Corpus ID: 127074421

Nesting Ecology of Ducks in Dense Nesting Cover and Restored Native Plantings in Northeastern North Dakota

@inproceedings{Haffele2012NestingEO,
  title={Nesting Ecology of Ducks in Dense Nesting Cover and Restored Native Plantings in Northeastern North Dakota},
  author={Ryan D. Haffele},
  year={2012}
}
  • Ryan D. Haffele
  • Published 2012
  • Geography
  • 4 Citations

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