Mortality in tundra swans Cygnus columbianus

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Our paper identifies and examines the significance of hunting and non-hunting mortality affecting the Eastern Population (EP) and Western Population (WP) (see Serie & Bartonek 1991a) of Tundra Swans. Sport hunting (Serie & Bartonek 1991b), native subsistence hunting (Copp 1989, Stewart & Bernier 1989), malicious shooting (McKelvey & MacNeill 1981), avian cholera (Friend et al. 1981, Schroeder 1983), ecto- and endoparasites (Trauger & Bartonek 1977, Woebeser 1981), lead poisoning (Sherwood 1960, Friend et al. 1981), collision (Willard 1978), and drowning (Miller et al. 1986) have been documented as being direct or indirect causes of mortality in fledged Tundra Swans; but their relative importance remains unknown.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Mortality in tundra swans Cygnus columbianus
Series title Wildfowl
Volume 42
Issue 1
Year Published 1991
Language English
Contributing office(s) National Wildlife Health Center
Description p. 356-358
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Wildfowl
First page 356
Last page 358
Country Canada, United States
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