East of the Cascades, southern Oregon's Summer Lake Wildlife Area is starting to look like nearby Winter Rim, as ice now covers about 90 percent of the area's wetlands. Most of the units are flooded, but nearly all are iced over. The area continues to flood, particularly in the northwestern part of the lake head. Birds are concentrated on openings in the ice on Ana River and other places where moving water is kept open by birds. Waterfowl numbers dipped drastically last week, when 87 die-hard hunters took 150 ducks and 12 geese. The weekly survey count tallied about 5,600 ducks and 1,200 geese.