Browse Special Publications - Illinois Natural History Survey by Subject "Waterfowl"

  • Sanderson, Glen C.; Bellrose, Frank C. ([Champaign, Ill.] :Illinois Natural History Survey,[1986], 1986-08)
    Waterfowl die from ingesting lead shotgun pellets deposited on the bottoms of lakes and marshes and in fields. In most instances, they die after ingesting 1 or 2 pellets, their bodies wasting away over a period of several ...

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  • Havera, Stephen P. ([Champaign] :Illinois Natural History Survey,1999., 1999-11-30)
    Because of the high quality and abundance of its wetlands and deepwater habitats, Illinois hosted legions of waterfowl and other waterbirds. It is not surprising that a strong and colorful waterfowl tradition emerged in ...

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