7 edition of Ecology and management of the mourning dove found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Mourning dove.|
|Statement||compiled and edited by Thomas S. Baskett ... [et al.] ; technical editor, Richard E. McCabe ; text illustrations by Harold W. Irby ; dustjacket illustration by Francis E. Sweet.|
|Contributions||Baskett, Thomas S., Wildlife Management Institute.|
|LC Classifications||QL696.C63 E36 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 567 p. :|
|Number of Pages||567|
|LC Control Number||92028155|
The Mourning Dove is a short-lived species, with an average adult life span of about one year. The extensive scientific literature on the Mourning Dove was summarized by Baskett et al. (Baskett, T. S., M. W. Sayre, R. E. Tomlinson and Mirarchi R. E. (). Ecology and management of the Mourning Dove. Harrisburg, PA: Stackpole Books. In: Baskett TS, Sayre MW, Tomlinson RE, Mirarchi RE (eds) Ecology and management of the mourning dove. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA, pp 81– Simonoff JS () Analyzing categorical data.
The mourning dove (Zenaida macroura) is a member of the dove family, bird is also known as the American mourning dove or the rain dove, and erroneously as the turtle dove, and was once known as the Carolina pigeon or Carolina turtledove. It is one of the most abundant and widespread of all North American birds. It is also a leading gamebird, with more Class: Aves. Ecology and management of the mourning dove, Zenaidura macroura (Linn.), in Cass County, Iowa. By H. Elliott McClure. Abstract. Decrease of the mourning dove, an important game bird of the United States, has been noted recently in eastern and southern states. In Iowa, the dove is among the commonest of breeding birds, and observations in Cass Author: H. Elliott McClure.
Though most dove species are conspicuous enough to easily identify, many dove surveys are done using "coo-counts" insteda of visual identification, so differentiating between species is crucial. Check out the difference between the two most common doves in Texas. the white-winged dove and mourning dove. habitat proJects that baleflt dove populations. Contact the Dlvnsion of Wildlife Resources at / for an application. Selected References Ecology and Management of the Mourning Dove by T. S. Baskett, M. W. Sayre, R. E. Tomlinson, and R. E. Mirarchi (eds.). Wildlife Management Institute Book Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA.
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Lewis JC () Foods and feeding ecology. In: Baskett TS, Sayre MW, Tomlinson RE, Mirarchi RE (eds) Ecology and management of the mourning dove. Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA, pp – Google ScholarCited by: 1. The mourning dove (Zenaida macroura) is a migratory bird, thus, authority and responsibility for its management is vested in the Secretary of the Interior.
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$mourning dove hunting seasons. Nationwide, approximately million doves are harvested annually. Mourning doves are not hunted in Michigan as determined by Michigan Ballot Proposal 3.
Fig. 2. Mourning dove management units with hunting and nonhunting states. ADDITIONAL READING Ecology and management of the mourning dove.Mourning Dove Population Status (3MB) This report is produced annually. The report summarizes information collected in the United States on the survival, recruitment, abundance, and harvest of mourning doves.
This report provides all the information necessary for the Harvest Strategy. Mourning Dove National Strategic Harvest Management Plan (MB).