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The waterfowl research program in Illinois

by Arthur Stuart Hawkins

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Published by Natural History Survey in Urbana, Ill .
Written in English

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    Statement[by] Arthur S. Hawkins, Frank C. Bellrose, Jr., [and] Harry G. Anderson.
    SeriesIllinois. Natural History Survey. Biological notes,, no. 12, Biological notes ;, no. 12.
    ContributionsBellrose, Frank Chapman, 1916-, Anderson, Harry George, 1910-
    LC ClassificationsQH9 .I5 no. 12
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 numb. leaves
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL189111M
    LC Control Numbera 46000791

    The migratory bird treaty and a century of waterfowl conservation Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Wildlife Management 82(2) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Results of the Illinois Hunter Harvest Survey. Human Dimensions Research Program Report, Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign, IL. 64pp. _, _, and C.B. Colligan. Results of the Illinois Hunter Harvest Survey. Human Dimensions .

    My friend encountered the mallard near Sanganois State Fish and Wildlife Area, between Bath and Chandlerville, along the Illinois River. Coincidentally, this is the birthplace of our modern waterfowl-banding program. Fredrick Lincoln started his large-scale banding program at the Sanganois Duck Club (now Sanganois SFWA) in the s. The mission of the MDWFP Wildlife Research Program is to develop meaningful research designed to guide Falconry Program Falconry has been around for centuries dating back to B.C. and has been a staple in many cultures.

      Prairie Wetland Ecology: The Contribution of the Marsh Ecology Research Program. Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa. pp. Book: Stephen Havera. Waterfowl of Illinois: Status and Management. Illinois Natural History Survey Special Publicat Champaign, pp. Disclaimer. The The Indiana Hunting & Trapping Guide is available on eRegulations, a third party online service. The guide is a summary of Indiana hunting regulations. It is designed as a service to hunters and is not intended to be a complete digest of all hunting and trapping regulations.

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Illinois Outdoor Hall of Fame, a program of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources’ Illinois Conservation Foundation, in recognition of his lifelong commitment to natural resource protection and outdoor recreation in Illinois. Bellrose’s lifelong dedication to waterfowl research was a shining example to peers throughout the profession.

The aerial censusing of waterfowl continues to be an important part of the INHS research program. Banding studies that yielded vital information about migrating waterfowl were first initiated by Hawkins and Bellrose and later continued by Bellrose and others. Most data were gathered in autumn during the migration of waterfowl through Illinois.

The Illinois Conservation Foundation is assisting the Waterfowl Research Center in establishing a long-term financial support program.

The foundation has set a goal of raising $2 million as a permanent endowment to support the Frank C. Bellrose Waterfowl Research Center. Illinois wetlands, waterways and waterfowl have come together in a page book and companion field guide that blend history, biological research, conservation management and a wealth of color.

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