canvasback duck


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North American wild duck valued for sport and food

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Next, onward to Ruby Valley, Nevada, as assistant refuge manager, where he was able to restore and protect the sensitive nesting grounds for canvasback ducks.
25 COST OF 2 CANVASBACK DUCKS PACKED ON ICE AND SHIPPED FROM TEXAS TO ENGLAND IN 1890
While the duck-hunting season will remain on the liberal end of the spectrum, with a 107-day season, waterfowlers will not be allowed to take any canvasback ducks this season.
The first kind, resembling canvasback ducks, were made from native tule, a lengthy, western variety of the common bulrush.
In this paper, we develop and explore an individual-based model of foraging energetics in Canvasback ducks (Aythya valisineria) that includes effects of food dispersion.
IN THE LATE 1800s, MILLIONS OF canvasback ducks would show up on the Chesapeake Bay each fall and spend the winter months gorging themselves on root stalks, tubers and stems of submerged aquatic vegetation.
Duck and goose hunting should be good in Northwest Oregon, as strong fall flight forecasts - combined with expanding resident waterfowl populations - led waterfowl managers to again provide the liberal season lengths and bag limits, except for restrictions on pintails, hen mallards, redhead, scaup and canvasback ducks.