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Effects of grazing on nesting by upland sandpipers in southcentral North Dakota
Grazing by livestock is often used to reduce litter, improve plant vigor, and alter plant species composition, but additional information is needed on the effects of these management practices onExpand
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Effects of grazing and burning on densities and habitats of breeding ducks in North Dakota
Native grassland communities controlled by public agencies become increasingly important to the maintenance of many wildlife species as privately owned grasslands are destroyed or degraded forExpand
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Use of elevated nest baskets by ducks
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Construction and operation of cable-chain drag for nest searches
A 1 i s t of mater ia ls necessary t o b u i l d and use a 53-m-long cable-chain drag i s presented. Techniques are described f o r searching, f ind ing, and marking nests i n a t yp i ca l area o fExpand
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Prescribed Burning Guidelines in the Northern Great Plains
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High survival and homing rate of hand-reared wild-strain mallards
In the summer of 1970, 648 (329 males and 319 females) hand-reared wild-strain mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) were banded and released at the Arrowwood Naffonal Wildlife Refuge, Edmunds, North Dakota.Expand
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