A warm fall throughout the Midwest has delayed a lot of migration for ducks and geese through Missouri. And, the late colder weather might finally drive some waterfowl through – just in time for the last days of one season and the beginning of another. Duck hunters in the northern one-third of the state have a few days left to hunt ducks, a little longer in the middle zone of the state, and a few more weeks in the south zone. The Department of Conservation says a lot of the migration through Missouri is affected by weather farther north. The late goose hunting season that starts Saturday in the northern two-thirds of the state could end up being good for hunters because of the late cold weather.