Survival and philopatry of female dabbling ducks in southcentral Saskatchewan

@inproceedings{Arnold1996SurvivalAP,
  title={Survival and philopatry of female dabbling ducks in southcentral Saskatchewan},
  author={Todd Weston Arnold and Rev. G. Clark},
  year={1996}
}
Survival and emigration are important processes affecting population dynamics, but these parameters are poorly known for most species of prairie waterfowl. We used mark-resighting analyses to estimate local survival and resighting probabilities of nasal-marked female dabbling ducks (Anas spp.) on the St. Denis National Wildlife Area in southcentral Saskatchewan during 1982-93. Annual resighting probabilities averaged 0.65 (SE = 0.05) for mallards (A. platyrhynchos), 0.75 (SE = 0.09) for… CONTINUE READING

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