Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Duck Nesting in the Northern Great Plains
Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center is host to an extensive inventory
and monitoring effort of duck nest success in the northern Great Plains. Information
on duck nests are collected annually by Center biologists and State, Federal,
Provincial and private cooperators using standardized procedures developed at
Northern Prairie furnishes data forms to interested cooperators. Cooperators
send completed data forms to Northern Prairie where data are entered, error-checked,
summarized and archived.
Center statisticians and biologists periodically analyze the data to provide
up-to-date information for assessing status and trends in duck nest success
and for use as input in various population models.
This resource should be cited as:
Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center. 1995. Duck nesting in the Northern
Great Plains. Jamestown, ND: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Online.
Table of Contents
- For further information:
- Terry L. Shaffer
- Biological Resources Division
- Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
- 8711 37th Street SE
- Jamestown, North Dakota
- 701-253-5522 (phone)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (e-mail)
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