|Other titles||Journal of wildlife management. Vol. 58, no. 3 (Supplement)|
|Statement||by Brian T. Gray and Richard M. Kaminski.|
|Series||Wildlife monographs -- no. 127.|
|Contributions||Kaminski, Richard M., Wildlife Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
Illegal Waterfowl Hunting in the Mississippi Flyway and Recommendations for Alleviation. Wildlife Monograph Article: Miguel A. Pascual and Milo D. Adkison. The decline of the . Brian T. Gray has written: 'Illegal waterfowl hunting in the Mississippi flyway and recommendations for alleviation' -- subject(s): Birds, Birds, Protection of, Conservation, Protection of Birds. No. Nesting and brood-rearing ecology of Mississippi Valley population Canada geese. John G. Bruggink, Thomas C. Tacha, J. Chris Davies, and Kenneth F. Abraham. January 39 pages. . Gray, B. T. and Kaminski, R. M. Illegal Waterfowl Hunting in the Mississippi Flyway and Recommendations for Alleviation. The Wildlife Society, , Wildlife Monographs, Number .
Illegal waterfowl hunting in the Mississippi flyway and recommendations for alleviation / by Brian T. Gray and Richard M. Kaminski. QL 1 W54 NO Factors associated with duck nest success in the Prairie . Illegal waterfowl hunting in the Mississippi flyway and recommendations for alleviation / by Brian T. Gray and Richard M. Kaminski. Gray, Brian T. SK W4 no Influence of habitat abundance and . Overall, 26% of Mississippi Flyway waterfowl-stamp purchasers admitted committing shooting-hour, bag-limit, and/or baiting violations on ducks during the season, and 35% admitted. Approximate ranges of the Mississippi Flyway Giant Population (MFRP), the Hi-Line Population (HLP), and the Pacific Population (Pacific) of Canada geese in North America. birds from private aviculturists .
A view Re and Assessment of Spent Lead Ammunition and Its Exposure and Effects Mississippi Flyway estimated that mortality from lead shot exposure declined 64 %, waterfowl hunting, a . Two hundred bird species, about 2% of the global total, occur regularly in the Arctic (Ganter & Gaston, Chapter 4). The majority of these are waterfowl, shorebirds and seabirds, with relatively few songbird . Estimates and trends for waterfowl spp. populations from Partners in Flight (version ) and Breeding Bird Survey data () with Partners in Flight Detectability Parameters data. Table . Waterfowl Bagged per Hunter (waterfowl/ hunter) c/ - - Source: Hammack and Brown () Notes: a/ b/ c/ Results are for mallards only, which represented about 30% of waterfowl .