Waterfowl, their biology and natural history

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University of Nebraska Press , Lincoln
Waterfowl., Birds -- Pictorial w
Statement[by] Paul A. Johnsgard. Introd. by Peter Scott.
GenrePictorial works.
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LC ClassificationsQL696.A5 J63
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 138 p.
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Open LibraryOL17757861M

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Chapter subjects include waterfowl populations and their distributions, habitat, food habits, hunting traditions, harvest, banding, management, nesting, the history of Canada Geese, and the biographies of some of the biologists who advanced the knowledge of waterfowl in the twentieth century.

Their widespread distribution, year-round presence, and tolerance of humans make them ideal subjects for photography, ecological research, nature study, and environmental education. And for those of us with a passion for waterfowl, they offer a welcome connection to the wild in suburban settings.

Their Behavior and Biology. by Johnsgard, Paul A. and Montserrat Carbonell.pp, ISBN: hardcover, covers 8 species and associated subspecies; 16 color photographs, 47 b&w line drawings, and 19 tables of data; one chapter per species and chapters on taxonomy, plumages, behavior, natural history, and population biology ().

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A comprehensive annotated list of genera and species of waterfowl and a key for identification makes this a book by which birdwatchers can join researchers and scholars in putting to good use this book photographs (59 in color) and 16 pages of figures.

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the natural history of these waterfowl species provides a vital reminder of. South of about 45 degrees latitude, however, biological flyways become more distinct as waterfowl funnel through primary fall migration and wintering habitats.

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A variety of topics relating to waterfowl were investigated and are discussed in this page book with major emphasis placed on wetland habitats, food habits analyses, populations analyses, banding results, harvest information, historical records and regulations, private duck clubs, Canada Geese, nesting information, and waterfowl management.

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While it is geared primarily to the waterfowl breeder, the book surveys aspects of the natural history, ecology and conservation of many species, and contains some heretofore unpublished wild observations of the behavior and biology of certain waterfowl, and these may be helpful to those working with some of the species which have proven more.

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