1 edition of Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana found in the catalog.
Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana
|Statement||by B. Riley McClelland ... [et al.].|
|Series||Wildlife monographs -- no. 125.|
|Contributions||McClelland, B. Riley., Wildlife Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
SHORT COMMUNICATIONS LITERATURE CITED BENNETrS, R. E. Age-related differences in spatial distribution and behavior of Bald Eagles during the autumn concentration at Glacier National Park, Montana. Carlson, J., A. Harmata, M. Restani. Environmental contaminants in nestling bald eagles produced in Montana and Wyoming. Journal of Raptor Research, Crossley, R. Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Describes the annual autumn gathering of bald eagles in Glacier National Park and examines the work of the wildlife research project that bands the birds for later tracking that will provide information on the habits and life cycle of our national bird. The Montana Bald Eagle Working Group, formed in and composed of representatives from federal and state agencies, tribes, universities, conservation groups, and private industry, continues to monitor nesting and wintering bald eagles across the state and cooperates with the federal post-delisting monitoring strategy that calls for.
Movement Modeling. Seventeen bald eagles migrated during the study period (–), producing migration tracks in the study area. The number of tracks per eagle ranged from 1–13 and the number of locations per track ranged from 34–1, (x ¯ = ± SE).Migration movements were concentrated within two main corridors, one along the Appalachian Mountains (inland corridor Cited by: 7. What do Montana Conservation Corps Crews do? The answer is a lot! Th roughout the summer and into the fall, MCC crews have spent 50 weeks in Glacier National Park; 25 of these being funded by the Glacier National Park Conservancy. They have helped with a variety of projects, including fuels reduction, Citizen Science Surveys, pulling invasive weeds, repairing fences, litter clean up.
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Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana. [Bethesda, MD]: Wildlife Society. MLA Citation. McClelland, B. Riley. and Wildlife Society (U.S.).
Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana / by B. Riley McClelland. Get this from a library. Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana. [B Riley McClelland; Wildlife Society.;].
Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana. [Blacksburg, VA]: Wildlife Society, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B Riley McClelland. Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Wildlife Monographs Mull K. E., and M. Wilzbach. Falcon, Helena, Montana. Book that includes an eagle-viewing directory for the United States. Society as a special book publication. Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana.
Riley McClelland, Leonard S. Young, Patricia T. McClelland, John G. Crenshaw, Harriet L. Allen, and David S. Shea. January AUTUMN CONCENTRATIONS OF BALD EAGLES IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK B.
RILEY MCCLELLAND Resources Managsment Specialist National Park Service Glacier National Park West Glacier, Montana Bald Eagles (Haliueetus Zeucocephulus) gather each autumn in Glacier National Park, northwestern Montana.
cephalus) at autumn concentrations in Glacier Na- tional Park (GNP), Montana (McClelland et al. Migrating bald eagles congregated at koka- nee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) spawning runs in Lower McDonald Creek (LMC) in GNP during each autumn between and The peak count of eagles was in Although ju- venile bald eagles were captured and banded in.
We studied piracy among bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) during the and autumn migration concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana.
The nearly exclusive prey at this site. IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK DAVID S. SHEA, Headquarters, Glacier National Park, West Glacier, Montana Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocepbalus) congregate in Glacier National Park, Montana, each autumn to feed upon spawning Kokanee Salmon (Oncorbyncbus nerka).
Systematic observations and censuses of these eagle concentrations were initiated in. Glacier National Park has glaciers, of course. A few can be seen from roads, tucked into cirque amphitheaters.
Their blue ice and crevasses distinguish them from the hundreds of snowfields above timberline. Getting behind the scenery requires hiking some of the miles (1, km) of park trails (or exploring these pages).
Second in size of North American birds of prey only to the California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus), the Bald Eagle ranges in total length from 71 to 96 cm, with an average wingspan of to cm and a body mass ranging from to kg (Buehler ).
Shrimp Stocking, Salmon Collapse, and Eagle Displacement Craig N. Spencer B. Riley McClelland Glacier National Park, West Glacier, MT and professor in the School of spawning stream and site of bald eagle concentrations is located on McDonald Creek.
Migrating Bald Eagles banded at autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana, and subsequently encountered –, listed by ascending age at death or capture. In total, for our entire – research period, 36 (%) of the banded eagles were reported dead (Table 2).Author: B.
Riley McClelland, Patricia T. McClelland. Discover Western Montana’s Bald Eagle's. Spot the endangered and majestic Bald Eagle best in autumn along Montana’s waterways and lakes.
With a white head and tail and a dark brown body and wings, they’re unmistakable. Ranging in length from 27 – 37 inches with a wingspan of – 8 feet, the Bald Eagle is second in size of American. McClelland, B. et al. Migration Ecology of Bald Eagles from Autumn Concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana.
The Wildlife Society,Wildlife Monographs, Number pages with 30 figures and 14 tables. Softbound, previous owners marks on front wrap, text in. Influence of age and prey availability on Bald Eagle foraging behavior at Glacier National Park, Montana Article (PDF Available) in The Wilson Bulletin (3) September with 37 Reads.
Bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) are found throughout North America, near large water sources. These birds are native to Canada, the United States, portions of Mexico and several islands including Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana. Wildlife. Bald eagle nesting ecology and habitat use: Lake McDonald, Glacier National Park, Montana ( pp.) Director; B.
Riley McClelland Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) nesting activity was studied at Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park, Montana from 10 January through 13 August InAuthor: Richard E.
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Environmental assessment, management of backcountry chalets [microform]: Glacier National Park / [prepa Plants of Glacier National Park / by Paul C. Standley; Many Glacier Hotel historic structure report [electronic resource] / prepared by National Park Service; Migration ecology of bald eagles from autumn concentrations in Glacier National.Comparable figures for bald eagles with elevated and toxic blood lead levels were, respectively, 96% and 48% at a waterfowl refuge in Minnesota (Hennes, ), 86% and 14% during spring migration in Montana (Harmata and Restani, ), 19% and 0% during fall migration through Saskatchewan (Miller et al., ) and only 3% with blood lead levels Cited by: Local and Long-Range Movements of Bald Eagles Associated with Autumn Concentrations in Glacier National Park, Montana Author: B.
Riley McClelland, David S. Shea, Harriet L. Allen, Elizabeth B. Spettigue, and Leonard S. Young Created Date: 9/17/ PM.