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Duck Nesting in the Northern Great Plains

Nest Success in Prairie Canada, 1982-85

Information from (Northern Prairie Publication 0919):

Greenwood, R. J., A. B. Sargeant, D. H. Johnson, M. A. Sovada, and T. L. 
     Shaffer.  1995.  Factors associated with duck nest success in the 
     prairie pothole region of Canada.  Wildl. Monogr. 128.  57 pp.

Estimates of nest success (%) from pooled annual averages (unweighted) for mallards, gadwalls, blue-winged teals, northern shovelers, and northern pintails on study areas in the Prairie Pothole Region of Canada.

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