2 edition of Ecology of the emperor goose in Alaska found in the catalog.
Ecology of the emperor goose in Alaska
David I. Eisenhauer
|Other titles||Journal of wildlife management.|
|Statement||David I. Eisenhauer and Charles M. Kirkpatrick.|
|Series||Wildlife monographs ;, no. 57|
|Contributions||Kirkpatrick, Charles Milton, 1915- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .W54 no. 57, QL696.A52 .W54 no. 57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||78100957|
Jackson analyzed the vegetational ecology of an emperor goose nesting area in the Kokechik Bay Region of the Clarence Rhode National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska (). [FIGURE 5 OMITTED] He studied an old-growth forest at the prairie border in Edgar County, Illinois, as compared to GLO Survey Forest Composition, with Dr. M. Cowell, University of. Fig. 1. Geographic areas used by Emperor Geese, and location where Emperor Geese were banded as young in Russia (indicated by star) in and observed on the Alaska Peninsula (diamonds) during fall migration, Each 5 ø of latitude (alter- nating bars on vertical-axis border) equals nau- tical miles.
The emperor goose population is currently around about ,, which is just above the threshold to sustain a hunt. Managers like Eric Taylor are encouraging conservative hunting. Emperor Goose (USGS) After decades of conservation, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has submitted a proposal to open a subsistence hunt and a general hunt for the Emperor Goose in Alaska. An. It is a fictional goose, loosely based on Canada/brant/emperor but realistically reliant on the coastal salt marshes of the Bering Strait and Chukchi area of NW Alaska. I grew up there with Inupiaq Eskimo subsistence family members, and later went on to study arctic ecology and do field research on the effects of oil spills on such vital.
The Alaska Mother Goose: and other nursery rhymes Alaska's favorite children's book offers both new and old favorites with a northern flair. Meet all the wild critters of the North in this charming book of nursery rhymes. Ages 3 and up. Printed on recycled paper. This book includes a Glossary of terms, providing interesting facts and explanations about the animals that call Alaska their home. The emperor goose, which is also called beach goose, is a migratory bird that primarily nests in the Yukon-Kuskokwim region. But it's also found farther north, and in other western coastal areas including Bristol Bay, the Aleutian Islands, and Kodiak. The vast majority spend their entire life migrating exclusively within Alaska. Alaska Reopens Hunting for Emperor Geese The species has been protected from harvest since By Paul Wait Alaskan waterfowl hunters will have a chance this fall to take Emperor geese for the first time in more than 30 years. Emperor geese — 6-pound waterfowl that sport white heads, grayish bodies, orange feet and two-tone pink.
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