Waterfowl numbers are up in Kansas as well, with Wildlife and Park officials in several areas reporting a significant increase in ducks and geese over the past week. Duck counts at Cedar Bluff Wildlife Management Area have jumped to 10,000, with a mix of species including teal, shovelers, widgeon, and mallards, along with a few divers. Glen Elder comes in with an estimated 4,000 mallards, 2,500 other puddle ducks, and 6,000 divers. Goose numbers are also on the increase, with 110,000 snow geese and 7,000 Canada geese using the 12,500-acre reservoir. Jamestown, Norton, and Lovewell are also showing increased numbers of both ducks and geese.