peterson Bufflehead Drake
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Bufflehead Duck

Diver Duck

Bufflehead

Length: 13-16 inches
Wingspan: 21.6 inches
Weight: .5-1.3 lbs.
Hunt Location: Cold Bay, Alaska

Mark is still in Cold Bay, Alaska with 3 more days to hunt. After getting caught in an earthquake, he now faces another threat that requires a warning shot and some yelling to fend off a much larger hunter on the water.

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Lesser Scaup

Diver Duck

Lesser Scaup

Length: 15-19 inches
Wingspan: 27-31 inches
Weight: 1-2.4 lbs.
Hunt Location: Arkansas

After a quick stop at the BassPro Pyramid in Memphis, Mark makes quick work of a three day hunt in Arkansas and picks up 3 more species. This was probably one of the most diverse stops so far as Mark found himself hunting every way possible, including from a pit blind on the bank to layout blinds in a rice field. He did what he had to do and scratched off Speckle Belly Goose, Hooded Merganser and a Lesser Scaup from the list. Only 15 more to go

Mark Peterson Goldeneye drake
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Goldeneye

Diver Duck

Common Goldeneye

Length: 18-20 inches
Wingspan: 30.3-32.7 inches
Weight: 1.8-2.2 lbs.
Hunt Location: Cold Bay, Alaska

Mark is still in Cold Bay, Alaska with 3 more days to hunt. After getting caught in an earthquake, he now faces another threat that requires a warning shot and some yelling to fend off a much larger hunter on the water.

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Hooded Merganser

Diver Duck

Hooded Merganser

Length: 15.8-19.3 inches
Wingspan: 23.6-26 inches
Weight: 1-2 lbs.
Hunt Location: Arkansas

After a quick stop at the BassPro Pyramid in Memphis, Mark makes quick work of a three day hunt in Arkansas and picks up 3 more species. This was probably one of the most diverse stops so far as Mark found himself hunting every way possible, including from a pit blind on the bank to layout blinds in a rice field. He did what he had to do and scratched off Speckle Belly Goose, Hooded Merganser and a Lesser Scaup from the list. Only 15 more to go

Mark Peterson Barrows Goldeneye
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Barrow's Goldeneye

Diver Duck

Barrows Goldeneye

Length: 17–19.2 inches 
Wingspan: 27.6-28.7 inches
Weight: 1.3–2.13 lbs.
Hunt Location: Kodiak, Alaska

Mark Peterson heads back to Alaska where he’s looking to check a few more species off the list. He’s confronted with harsh weather that Kodiak Island is so well known for but pushes through and still manages to come away with three new species including the targeted Barrow’s goldeneye.

Mark Peterson Common Black Scoter
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Common Black Scoter

Diver Duck

Common / Black Scoter

Length: 17–21 inches 
Wingspan: 28 inches
Weight: 2.09 lbs.
Hunt Location: Kodiak, Alaska

Mark Peterson heads back to Alaska where he’s looking to check a few more species off the list. He’s confronted with harsh weather that Kodiak Island is so well known for but pushes through and still manages to come away with three new species including the targeted Barrow’s goldeneye.

Mark Peterson Common Merganser Hen
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Common Merganser

Diver Duck

Common Merganser

Length: 23–28 inches 
Wingspan: 31-38 inches
Weight: 2-4.6 lbs.
Hunt Location: North Dakota

Mark heads to the central flyway targeting a Tundra Swan in North Dakota. He has drawn the tag from the state and the guides are reporting that birds are in the area. Any other species that he can pick up here will be a welcomed bonus on this quick 3 day hunt before heading straight to Kodiak Island.

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Greater Scaup / Bluebill

Diver Duck

Greater Scaup / Bluebill

Length: 15-22 inches
Wingspan: 28-33 inches
Weight: 1.6-3.0 lbs.
Hunt Location: Massachusetts

On this weeks’ episode of The Journey Within – The Waterfowl Slam, Mark Peterson is in Rhode Island after a single species, the Atlantic Brant. Mark is hunting with guide and friend, Capt. Ruben Perez. Will the Atlantic Brant be an easy species to check off the list? Lone King Eider’s are also known to travel through this area, is there a chance to cross this species off as well?

Mark Peterson Long-tailed Duck
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Long Tail Duck Old Squaw

Diver Duck

Long Tail Duck / Old Squaw

Length: 17.5–23.5 inches 
Wingspan: 28 inches
Weight: 1.63 lbs.
Hunt Location: Maine

Mark has traveled back home for a few days and then back at it in Maine with Lance and Emily Robinson from Goose Haven Outfitters, and Safari River Outfitters. Kodiak Island was productive in harvesting a Barrows Goldeneye, and a few others. Maine is known for its coastal cliffs, its eider population, and other beautiful sea-ducks. How many species can Mark check off the waterfowl slam list?

Mark Peterson Red-Breasted Merganser
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Red-breasted Merganser

Diver Duck

Red-Breasted Merganser

Length: 20-24 inches
Wingspan: 28-34 inches
Weight: 1.7-3 lbs.
Hunt Location: Cold Bay, Alaska

After completing the upland slam in 2020, Mark Peterson decided to take on the challenge of completing the North American waterfowl slam… in one season; something most waterfowl hunters strive for in a lifetime. With the Canadian boarder still closed in the wake of Covid, he commits himself to pursuing this quest knowing that he must do it by only hunting in the U.S. and Mexico. With an already stacked deck, he kicks off the journey in October and heads for Cold Bay, AK only to get more than he bargained for.

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Ring-necked Duck

Diver Duck

Ring-necked Duck

Length: 15.3-18.1 inches
Wingspan: 24.4-24.8 inches
Weight: 1.1-2 lbs.
Hunt Location: Arkansas

After a quick stop at the BassPro Pyramid in Memphis, Mark makes quick work of a three day hunt in Arkansas and picks up 3 more species. This was probably one of the most diverse stops so far as Mark found himself hunting every way possible, including from a pit blind on the bank to layout blinds in a rice field. He did what he had to do and scratched off Speckle Belly Goose, Hooded Merganser and a Lesser Scaup from the list. Only 15 more to go

Mark Peterson Surf Scoter
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Surf Scoter

Diver Duck

Surf Scoter

Length: 17-19 inches
Wingspan: 29.9-30.3 inches 
Weight: 2.0-2.31 lbs.
Hunt Location: Kodiak, Alaska

Mark Peterson heads back to Alaska where he’s looking to check a few more species off the list. He’s confronted with harsh weather that Kodiak Island is so well known for but pushes through and still manages to come away with three new species including the targeted Barrow’s goldeneye.

Mark Peterson White-winged Scoter
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White-winged Scoter

Diver Duck

White-winged Scoter

Length: 19-24 inches
Wingspan: 31.5 inches
Weight: 2.09-4.69 lbs.
Hunt Location: Maine

Mark has traveled back home for a few days and then back at it in Maine with Lance and Emily Robinson from Goose Haven Outfitters, and Safari River Outfitters. Kodiak Island was productive in harvesting a Barrows Goldeneye, and a few others. Maine is known for its coastal cliffs, its eider population, and other beautiful sea-ducks. How many species can Mark check off the waterfowl slam list?

Mark Peterson Ruddy Duck
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Ruddy Duck

Diver Duck

Ruddy Duck

Length: 13.5-17 inches
Wingspan:
18.5 inches 
Weight:
1.23 lbs.
Hunt Location
: North Dakota

Mark heads to the central flyway targeting a Tundra Swan in North Dakota. He has drawn the tag from the state and the guides are reporting that birds are in the area. Any other species that he can pick up here will be a welcomed bonus on this quick 3 day hunt before heading straight to Kodiak Island.

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Dabbling Duck

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Mark Peterson Mallard
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Mallard

Dabbling Duck

Mallard

Length: 20-26 inches
Wingspan: 32-39 inches
Weight: 1.6-3.5 lbs.
Hunt Location: Cold Bay, Alaska

Mark is still in Cold Bay, Alaska with 3 more days to hunt. After getting caught in an earthquake, he now faces another threat that requires a warning shot and some yelling to fend off a much larger hunter on the water.

Mark Peterson Black duck
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Black Duck

Dabbling Duck

Black Duck

Length: 21-23 inches
Wingspan: 35-37 inches
Weight: 1.6-3.6 lbs.
Hunt Location: Maine

Mark has traveled back home for a few days and then back at it in Maine with Lance and Emily Robinson from Goose Haven Outfitters, and Safari River Outfitters. Kodiak Island was productive in harvesting a Barrows Goldeneye, and a few others. Maine is known for its coastal cliffs, its eider population, and other beautiful sea-ducks. How many species can Mark check off the waterfowl slam list?

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Wood Duck

Dabbling Duck

Wood Duck

Length: 19-21 inches
Wingspan: 26-29 inches
Weight: 1-1.9 lbs.
Hunt Location: Florida

On this episode Mark leaves the peach state of Georgia to travel across the state line into Florida. Mark Peterson is on the quest to harvest a Wood Duck, Black Bellied Whistling Duck, Blue Winged Teal, and a Mottled Duck. Florida is one of two places where a Mottled Duck calls home. The wood duck one of the most colorful ducks of the 43 waterfowl slam species sure poses to be a colorful drone retrieval to say the least.

Mark Peterson Northern Pintail
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Northern Pintail

Dabbling Duck

Northern Pintail

Length: 23–30 inches
Wingspan: 31–37 inches
Weight: 1-3 lbs.
Hunt Location: Mexico

This week Mark hits the half way point by harvesting 6 more species while in Sonora, Mexico. Sonora may be known for giant mule deer, but Mark makes an example of just how productive the waterfowl hunting can be as well. This hunt has it all. Flocks of 100+ Pintails over decoys, Pacific Brant on the Sea of Cortez, Ring-necks in the fog and even a jump shoot for Coot.

Mark Peterson Gadwall
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Gadwall

Dabbling Duck

Gadwall

Length: 18–22 inches
Wingspan: 31–35 inches
Weight: 1.8-2.2 lbs.
Hunt Location: North Dakota

Mark heads to the central flyway targeting a Tundra Swan in North Dakota. He has drawn the tag from the state and the guides are reporting that birds are in the area. Any other species that he can pick up here will be a welcomed bonus on this quick 3 day hunt before heading straight to Kodiak Island.

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Blue-winged Teal

Dabbling Duck

Blue-winged Teal

Length: 16 inches
Wingspan: 23 inches
Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Hunt Location: Florida

On this episode Mark leaves the peach state of Georgia to travel across the state line into Florida. Mark Peterson is on the quest to harvest a Wood Duck, Black Bellied Whistling Duck, Blue Winged Teal, and a Mottled Duck. Florida is one of two places where a Mottled Duck calls home. The wood duck one of the most colorful ducks of the 43 waterfowl slam species sure poses to be a colorful drone retrieval to say the least.

Mark Peterson Green-winged Teal
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Green-winged Teal

Dabbling Duck

Green-winged Teal

Length: 12.2–15.3 inches
Wingspan: 20.5–23.2 inches
Weight: .3-1.1 lbs.
Hunt Location: Mexico

This week Mark hits the half way point by harvesting 6 more species while in Sonora, Mexico. Sonora may be known for giant mule deer, but Mark makes an example of just how productive the waterfowl hunting can be as well. This hunt has it all. Flocks of 100+ Pintails over decoys, Pacific Brant on the Sea of Cortez, Ring-necks in the fog and even a jump shoot for Coot.

Mark Peterson Cinnamon Teal
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Cinnamon Teal

Dabbling Duck

Cinnamon Teal

Length: 15.1–16.9 inches
Wingspan: 21.3–22.4 inches
Weight: .73-.88 lbs.
Hunt Location: Mexico

Mark Peterson is closing in on completing the waterfowl slam and checks off number 41 in Sinaloa, Mexico with a Cinnamon Teal. After some extensive scouting, Mark and the guys realize that number 42, the Fulvous Whistling duck is already south of their location and they must adapt on the fly. With a phone call to the guys at Worldwide Trophy Adventures, they pack their stuff and make a plan. Tune in next week to see this hunt continue in Culiacan where Mark finds species number 42, the Fulvous Whistling Duck.

Mark Peterson American Wigeon
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American Wigeon

Dabbling Duck

American Wigeon

Length: 17-23 inches
Wingspan: 30-36 inches
Weight: 1.1-2.5 lbs.
Hunt Location: Mexico

Mark is still in Cold Bay, Alaska with 3 more days to hunt. After getting caught in an earthquake, he now faces another threat that requires a warning shot and some yelling to fend off a much larger hunter on the water.

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Mottled Duck

Dabbling Duck

Mottled Duck

Length: 17-24 inches
Wingspan: 31.5-34.3 inches
Weight: 1.5-2.7 lbs.
Hunt Location: Florida

On this episode Mark leaves the peach state of Georgia to travel across the state line into Florida. Mark Peterson is on the quest to harvest a Wood Duck, Black Bellied Whistling Duck, Blue Winged Teal, and a Mottled Duck. Florida is one of two places where a Mottled Duck calls home. The wood duck one of the most colorful ducks of the 43 waterfowl slam species sure poses to be a colorful drone retrieval to say the least.

Mark Peterson Northern Shoveler
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Northern Shoveler

Dabbling Duck

Northern Shoveler

Length: 19 inches 
Wingspan: 30 inches
Weight: 1.3 lbs.
Hunt Location: Mexico

This week Mark hits the half way point by harvesting 6 more species while in Sonora, Mexico. Sonora may be known for giant mule deer, but Mark makes an example of just how productive the waterfowl hunting can be as well. This hunt has it all. Flocks of 100+ Pintails over decoys, Pacific Brant on the Sea of Cortez, Ring-necks in the fog and even a jump shoot for Coot.

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Black-Bellied Whistling Duck

Dabbling Duck

Black-Bellied Whistling Duck

Length: 17-24 inches
Wingspan: 31.5-34.3 inches
Weight: 1.5-2.7 lbs.
Hunt Location: Florida

On this episode Mark leaves the peach state of Georgia to travel across the state line into Florida. Mark Peterson is on the quest to harvest a Wood Duck, Black Bellied Whistling Duck, Blue Winged Teal, and a Mottled Duck. Florida is one of two places where a Mottled Duck calls home. The wood duck one of the most colorful ducks of the 43 waterfowl slam species sure poses to be a colorful drone retrieval to say the least.

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Dabbling Duck

Fulvous Whistling Duck

Length: 18-21 inches
Wingspan: 33.4-36.6 inches
Weight: 1.5-2.3 lbs.
Hunt Location: Sinaloa, Mexico

After 5 months of travel, Mark Peterson finds himself in Culiacan, Mexico and checks off species number 42, the Fulvous Whistling Duck. The action here was fast and steady which provided limits of Pintails, Cinnamon and Blue Wing Teal, as well as both the Black Belly and Fulvous Whistling Ducks. This hunt had so much action that even the camera guys got to do some shooting of their own. Check back next week as Mark finishes the North American waterfowl slam in Greenland with species number 43, the King Eider.

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Goose

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Canada Goose

GooSE

Canada Goose

Length: 30-43 inches 
Wingspan: 50–73 inches
Weight: 5.7–14.3 lbs
Hunt Location: Oklahoma

Oklahoma isn’t just known for its red dirt and great college football teams. Oklahoma is where Mark is looking at crossing the Sandhill Crane off his waterfowl slam list. Hunting with guides Gage Biggers and Shane Lewellen, Mark is able to harvest a limit of Sandhill Cranes, and then put his mark on a Canada Goose and a Ross Goose. Sandhill Cranes are only able to be hunted in a handful of states; Colorado, Kansas, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming.

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Atlantic Brant

GooSE

Atlantic Brant

Length: 22–26 inches 
Wingspan: 42–48 inches
Weight: 1.9–4.9 lbs.
Hunt Location: Rhode Island

On this weeks’ episode of The Journey Within – The Waterfowl Slam, Mark Peterson is in Rhode Island after a single species, the Atlantic Brant. Mark is hunting with guide and friend, Capt. Ruben Perez. Will the Atlantic Brant be an easy species to check off the list? Lone King Eider’s are also known to travel through this area, is there a chance to cross this species off as well?

Mark Peterson Pacific Brant
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Pacific Brant

GooSE

Pacific Brant

Length: 22–26 inches 
Wingspan: 42–48 inches
Weight: 1.9–4.9 lbs.
Hunt Location: Cold Bay, Alaska

After completing the upland slam in 2020, Mark Peterson decided to take on the challenge of completing the North American waterfowl slam… in one season; something most waterfowl hunters strive for in a lifetime. With the Canadian boarder still closed in the wake of Covid, he commits himself to pursuing this quest knowing that he must do it by only hunting in the U.S. and Mexico. With an already stacked deck, he kicks off the journey in October and heads for Cold Bay, AK only to get more than he bargained for.

Mark Peterson Crackling Goose
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Crackling Goose

GooSE

Crackling Goose

Length: 24.8-25.6 inches
Wingspan: 42.5-43.7 inches
Weight: 3-5.2 lbs.
Hunt Location: Cold Bay, Alaska

After completing the upland slam in 2020, Mark Peterson decided to take on the challenge of completing the North American waterfowl slam… in one season; something most waterfowl hunters strive for in a lifetime. With the Canadian boarder still closed in the wake of Covid, he commits himself to pursuing this quest knowing that he must do it by only hunting in the U.S. and Mexico. With an already stacked deck, he kicks off the journey in October and heads for Cold Bay, AK only to get more than he bargained for.

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White-fronted Goose

GooSE

White-fronted Goose
/ Specklebellly

Length: 25–32 inches
Wingspan: 51–65 inches
Weight: 4.4-7.5 lbs.
Hunt Location: Arkansas

After a quick stop at the BassPro Pyramid in Memphis, Mark makes quick work of a three day hunt in Arkansas and picks up 3 more species. This was probably one of the most diverse stops so far as Mark found himself hunting every way possible, including from a pit blind on the bank to layout blinds in a rice field. He did what he had to do and scratched off Speckle Belly Goose, Hooded Merganser and a Lesser Scaup from the list. Only 15 more to go

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Ross's Goose

GooSE

Ross's Goose

Length: 22.6-25.2 inches
Wingspan: 44.5-45.7 inches
Weight: 2.3-3.4 lbs.
Hunt Location: Oklahoma

Oklahoma isn’t just known for its red dirt and great college football teams. Oklahoma is where Mark is looking at crossing the Sandhill Crane off his waterfowl slam list. Hunting with guides Gage Biggers and Shane Lewellen, Mark is able to harvest a limit of Sandhill Cranes, and then put his mark on a Canada Goose and a Ross Goose. Sandhill Cranes are only able to be hunted in a handful of states; Colorado, Kansas, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming.

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Greater Snow Goose

GooSE

Greater Snow Goose

Length: 31 inches  
Wingspan: 53-65 inches
Weight: 7.1-9.9 lbs.
Hunt Location: Arkansas

On this weeks’ episode of The Journey Within – The Waterfowl Slam, Mark Peterson is in Arkansas to hunt the conservation season for snow geese. Mark is after a Blue Goose and a Snow Goose to check the 39th and 40th species of the waterfowl slam list. A pile of decoys, layout blinds, and lots of motion are the best ways to fool these weary birds. Snow Goose hunting, to say the least, is not for the faint of heart!

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Blue Goose

GooSE

Blue Goose / Lesser Snow Goose

Length: 25-31 inches  
Wingspan: 53-65 inches
Weight: 4.5-6.0 lbs.
Hunt Location: Arkansas

On this weeks’ episode of The Journey Within – The Waterfowl Slam, Mark Peterson is in Arkansas to hunt the conservation season for snow geese. Mark is after a Blue Goose and a Snow Goose to check the 39th and 40th species of the waterfowl slam list. A pile of decoys, layout blinds, and lots of motion are the best ways to fool these weary birds. Snow Goose hunting, to say the least, is not for the faint of heart!

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Other

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Mark Peterson American Coot
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American Coot

Other

American Coot

Length: 13–17 inches 
Wingspan: 23–28 inches
Weight: 0.94–1.87 lbs.
Hunt Location: Mexico

This week Mark hits the half way point by harvesting 6 more species while in Sonora, Mexico. Sonora may be known for giant mule deer, but Mark makes an example of just how productive the waterfowl hunting can be as well. This hunt has it all. Flocks of 100+ Pintails over decoys, Pacific Brant on the Sea of Cortez, Ring-necks in the fog and even a jump shoot for Coot.

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Sandhill Crane

Other

Sandhill Crane

Length: 2 ft. 7 in.–4 ft. 6 in.  
Wingspan: 5 ft. 5 in. – 7 ft. 7 in.
Weight: 8.9–10.1 lbs.
Hunt Location: Oklahoma

Oklahoma isn’t just known for its red dirt and great college football teams. Oklahoma is where Mark is looking at crossing the Sandhill Crane off his waterfowl slam list. Hunting with guides Gage Biggers and Shane Lewellen Mark is able to harvest a limit of Sandhill Cranes, and then put his mark on a Canada Goose and a Ross’s Goose. Sandhill Cranes are only able to be hunted in a handful of states; Colorado, Kansas, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming.

Mark Peterson Tundra Swan
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Tundra Swan

Other

Tundra Swan

Length: 47–59 inches 
Wingspan: 43-49.3 inches
Weight: 9.5–21 lbs.
Hunt Location: North Dakota

Mark heads to the central flyway targeting a Tundra Swan in North Dakota. He has drawn the tag from the state and the guides are reporting that birds are in the area. Any other species that he can pick up here will be a welcomed bonus on this quick 3 day hunt before heading straight to Kodiak Island.

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