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Waterfowl production in relation to grazing
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Some aspects of the breeding biology of the upland sandpiper in North Dakota
The general nesting range of the Upland Sandpiper (Bartramia longicauda), formerly called Upland Plover, extends from northwestern Alaska, northern Yukon, southern Mackenzie, central Manitoba,Expand
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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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A cable-chain device for locating duck nests
Abgract: A cable-chain device towed between two vehicles was developed for locating occupied duck nests in brushy, herbaceous, and grassy cover types. Twenty-three of 29 previously located gadwallExpand
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Waterfowl production on the Woodworth Station in south-central North Dakota, 1965-1981
Abstract : The maintenance of healthy wetland and upland environments and desired populations of waterfowl depends on increasingly sophisticated management programs for public and private lands. NewExpand
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Waterfowl nesting on an earth-filled cement culvert
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