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Assessment of a Mallard Model in
Minnesota's Prairie Coteau

Minnesota Wildlife Reports

  1. Attracting broods with tape-recorded chick calls. Richard O. Kimmel. 1985. 8pp.

  2. Foods and feeding behavior of young gray partridge in Minnesota. Richard Erpelding, Richard O. Kimmel, and Drake J. Lockman. 1986. 14pp.

  3. Effectiveness of Swareflex wildlife warning reflectors in reducing deer-vehicle collisions in Minnesota. David K. Ingebritsen and John R. Ludwig. 1986. 6pp.

  4. Effects of hunting seasons on pheasant populations. Alfred H. Berner and Dennis Heisey. 1986. 17pp.

  5. Measurement error models for common wildlife radio-tracked systems. Richard M. Pace, III. 1988. 19pp.

  6. Hunting harvest of white-tailed deer in the Bearville Study Area, northcentral Minnesota. Todd K. Fuller. 1988. 45pp.

  7. Summary and evaluation of Minnesota's waterfowl breeding population survey, 1972-1986. Stephen J. Maxson and Richard M. Pace, III. 1989. 103pp.

  8. An annotated bibliography of forest management for white-tailed deer. Mark S. Lenarz. 1990. 38pp.

  9. The white-tailed deer in Minnesota's Farmland: the 1960's. Alfred H. Berner and Dennis Simon (compilers). 1993. 27pp.

  10. The sharp-tailed grouse in Minnesota. William E. Berg. 1997. 17pp.

  11. The greater prairie-chicken in Minnesota. W. Daniel Svedarsky, Terrrance J. Wolfe, and John E. Toepfer. 1997. 19pp.

  12. Assessment of a mallard model in Minnesota's Prairie Coteau. Michael C. Zicus and David P. Rave. 1998. 43pp.

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