Special Report on
Division of Migratory Bird Management
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May 11th, 2010, the governments of United States, Canada, and Mexico, on behalf of Partner in Flight organizations, announced the release of a ground-breaking report articulating tri-national priorities for bird conservation. The report, Saving our Shared Birds: Partners in Flight Tri-National Vision for Landbird Conservation, was unveiled at the XVth Trilateral Committee for Wildlife and Ecosystem Conservation and Management annual meeting in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The report - a collaboration by bird conservation experts from the three nations’ leading conservation PIF organizations– is the first comprehensive ...
Elucidating geographic locations from where migratory birds are recruited into adult breeding populations is a fundamental but largely elusive goal in conservation biology. This is especially true for species that breed in remote northern areas where field-based demographic assessments are logistically challenging. Here we used hydrogen isotopes (δD) to determine natal origins of migrating hatch-year lesser scaup ( Aythya affinis ) harvested by hunters in the United States from all North American flyways during the hunting seasons of 1999–2000 (n = 412) and 2000–2001 (n = 455). We combined ... Read More
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DIVISION OF MIGRATORY BIRD MANAGEMENT
House Session 2010-04-15 (13:44:51-14 ...