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Mortality of radio-tagged pheasants on the Waterloo Wildlife Area
Robert T. Dumke
|Statement||[by Robert T. Dumke [and] Charles M. Pils]|
|Series||Wisconsin. Dept. of Natural Resources. Technical bulletin ;, no. 72, Technical bulletin (Wisconsin. Dept. of Natural Resources) ;, no. 72.|
|Contributions||Pils, Charles M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||SK463 .A27 no. 72, SF994.4.R5 .A27 no. 72|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||74621189|
The maximum mortality rate for radio‐tagged buzzards in their first year was 34%, with 12 of their 38 deaths caused by shooting or poisoning (Kenward et al. ), in all but one case near pheasant pens. About 10% of the first‐year buzzards were killed (illegally) near pheasant pens. Dumke RT, Pils CM. Mortality of radio-tagged pheasants on the Waterloo Wildlife Area. Wisconsin Dept of Natural Resources Tech Bull Dumke RT, Pils CM. Renesting and dynamics of nest site selection by Wisconsin pheasants. J Wildl Mgmt Einarsen AS. Determination of some predator species by field signs.
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1A version of this paper was presented at the Third Interna- tional Partners in Flight Conference, March , , Asilomar Conference Grounds, California. 2Western EcoSystems Technology, Inc., Central Ave., Cheyenne, WY, USA. 3Corresponding author: E-mail: [email protected] A Summary and Comparison of Bird Mortality from. Dumke RT, Pils CM () Mortality of radio-tagged pheasants on the Waterloo wildlife Area. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Technical Bulletin 52 pp Google Scholar Everett DD, Speake DW, Maddox WK () Natality and neonatality of a north Alabama wild turkey population.
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MORTALITY OF RADIO-TAGGED PHEASANTS ON THE WATERLOO WILDLIFE AREA By Robert T. Dumke Charles M. Pils Technical Bulletin Number 72 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Madison, Wisconsin CONTENTS 2 INTRODUCTION 3 STUDY AREA Land Use 3 Climate 4 Pheasant Population 4 5 METHODS Capture Techniques 5.
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Delacour, 3. The pheasants of the world II ed. Spur publications-WPA Saiga publishing Co. Ltd. Djmke, R.T. and Pils, C.M. Mortality of radio-tagged pheasants on the Waterloo Wildlife area Technical Bull. 72 Dept, of Natural resources Wisconsin pp Figure 1: Survival of radio-tagged pheasants after release into open-topped pens The actual fate of the pheasants (see Table 1) shows that, overall, shooting was the cause of death for % of the radio-tagged pheasants, with predation being the next biggest reason for loss (although one estate lost 75% of the stock in one release pen in.
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Impact of radiotransmitters and trapping on mortality of Grey Partridge 3. RESULTS Losses related to trapping and tagging Increased mortality of adult, wild partridges was noted during the first week after release.
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Rick Baydack View Bio.were used to capture pheasants for equipping with transmitters. This sample included 74 hens and 14 cocks that were studied during 4 breeding seasons, Age determination in fall was by Table 2.
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