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1995 Wood Duck Aix sponsa None, No. 169, p Generic 2
1994 HEMATOZOA and ( AIX SPONSA ) IN MISSOURI insect Dell P, Beach W Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 30(1), 36-39p Journal Article 2
1997 duck Aix sponsa ( Anatidae ) in America Macko J, Hanzelov V Systematic Parasitology, , 137-145p Journal Article 1
1994 Hematozoa of wood ducks (Aix sponsa) in Missouri. O'Dell J, Robbins L Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 30(1), 36-39p
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pmid:8151821
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1974 On the acoustic basis of species identification in wood ducklings (Aix sponsa). Gottlieb G Journal of comparative and physiological psychology, 87(6), 1038-1048p
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pmid:4443446
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1963 A naturalistic study of imprinting in wood ducklings (Aix sponsa) Gottlieb G Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56(1), 86-91p
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issn:00219940 doi:10.1037/h0046285
Journal Article 1
2011 Incubation Temperature Influences Locomotor Performance in Young Wood Ducks ( Aix sponsa ) Hopkins B, Durant S, Hepp G, Hopkins W Journal of experimental zoology Part A Ecological genetics and physiology, 2(January), 39-44p
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pmid:21370488 issn:19325231 doi:10.1002/jez.673
Journal Article 2
2005 Nest temperature, incubation period, and investment decisions of incubating wood ducks Aix sponsa Hepp G, Hayes Folk T, A Manlove C Journal of Avian Biology, 36(6), 523-530p
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issn:09088857 doi:10.1111/j.0908-8857.2005.03462.x
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2003 Effects of Habitat Use and Movement Patterns on Incubation Behavior of Female Wood Ducks (Aix Sponsa) in Southeast Alabama Hepp G, Folk T The Auk, 120(4), 1159-1167p
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issn:00048038 doi:10.1642/0004-8038(2003)120[1159:EOHUAM]2.0.CO;2
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1981 DDE residues in young wood ducks (Aix sponsa) near a former DDT manufacturing plant. Fleming W, Cromartie E Pesticides Monitoring Journal, 14(4), 115-118p
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pmid:7290906
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1985 Parasitic arthropods of wood ducks, Aix sponsa L., in the Atlantic Flyway. Thul J Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 21(3), 316-318p
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pmid:4032635
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1970 Mycobacterium intracellulare (battery bacillus) in a Florida wood duck (Aix sponsa). Tammemagi L, Simmons G, Reznikov M, Ferguson S The American review of respiratory disease, 102(1), 127-128p
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pmid:5464051
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2010 Slight differences in incubation temperature affect early growth and stress endocrinology of wood duck (Aix sponsa) ducklings. Durant S, Hepp G, Moore I, Hopkins B, Hopkins W Journal of Experimental Biology, 213(1), 45-51p
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pmid:20008361
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2008 Enhanced C-type lysozyme content of wood duck (Aix sponsa) egg white: an adaptation to cavity nesting? Wellman-Labadie O, Picman J, Hincke M Physiological and biochemical zoology PBZ, 81(2), 235-245p
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pmid:18190286
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2005 Late Pleistocene divergence between eastern and western populations of wood ducks Publishing B Molecular Ecology, , 3407-3418p
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doi:10.1111/j.1365-294X.2005.02618.x
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2008 Accumulation of environmental contaminants in wood duck (Aix sponsa) eggs, with emphasis on polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans. Augspurger T, Echols K, Peterman P, May T, Orazio C, Tillitt D, Di Giulio R Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 55(4), 670-682p
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pmid:18726540
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2008 Embryo toxicity of 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin to the wood duck (Aix sponsa). Augspurger T, Tillitt D, Di Giulio R, Bursian S, Fitzgerald S, Hinton D Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 55(4), 659-669p
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pmid:18704254
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2004 EARLY ONSET OF INCUBATION BY WOOD DUCKS Inicio Temprano del Perı ´ odo de Incubacio ´ n por Parte de Aix sponsa Epp G Society, (September 2003), 182-186p Journal Article 1
2003 Cadmium and lead in tissues of Mallards (Anas platyrhynchos) and Wood Ducks (Aix sponsa) using the Illinois River (USA). Levengood J Environmental Pollution, 122(2), 177-181p
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pmid:12531305
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1995 Effects of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans on nesting wood ducks (Aix sponsa) at Bayou Meto, Arkansas. White D, Hoffman D Environmental Health Perspectives, 103(Suppl 4), 37-39p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:1519272 pmid:7556022 pmc_id:1519272
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1984 Development of species identification in ducklings: XII. Ineffectiveness of auditory self-stimulation in wood ducklings (Aix sponsa). Gottlieb G Journal of Comparative Psychology, 98(2), 137-141p
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pmid:6744812
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1969 Mycobacterium intracellulare (Battey bacillus) infection in a Florida wood duck (Aix sponsa). Some epidemiologic considerations. Ferguson S, Wallace L, Dunbar F, Cacciatore R The American review of respiratory disease, 100(6), 876-879p
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pmid:5357701
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2005 Late Pleistocene divergence between eastern and western populations of wood ducks (Aix sponsa) inferred by the 'isolation with migration' coalescent method. Peters J, Gretes W, Omland K Molecular Ecology, 14(11), 3407-3418p
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pmid:16156812
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2011 Homo- and heterosubtypic low pathogenic avian influenza exposure on H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus infection in wood ducks (Aix sponsa). Costa T, Brown J, Howerth E, Stallknecht D, Swayne D PLoS ONE, 6(1), e15987p
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pmid:21253608 pmc_id:3017094
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1984 Tangential organization of olfactory, association, and commissural projections to olfactory cortex in a species of reptile (Trionyx spiniferus), bird (Aix sponsa), and mammal (Tupaia glis). Skeen L, Pindzola R, Schofield B Brain behavior and evolution, 25(4), 206-216p
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pmid:6535631
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1980 Hematozoa of wood ducks (Aix spons) in the Atlantic flyway. Thul J, Forrester D, Greiner E Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 16(3), 383-390p
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pmid:6774111
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2007 Postcranial skeletal pneumaticity: a case study in the use of quantitative microCT to assess vertebral structure in birds. Fajardo R, Hernandez E, O’Connor P Journal of Anatomy, 211(1), 138-147p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2375801 pmid:17553101 doi:10.1111/j.1469-7580.2007.00749.x pmc_id:2375801
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2006 Susceptibility of North American ducks and gulls to H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses. Brown J, Stallknecht D, Swayne D, Beck J, Suarez D Emerging Infectious Diseases, 12(11), 1663-1670p
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pmid:17283615
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2001 Intraspecific parasitism and nest-site competition in wood ducks Semel B, Sherman P Animal Behaviour, 61(4), 787-803p
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issn:00033472 doi:10.1006/anbe.2000.1657
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1989 Multi-model habitat suitability index analysis in the Red River Valley Burley J Landscape and Urban Planning, 17(4), 261-280p
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issn:01692046 doi:10.1016/S0169-2046(00)00093-1
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1985 Density-production characteristics of box-nesting wood ducks in a northern greentree impoundment Haramis G, Thompson D Journal of Wildlife Management, 49(2), 429-436p Journal Article 8
1998 Do black ducks and wood ducks habituate to aircraft disturbance? Conomy J, Dubovsky J, Collazo J, Fleming W The Journal of Wildlife Management, 62(3), 1135-1142p
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issn:0022541X doi:10.2307/3802568
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2004 Habitat use and preferences of breeding female wood ducks Hepp G, Hartke K Journal of Wildlife Management, 68(1), 84-93p
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issn:0022541X doi:10.2193/0022-541X(2004)068[0084:HUAPOB]2.0.CO;2
Journal Article 5
2011 Avian Influenza Viruses and Avian Paramyxoviruses in Wintering and Breeding Waterfowl Populations in North Carolina , USA Swayne D, Goekjian V, Smith J, Howell D, Senne D Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 47(1), 240-245p
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pmid:21270016 issn:19433700
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2009 Filter-feeding bivalves can remove avian influenza viruses from water and reduce infectivity. Faust C, Stallknecht D, Swayne D, Brown J Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 276(1673), 3727-3735p
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oai_id:oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2817296 pmid:19656788 other:rspb20090572 pmc_id:2817296 doi:10.1098/rspb.2009.0572
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2009 WILDLIFE USE OF BACK CHANNELS ASSOCIATED WITH ISLANDS ON THE OHIO RIVER Zadnik A, Anderson J, Wood P Wetlands, 29(2), 543-551p
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issn:02775212 doi:10.1672/08-46.1
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2006 Maternal effects in Wood Ducks: incubation temperature influences incubation period and neonate phenotype Hepp G, Kennamer R, Johnson M Functional Ecology, 20(2), 308-314p
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issn:02698463 doi:10.1111/j.1365-2435.2006.01108.x
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1999 Natural-cavity use by nesting wood ducks in Illinois Yetter A, Havera S, Hine C Journal of Wildlife Management, 63(2), 630-638p Journal Article 5
2007 Survival of Wood Duck Ducklings and Broods in Mississippi and Alabama Leopold B, Kaminski R, Davis J, Cox R North, 71(2), 507-517p
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doi:10.2193/2005-720
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2010 Wetland use and selection by breeding waterbirds in the boreal forest of Quebec, Canada Lemelin L, Darveau M, Imbeau L, Bordage D Waterbirds, 30, 321-332p
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issn:02775212 doi:10.1007/s13157-010-0024-z
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2010 Evaluation of a plasticine-filled leg band for day-old ducklings Blums P, Davis J, Stephens S, Mednis A, Richardson D, The S, Management W, Apr N Journal of Wildlife Management, 63(2), 656-663p Journal Article 2
2010 Population genetics of southeastern wood ducks Ransom D, Honeycutt R, Slack R, Press A Journal of Wildlife Management, 65(4), 745-754p Journal Article 2
2010 Survival of female wood ducks during brood rearing in Alabama and Mississippi Leopold B, Kaminski R, Davis J, Cox R Management, 65(4), 738-744p Journal Article 2
2007 Susceptibility of wood ducks to H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus. Brown J, Stallknecht D, Swayne D, Valeika S Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 43(4), 660-667p
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pmid:17984261
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2006 Intraspecific nest parasitism of wood ducks in natural cavities: Comparisons with nest boxes Gates R, Gates R, Parker P Journal of Wildlife Management, 70(3), 835-843p Journal Article 3
2006 Intraspecific nest parasitism of cavity-nesting wood ducks: costs and benefits to hosts and parasites Gates R, Parker P, Nielsen C Animal Behaviour, 72(4), 917-926p
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issn:00033472 doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2006.03.004
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2006 Host-parasite relatedness in wood ducks: patterns of kinship and parasite success Nielsen C Behavioral Ecology, 17(3), 491-496p
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issn:10452249 doi:10.1093/beheco/arj057
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1996 Acorn selection by female wood ducks Kaminski R, Barras S, Brennan L Journal of Wildlife Management, 60(3), 592-602p Journal Article 4
1993 Effects of age and experience on reproductive performance of wood ducks Hepp G, Kennamer R Ecology, 74(7), 2027-2036p Generic 4
1988 Effects of Brood Parasitism and Nest-Box Placement on Wood Duck Breeding Ecology Semel B, Sherman P, Byers S Condo, 90(4), 920-930p
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issn:00105422 doi:10.2307/1368849
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2011 Date of Nest Initiation Mediates Incubation Costs of Wood Ducks ( Aix Sponsa ) Hepp G, Kennamer R The Auk, 128(2), 258-264p
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issn:00048038 doi:10.1525/auk.2011.10189
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2011 Incubation temperature affects multiple measures of immunocompetence in young wood ducks (Aix Sponsa) Hepp G, Hopkins W, DuRant S, Hawley D Biology Letters, (August), p
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issn:17449561 doi:10.1098/rsbl.2011.0735
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2008 Use of artificial nest boxes by wood ducks (Aix sponsa) and hooded mergansers (Lophodytes cucullatus) in Wisconsin. Fara L, Docken N, Schmidt B, Schultz J Passenger Pigeon, 70(3), 301-306p
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issn:00312703
Journal Article 1
1984 Tangential Organization of Olfactory, Association, and Commissural Projections to Olfactory Cortex in a Species of Reptile (Trionyx-Spiniferrus), Bird (Aix-Sponsa), and Mammal (Tupaia-Glis) Skeen L, Pindzola R, Schofield B Brain Behavior and Evolution, 25(4), 206-216 ST - Tangential Organization of Olfactoryp Journal Article 1
2011 Variation in viral shedding patterns between different wild bird species infected experimentally with low-pathogenicity avian influenza viruses that originated from wild birds. Costa T, Brown J, Howerth E, Stallknecht D Avian pathology journal of the WVPA, 40(2), 119-24p
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pmid:21500030 issn:14653338 doi:10.1080/03079457.2010.540002
Journal Article 3
2007 Projected Availability of Natural Cavities for Wood Ducks in Southern Illinois Gates R, Gates R, Zwicker E Journal of Wildlife Management, 71(3), 875-883p
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issn:0022541X doi:10.2193/2006-134
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1990 Incubation as a reproductive cost in female wood ducks Hepp G, Kennamer R, Harvey IV W The Auk, 107(October), 756-764p Journal Article 5
1964 Occurrence of Haemoproteus nettionis in wood ducks (Aix sponsa L.). Roslien D, Haugen A Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 71, 235-240p Journal Article 1
1990 A Mixed Wood Duck, Aix-sponsa - Mallard, Anas-platyrhynchos, Clutch WILSON S Canadian Fieldnaturalist, 104(3), 474-475p Journal Article 1
2007 Aspegilose visceral causado por Aspergillus flavus em Marreco Carolina ( Aix sponsa ) Lucio R, Filho A Hospital Forum, 35(April), 253-256p Journal Article 1
1998 Wood Duck, Aix sponsa, eats Mink Frogs, Rana septentrionalis Mallory M, Lariviere R Canadian Fieldnaturalist, 112(4), 714-715p Journal Article 1
1985 Ecology of Parasitic Helminths of Wood Ducks, Aix-sponsa, In the Atlantic Flyway THUL J, FORRESTER D, ABERCROMBIE C Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 52(2), 297-310p Journal Article 1
2011 Effects of Incubation Delay on Viability and Microbial Growth of Wood Duck ( Aix sponsa ) Eggs OF WOOD DUCK ( AIX SPONSA ) EGGS Hepp G, Walls J, Eckhardt L Naturwissenschaften, 128(4), 663-670p Journal Article 1
2011 Effects of Incubation Delay on Viability and Microbial Growth of Wood Duck (Aix sponsa) Eggs Hepp G, Walls J, Eckhardt L The Auk, 128(4), 663–670p Journal Article 1
2010 Slight differences in incubation temperature affect early growth and stress endocrinology of wood duck (Aix sponsa) ducklings. Durant S, Hepp G, Moore I, Hopkins B, Hopkins W Journal of Experimental Biology, 213(1), 45-51p
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pmid:20008361 issn:14779145 doi:10.1242/jeb.034488
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1993 On the life cycle of Diorchis bulbodes Mayhew, 1929 (Cyclophyllidea: Hymenolepididae), a parasite of waterfowl (Anseriformes: Anatidae) Greaves T, Burt M, Pilgrim W Canadian Journal of Zoology, 71(8), 1697-1699p Journal Article 1
1988 Dde Pcb and Mercury Residues In Minnesota Common Goldeneye and Hooded Merganser Eggs 1981 Zicus M, Briggs M, Pace III R Canadian Journal Of Zoology Revue Canadienne De Zoologie, 66(8), 1871-1876p Journal Article 2
1977 Wood Duck Production in the Salt Creek Watershed of Eastern Nebraska Cink C Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences, 4, 53-56p
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issn:00776351
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1994 Dioxins and furans linked to reproductive impairment in wood ducks White D, Seginak J Journal of Wildlife Management, 58(1), 100-106p Journal Article 2
2002 Distribution of wood duck harvest in the Atlantic and Mississippi Flyways in relation to hunting season length Heusmann H, McDonald J Wildlife Society Bulletin, 30(3), 666–674p Journal Article 2
1966 Float Counts vs Flight Counts as Indices to Abundance of Nesting Wood Ducks Hein D The Journal of Wildlife Management, 30, 13-16p Journal Article 1