Anas rubripes

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a dusky duck of northeastern United States and Canada


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American black ducks (Anas rubripes) administered CCFA IM had plasma concentrations [greater than or equal to] 1 [micro]g/ mL for a longer period than those dosed subcutaneously (SC), and CCFA seemed to have greater bioavailability after IM than subcutaneous administration although this was not fully tested via statistical analysis.
The population trend for indicated breeding pairs of mallards (Anas platyrhnchos) and American black ducks (A.
DNA Fingerprinting of Michigan Migratory Waterfowl: Mallards and American Black Ducks.
Conwy RSPB current manager Sarah Money said the male American black duck was at the reserve early in the day before flying off, but has already attracted ornithologists.
Haldane' s rule and American black duck x mallard hybridization.
Other commonly observed species include brant, mute and tundra swans, American black duck, mallard and red-breasted merganser.
Such is the dilemma facing biologists with regards to the American black duck, a close cousin of the more common and ubiquitous mallard.
HUNTER: Stephen Skarosi, Burghill, OH band#: 1917-76221 SPECIES: American Black Duck (D) BANDED: 08/22/2012 LOCATION: 30 m NE Senneterre, QC RECOVERED: 12/28/2013 LOCATION: Kent County, DE
The 1980s counts documented the crash of the American black duck, resulting in wildlife biologists decreasing hunting pressure on them.
The move will conserve and protect migratory waterfowl habitat within those areas, with special consideration given to the American black duck.
Puddle ducks--Mallard, American black duck, Northern pintail, Wigeon, Green-winged teal, Blue-winged teal, Cinnamon teal, Northern shoveler, Gadwall, Wood duck, Mottled duck, Fulvous whistling duck, Black-bellied whistling duck
And along the edges of the lake in the shallower waters, hardy mallards and American black ducks loaf and feed.
The things people see are common loons, American black ducks, common mergansers, common golden eyes, and ring-necked ducks.
Bald eagles, American black ducks, seaside sparrows, cerulean warblers, black rails, New England cottontail rabbits and shortnose sturgeons all find a home there.
The territorial gulls also prey on terns, laughing gulls and American black ducks.
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