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Management of Seasonally Flooded Impoundments for Wildlife
Abstract : The concepts and practices that make up moist-soil management were developed at Mingo National Wildlife Refuge in southeast Missouri from 196S to 1982. Moist-soil management offersExpand
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Food habits of breeding white-winged scoters
Twenty-four adult and 10 duckling white-winged scoters were collected on four lakes in central Saskatchewan during the summers of 1977–1980. Hyalella azteca was the most important scoter food andExpand
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Dump Nesting in a Missouri Wood Duck Population
Dump nesting (2 or more hens laying eggs in 1 nest box) was a common phenomenon in a population of wood ducks (Aix sponsa) in southeastern Missouri. Nesting attempts increased from 47 in 1966 to 181Expand
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Dynamics of the platyhelminth fauna of wood ducks in relation to food habits and reproductive state.
The dynamics of the intestinal helminth fauna of wood ducks (Aix sponsa) and the relationship between changes in food habits and helminth populations during the bird's reproductive cycle were studiedExpand
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Response of blue-winged teal to range management on waterfowl production areas in southeastern south Dakota.
The blue-winged teal (Anus discors) was the predominant upland-nesting waterfowl species in Waterfowl Production Areas (WPA’s) in southeastern South Dakota. In native plant communities, factors thatExpand
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Late winter survival of female mallards in Arkansas
Determining factors that limit winter survival of waterfowl is necessary to develop effective management plans. We radiomarked immature and adult female mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) after the 1988Expand
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Caryophyllaeid cestodes from two species of redhorse (Moxostoma).
Two caryophyllaeid tapeworms, lsoglaridacris longus sp. n., and I. folius sp. n., are described from two species of redhorse, name:\)', Moxostoma macolepidotum and M. erythrurum, respectively.Expand
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Wetlands of the Great Plains: Habitat Characteristics and Vertebrate Aggregations
Grassland, the largest biome in North America, is characterized by the uniform presence of perennial grasses that originally supported extensive populations of native ungulates (e.g., buffalo [BisonExpand
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