2 edition of Waterfowl and other ornithological investigations in Yukon Territory, Canada, 1950 found in the catalog.
Waterfowl and other ornithological investigations in Yukon Territory, Canada, 1950
J. Dewey Soper
1954 by Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, National Parks Branch, Wildlife Service in Ottawa .
Written in English
|Statement||by J. Dewey Soper.|
|Series||Wildlife management bulletin -- ser. 2, no. 7|
|Contributions||Canadian Wildlife Service.|
|LC Classifications||QL685 .S68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||55|
Less well known to the public, however, were the contributions of Saila and the other Inuit who helped Soper, a debt Soper acknowledged when he inked these words on Saila’s map: “This map was drawn by the Eskimo ‘Saila’ in the fall of , as the breeding grounds of the blue goose were discovered by J. Dewey Soper in June, , with. 1 Kelsall, J.P. A study of the bird populations in the apple orchards of the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. 69 p. 2 Soper, J.D. Waterfowl and related investigations in the Peace-Athabasca Delta region of Alberta. 63 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, ) 3 Soper, J.D. c. 1 vols. Oblong 4to. Black cloth photo album. Item # aerial waterfowl survey / lower klamath nwr. date: total ducks; total geese canada geese: white-fronted geese white geese swans: sandhill cranes. 9/27/ 64, 5, - - - - - 10/15/ , 15, 5, 4, 5, -
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Joseph Dewey Soper (May 5,Guelph, Ontario — November 2, Waterfowl and Other Ornithological Investigations in Yukon Territory, Canada, Wildlife management bulletin, no. 7, The Birds of Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Born: May 5,Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Birds of the Yukon Territory is the result of a decade-long project initiated to gather and share what is known about the Yukon’s birdlife.
Lavishly illustrated with colour photographs and hand-drawn bird illustrations, the book presents a wealth of information on bird distribution, migration and breeding chronology, nesting behaviour.
"Waterfowl and other Ornithological Investigations in teh Northwest and Yukon Territories and in Northern Alberta, and by J. Dewey Soper." Canadian Wildlife Service, Department of Resources and Development, Edmonton, Alberta.
Birds of the Yukon Territory is the result of a decade-long project initiated to gather and share what is known about the Yukon’s birdlife. Lavishly illustrated with colour photographs and hand-drawn bird illustrations, the book presents a wealth of information on bird distribution, migration and breeding chronology, nesting behaviour Format: Hardcover.
The efforts of these early birders and naturalists created a starting base of knowledge about birds of the Yukon for future generations to build on. The construction of highways such as the Alaska Highway, Canol Road, and the Haines Road in the s allowed easier access to a wide variety of bird habitats and areas that were rarely visited by.
Home; Osgood's 'Biological Investigations in Alaska and Yukon Territory.' Osgood's 'Biological Investigations in Alaska and Yukon Territory.'. Deep in the wilderness of Northern Canada lies a mysterious region around which strange tales have swirled for more than years.
Located near the junction of British Columbia, Yukon, and the Northwest Territories, the Nahanni Valley is region replete with stories of. Bird populations in the Kluane Mountains, southwest Yukon, with special reference to vegetation and fire Article in Canadian Journal of Zoology 54(8) February with 7 ReadsAuthor: John Theberge.
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Bostock (editor). Yukon experienced rapid population growth in the 19th century due to the gold rush. This, among other factors, made the people living in Yukon realize that they needed more governmental representation. As a result, Canada passed the Yukon Act indesignating. Becker () recounted that a display of Hegg's photographs in New York City caused a near-riot.
At the ceremony for the White Pass and Yukon Railway reaching Lake Bennett on July 6,Hegg's camera caught two or three other photographers at work, including amateur E.S. Busby. Birds of the Yukon Territory provides unprecedented coverage of the bird species of 1950 book Yukon. Lavishly illustrated with more than color photographs and hand-drawn bird illustrations, the book presents a wealth of information on bird distribution, migration and breeding chronology, nesting behavior, habitat use, and conservation concerns.5/5(1).
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Cleveland as Pillsbury & Cleveland. A photograph of Discovery is dated Ap 4 The State of Canada’s Birds began for most species. For species with suffi cient data to monitor their status, 44% have decreased, 33% have increased and 23% have shown little overall change.
Some groups, such as grassland birds, aerial insectivores and shorebirds, are showing major declines. Other groups such as waterfowl, raptorsFile Size: 4MB. The number of counts remained atwith 91 from BC and 12 from the Yukon.
Two new counts were submitted: Narcosli, BC and Takhini-Lake Laberge, YT. The species total for BC counts dropped by two to this year, while Yukon counts found 36 species, three less than last year. The Other Format of the Waterfowl: More than 50 species - all the waterfowl most commonly seen across the United States and Canada by Roger Tory Peterson.
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Fish and Wildlife Service and its partners the. c) to work with other societies, organizations and individuals having similar objectives to this society, within and outside of the territory. The Society of Yukon Bird Observatories can be reached at the following address: Society of Yukon Bird Observatories PO Box Whitehorse, YT Y1A 5M2 Email – [email protected] or.
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The black head and neck with a white "chinstrap" distinguish the Canada Goose from all other goose species, with the exception of the Barnacle Goose, but the latter has a black breast, and also grey, rather than brownish, body plumage.
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Out of print for more than 40 years, 'Their Own Yukon' is available once again. The book offers a glimpse into Yukon First Nations history with rare and unique photos.
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Ecology 17~ Ornithological Observations in the Askinuk Mountains and Scammon Bay area, Yukon Delta, Alaska Our two-man party arrived at the. Bird Studies Canada (BSC) is Canada's national bird conservation organization.
BSC began as the Long Point Bird Observatory inchanging its name in to reflect the growing national scope of its research programs. Its mission is to advance the understanding, appreciation and conservation of wild birds and their habitats through studies that engage the skills, enthusiasm and support of.
Downloads Free Images: farm, prairie, pond, wildlife, fauna, family, wetland, vertebrate, habitat, waterfowl, water bird, ecosystem, canada goose, baby birds. western half of the yukon territory (DixonKessel and GibsonSenner and McCaffery ). in Canada, these include one nest and four observations of adults with young (FrischSinclair et al.
eckert pers. comm.), making the Surfbird one of the most elusive breeding birds on the continent. Yukon endangered birds: research and monitoring This research focuses on assessing and understanding the population pressures on species of birds found to be at risk of extirpation in the Yukon.
It builds on a long term project tracking the reproductive status of. Wildlife officials say in a Facebook post that 85 Canada geese and five snow geese were collected near the intersection of two local roads about 18 kilometres north of the town. Breeding Bird Surveys on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.
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An intensive. The SCO-SOC is an organization of Canada's ornithological community. We administer awards, produce two publications, and provide interconnection with other professional ornithological societies. We produce a tri-annual newsletter: Picoides.
Our professional journal is Avian Conservation and Ecology. The journal is peer-reviewed, electronic, and. Full text of "Travels and traditions of waterfowl" See other formats. breeding grounds for waterfowl and other migratory birds in North America (Bellrose ). Large numbers of Greater White-fronted Geese Anser albifrons, Black Brant Branta bernicla nigricans, Canada Geese B.
canadensis,1 Lesser Snow Geese Anser caerulescens caerulescens, Tundra Swans Cygnus columbianus, King Eiders Somateria spectabilis,File Size: 7MB. Yukon Bird Observatories The Society of Yukon Bird Observatories is a registered non-profit organization committed to the conservation of migratory birds in western North America.
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This richly illustrated book, written by a prominent New Zealand ecologist, surveys the thousand-year history of introduced predators, from the arrival of the Polynesians to the present, and considers the related question of whether to protect the remaining bird fauna through predator : Carolyn King.On the other hand, only Harlequin Ducks were seen, the lowest total since the late s.
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