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Harlequin duck surveys in the central eastern slopes of Alberta, spring 1998

Paul GrГ©goire

Harlequin duck surveys in the central eastern slopes of Alberta, spring 1998

by Paul GrГ©goire

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Published by Canadian Wildlife Service in [Edmonton, Alta.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harlequin duck -- Alberta.,
  • Bird surveys -- Alberta.,
  • Eastern Slopes Region (Alta.)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul Grégoire, Jeff Kneteman, Jim Allen.
    SeriesTechnical report series -- no. 329, Technical report series (Canadian Wildlife Service) -- 329.
    ContributionsKneteman, Jeff., Allen, Jim., Canadian Wildlife Service. Prairie and Northern Region.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL696.A52 G74 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 11 p. :
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20126207M
    ISBN 100662274067
    OCLC/WorldCa70839228

    ABSTRACT 1 investigated winter nlovenlent patterns and population structure of Harlequin Ducks (liistrionicus histrioniczrs) in the Strait of Georgia, British Colunlbia, e of winter pairing, delayed maturation, and long-term pair bonds, movement patterns at wintering areas. Holomelina aurantiaca – NEW for Alberta. Listed in the report as Holomelina sp. nr. ferruginosa, collected J km NE of Fidler Point. The taxonomy of this group is poorly known, but these small rose-colored specimens appear to match aurantiaca, another eastern boreal insect previously reported west to Saskatchewan. The other.

    Survey of Lepidoptera in the Sub-arctic Ecoregion of northeastern Alberta. I. Survey of Caribou Mountains Wildland Park prepared for the Alberta Natural Heritage Information Centre, Parks and Protected Areas Division, Alberta Community Development by C. Schmidt, D. Macaulay, and G. Pohl Alberta Lepidopterists' Guild   The Canadian Shield ecoregion is one of six natural regions found in Alberta. It is restricted to the extreme northeastern part of the province (Strong & Leggat ). This region is further divided into the Kazan Upland and Athabasca Plain that are located north and south of Lake Athabasca, respectively. Although the Lepidoptera are one of the.

    The Auk (1), NEST PREDATION IN ASPEN WOODLOTS IN AN AGRICULTURAL AREA IN ALBERTA: THE ENEMY FROM WITHIN SUSAN J. HANNON1 AND SUSAN E. COTTERILL Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9, CanadaCited by: Wells Gray Provincial Park is located in central-eastern British Columbia and is part of the southern mountain caribou’s habitat. The southern mountain caribou herd populations have declined drastically since the introduction of logging outside the southern end of Wells Gray Provincial Park by station has caused a change from old-growth forest to young forest which attracts.


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Scanningcenter alberta Worldcat (source edition) Show More. The Harlequin Duck is currently considered ‘sensitive’ in Alberta. Several other agencies in western North America have identified the Harlequin Duck to be of special management concern. The eastern population of Harlequin Duck is listed by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) as ‘endangered’.

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