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Homemade Nest Sites for Giant Canada Geese

References


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Bellrose, F.C. 1976. Ducks, geese, and swans of North America. 2nd ed. 
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Cooper, J.A. 1978. The history and breeding biology of the Canada goose of
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Lee, F.B., C.H. Schroeder, T.L. Kuck, L.J. Schoonover, M.A. Johnson, H.K.
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Stewart, R.E. 1975. Breeding birds of North Dakota. Tri-College Center for
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