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Agricultural Practices and Residual Corn During Spring Crane and Waterfowl Migration in Nebraska

[...] the CPRV is an important migration stopover area for the federally endangered whooping crane (Grus americana; Lewis 1995). [...] effective management of foods consumed by migratory birds is a critical step to ensuring reproductive success for millions of birds that ultimately breed in the tund... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Wildlife Management 2011, Vol.75(5), pp.995-1003
Main Author: Sherfy, Mark
Other Authors: Anteau, Michael , Bishop, Andrew
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description: [...] the CPRV is an important migration stopover area for the federally endangered whooping crane (Grus americana; Lewis 1995). [...] effective management of foods consumed by migratory birds is a critical step to ensuring reproductive success for millions of birds that ultimately breed in the tundra and boreal forests in Canada, Alaska, and Siberia and the prairies of the United States and Canada. Since the onset of agriculture in south- central Nebraska, natural foods and habitats for migratory birds have declined dramatically; concomitantly, spring-staging migratory waterfowl and cranes have increased dependence on residual corn to meet their energetic needs (Krapu et al. 2004).
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abstract[...] the CPRV is an important migration stopover area for the federally endangered whooping crane (Grus americana; Lewis 1995). [...] effective management of foods consumed by migratory birds is a critical step to ensuring reproductive success for millions of birds that ultimately breed in the tundra and boreal forests in Canada, Alaska, and Siberia and the prairies of the United States and Canada. Since the onset of agriculture in south- central Nebraska, natural foods and habitats for migratory birds have declined dramatically; concomitantly, spring-staging migratory waterfowl and cranes have increased dependence on residual corn to meet their energetic needs (Krapu et al. 2004).
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