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The Reproductive Biology of Rock Ptarmigan ( Lagopus mutus ) in the Central Canadian Arctic
This paper reports on the nesting phenology, breeding biology, and attrition rates at different stages of the breeding cycle of a population of rock ptarmigan ( Lagopus mutus ) at Windy Lake,Expand
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Effects of nest and brood visits and radio transmitters on rock ptarmigan
The effect of researchers on animal behavior and survival has received attention, and avian studies have reported results ranging from few effects to decreases in reproductive success and survival.Expand
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Breeding Biology of Brant on Banks Island, Northwest Territories, Canada
The numbers of brant ( Branta bernicla ) in the Pacific Flyway are relatively small compared to other populations of arctic geese and have declined from historic levels. Little information isExpand
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Population Trends in Semipalmated Sandpipers from Migration Counts
Abstract. Although Semipalmated Sandpipers are one of the most common shorebirds in North America, analyses of migration trends using data from the Maritimes, International and Ontario ShorebirdExpand
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Third Census of Seabird Populations of the Gaspé Peninsula, Québec, 2002
In the tradition of the quinquennial census of seabirds in the Migratory Bird Sanctuaries along Quebec’s North Shore, which began in 1925, this paper presents the results of the first three seabirdExpand
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Sixteenth Census of Seabird Populations in the Sanctuaries of the North Shore of the Gulf of St . Lawrence , 2005
The Migratory Bird Sanctuaries of the North Shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence not only contribute to sea bird conservation by protecting important breeding grounds, but through the quinquennialExpand
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RAPTOR PREDATION ON ROCK PTARMIGAN (LAGOPUS-MUTUS) IN THE CENTRAL CANADIAN ARCTIC
A}•STR^CT.--We studied the nature and timing of raptor predation on a population of Rock Ptarmigan (Lagopus mutus) in the central Arctic of the Northwest Territories from 1987 to 1989. The density ofExpand
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Breeding Biology of Atlantic Population Canada Geese in Nunavik, Northern Québec
The Atlantic population of Canada Geese ( Branta canadensis interior ) experienced a sharp decline in numbers in the late 1980s. Management agencies in Canada and the United States responded byExpand
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Fifteenth Census of Seabird Populations in the Sanctuaries of the North Shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, 1998-1999
For the first time since the tradition began in 1925, the quinquennial census of seabirds in the Migratory Bird Sanctuaries of the North Shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence was divided between twoExpand
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