Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Wetlands of the United States
Their Extent and Their Value To Waterfowl and Other Wildlife
|Arm of Lake Pend Oreille, northern Idaho. Principal value of this area is for resting and feeding by waterfowl during migration, but mallards and wood ducks are common nesters.|
Type 5 -- Inland open fresh water: Distribution, abundance, and importance to waterfowl.
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