Species estimates are:

Mallards: 10.9 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 42% above the long-term average.

Gadwall: 3.8 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 102% above the long-term average.

American wigeon: 3.1 million, which is 18% above the 2013 estimate and 20% above the long-term average.

Green-winged teal: 3.4 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 69% above the long-term average.

Blue-winged teal: 8.5 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 75% above the long-term average.

Northern shovelers: 5.3 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 114% above the long-term average.

Northern pintails: 3.2 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimates and 20% below the long-term average.

Redheads: 1.3 million, which is similar to their 2013 estimates and 85% above the long-term average.

Canvasbacks: 0.7 million, which is similar to their 2013 estimates and 18% above the long-term average.

Scaup: 4.6 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and similar to the long-term average.

Black ducks (Eastern Survey Area): 619,000, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and similar to the long-term average.

Mallards: 10.9 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 42% above the long-term average.

Gadwall: 3.8 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 102% above the long-term average.

American wigeon: 3.1 million, which is 18% above the 2013 estimate and 20% above the long-term average.

Green-winged teal: 3.4 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 69% above the long-term average.

Blue-winged teal: 8.5 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 75% above the long-term average.

Northern shovelers: 5.3 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and 114% above the long-term average.

Northern pintails: 3.2 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimates and 20% below the long-term average.

Redheads: 1.3 million, which is similar to their 2013 estimates and 85% above the long-term average.

Canvasbacks: 0.7 million, which is similar to their 2013 estimates and 18% above the long-term average.

Scaup: 4.6 million, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and similar to the long-term average.

Black ducks (Eastern Survey Area): 619,000, which is similar to the 2013 estimate and similar to the long-term average.