2 edition of Ecology of Aleutian Canada geese at Buldir Island, Alaska found in the catalog.
Ecology of Aleutian Canada geese at Buldir Island, Alaska
G. Vernon Byrd
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 17-18.
|Other titles||Aleutian Canada geese at Buldir Island, Alaska.|
|Statement||by G. Vernon Byrd, Dennis W. Woolington.|
|Series||Special scientific report--wildlife ;, no. 253|
|Contributions||Woolington, Dennis W.|
|LC Classifications||SK361 .A256 no. 253, QL696.A52 .A256 no. 253|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. :|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||83600260|
these islands for fur farming purposes, eliminated the geese on all except Buldir, a ha. (acre) volcanic island in the western Aleutians, which was too isolated and had too poor a harbor for the fox farmers to use. It is on Buldir that the last breeding pairs ( estimated) of Aleutian Canada geese are known to survive. Jones, R.D. Buldir Island, site of a remnant breeding population of Aleutian Canada geese. Wildfowl Trust Annual Pitkin, D.S. and R.W. Lowe. Distribution, abundance and ecology of Aleutian Canada geese in Oregon and Washington 13 October .
Buldir Island, the only known breeding site of subspecies leucopareia, is still further removed ( km to the west), but this race formerly occupied most of the Aleutian Chain. It was driven nearly to extinction with the intro Canada Geese in Alaska (after Johnson et al. ). Get this from a library! Geology of Buldir Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska. [Robert R Coats] -- The geology and geologic history of the island, with its flora, and the petrographic and chemical character of its volcanic rocks.
through transplanting wild geese from Buldir. Latest reintroduction efforts have centered on Amchitka Island. A transplant was made in and a second transplant has been scheduled for the summer of Two remnant breeding populations of Aleutian Canada Geese have been In , Aleutian Canada Geese were discovered discovered since Bob "Sea Otter" Jones rediscovered Aleutian cackling geese on an island two hundred miles from any other land. (USFWS) The Aleutian cackling goose is closely related to the more familiar Canada .
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Vernon. Byrd. Ecology of Aleutian Canada geese at Buldir Island, Alaska. [G Vernon Byrd; Dennis W Woolington] -- Report on a study of the only known breeding population of the endangered Aleutian Canada goose (Brauta canadensis leucopareia) from to at Buldir Island, a western Aleutian island, Alaska.
state of is miles ( km) long and miles ( km) wide with an area of square miles ( km 2).Buldir is farther from the nearest land than any other Aleutian Island. The Aleutian Canada goose was an abundant subspecies of Canada goose that nested in the northern Kuril and Commander Islands, in the Aleutian Archipelago, and on islands south of the Alaska Peninsula east to near Kodiak Island .
The birds wintered in Japan and in the coastal western U.S. to Mexico . Molecular Genetic Status of Aleutian Canada Geese from Buldir and the Semidi Islands, Alaska Article (PDF Available) in The Condor (1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Thesis (M.S.)--Humboldt State University, A study to determine the migration and wintering ground distribution, ecology, and population status of the endangered Aleutian Canada goose (Branta canadensis leucopareia) was conducted from October to May Field investigations extended from the western Aleutian Islands, Alaska, to the.
The Aleutian Canada “cackling” goose was thought to be extinct. But inBob Jones with the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge forced his dory through the surf and rocks to land on remote Buldir Island.
It was here that he found his Aleutian cackling geese. An isolated population of small Canada geese on Kiliktagik Island, Alaska. Wildfowl Jones, R. Buldir Island, site of a remnant breeding population of Aleutian Canada geese.
Distribution, abundance and ecology of Aleutian Canada geese in Oregon and Washington, 13 October to 1 May U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Coccidia of Aleutian Canada geese Article (PDF Available) in Journal of wildlife diseases 17(3) August with 24 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Dusky Canada geese (B.c. occidentalis) are the darkest colored Canada geese in Alaska. Duskies average 6 to 8 pounds ( kg), but males can weigh 10 pounds ( kg) or more in spring.
The population of dusky geese has always been small, with the shortest migration of all Canada geese in Alaska. They nest only on the Copper River Delta near.
found: Work cat.: Byrd, G.V. Ecology of Aleutian Canada geese at Buldir Island, Alaska, The Aleutian Canada goose is one of the smallest subspecies of Canada goose. Adults are slightly larger than a mallard, weighing to kilograms (4 to 6 pounds).
Like all Canada geese, Aleutian Canada geese have a black head and neck with a white cheek patch, brown wings and back, a grayish-brown breast and belly, a white rump patch, and black. Cackling Geese in the wild can live 10 - 25 years.
Captive birds that are well taken care of could possibly live to 35 or even 40 years. The primary threat to the Aleutian Cackling Goose has been predation by Arctic Foxes that were introduced to the Aleutian Islands by Russian fur traders between and ECOLOGY OF ALEUTIAN CANADA GEESE AT BULDIR ISLAND, ALASKA By G.
Vernon Byrd and Dennis W. Woolington* u.s. Fish and Wildlife Service s National Wildlife Refuge Adak, Alaska Abstract The only known breeding population of the endangered Aleutian Canada.
Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Genetic and archaeological evidence for a former breeding population of Aleutian Cackling Goose (Branta hutchinsii leucopareia) on Adak Island, central Aleutians, AlaskaB.J.
Wilson, a S.J. Crockford, b J.W. Johnson, c R.S. Malhi, d B.M. Kemp a e a School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WAUSA. Location of Buldir Island, Alaska, USA within the Rat Islands cluster at the eastern end of the Aleutian Island chain of islands. The remnant population of Aleutian Cackling Geese was discovered on Buldir Island in by Jones ().
We returned to assess breeding in summer Figure derived from Mini et al. N Near Islands. Molecular genetic status of Aleutian Canada Geese from Buldir and the Semidi Islands, Alaska.
We conducted genetic analyses of Aleutian Canada Geese (Branta canadensis leucopareia) from Buldir Island in the western Aleutians and the Semidi Islands in the eastern portion of their breeding range.
Buldir Island (52º21' N, º56' E) is the westernmost island in the Rat Islands group of the Aleutian chain (see Figure 1). This ha island is approximately km long and km wide. Located- about km from both Shemya to the west and Kiska to the east, it is the most isolated island.
Buldir Island, site of a remnant breeding population of Aleutian Canada geese. TheEvermann, B. W Alaska fisheries and fur indus- Wildfowl Trust Then, inhe traveled aboard the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Winoa to reach Buldir Island in the far west of the Aleutians.
There, he looked up in the sky and saw 56 Aleutian cackling geese. Biologists found no Aleutian Canada geese from through but found a remaining population on the rugged, remote Buldir Island in the western Aleutians. The geese .Ecology of Aleutian Canada geese at Buldir Island, Alaska Special Scientific Report - Wildlife By: G.
Vernon Byrd and Dennis W. Woolington.only wild breeding geese knoWll occur on Buldir Island in the outer Aleutians. The only verified records (of color-marked birds) of Aleutian Canada geese in Alaska outside of the Aleutian Islands are on St.
George Island in the Pri bilofs where a yearling male goose was collected in .