The trumpeter swan: its history, habits, and population in the U.S
North American Fauna 63
- Winston E. Banko
This report on the trumpeter evolved from studies made from 1948 to 1957 when I served first as an assistant and later as manager, of the Red Rock Lakes Refuge. I have also drawn extensively on the records of the National Park Service, the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Museum in Washington, D. C. Other pertinent information bearing on the life history of the trumpeter swan in the United States has been extracted from published articles, unpublished reports and records, firsthand accounts and correspondence. This account includes a historical record of this bird in the United States and Alaska, an outline of its habits and characteristics in its native Rocky Mountain environment, and furnishes information necessary to guide its future.
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- The trumpeter swan: its history, habits, and population in the U.S
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- North American Fauna
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- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- x, 214 p., illus., maps. 24 cm.