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Flyways: Pioneering Waterfowl Management in North America. 1984. A.S. Hawkins, R.C. Hanson, H.K. Nelson and H.M. Reeves, eds. US Fish and Wildlife Service. 517pp.

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Large Canada Geese in the Central Flyway: Management of Depredation, Nuisance and Human Health and Safety Issues. 2000. Central Flyway Council. Unpublished Management Guidelines. 53pp. View the Executive Summary. Download the Entire document (PDF 443KB)

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North American Waterfowl. Stackpole and Heck, Inc. 1949. Day, A.M. 329pp.

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Sandhill crane status. See Status and harvests of sandhill cranes.

Snow Goose References.

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Status and harvests of sandhill cranes - Mid-continent and Rocky Mountain populations, 2001. Sharp, D.E. and J.A. Dubovsky. 2001. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver, CO. 27 pp.

USFWS. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census 1997. Report on hunting activity for mourning doves in 1996.

Waterfowl Councils: A Conservation Partnership. 1959. Circular 78. US Dept of Interior, US Fish and Wildlife Service. Washington, D.C. 10pp.

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Waterfowl Tomorrow. 1964. J.P. Linduska, ed. US Fish and Wildlife Service. 770pp.

Waterfowl Population Status, 2002. US Fish and Wildlife Service. 51pp.

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