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FWS2124 Waterfowl Survey (1951)

(Historical Waterfowl Survey)

As soon as the birds are trapped they are placed in separate cages according to species to facilitate and speed up banding operations, especially in hot weather when the mortality rate might become a factor without proper organization. Bill Kiel, collaborator, Fish and Wildlife Service, handing duck from trap to Gene Bossenmaier, project leader at White Water Lake. Duck will go into cage. Locality: White Water Lake, Manitoba, Canada Waterfowl SURVEY (1951)

Author: Schmidt, Rex Gary/USFWS

License: Public Domain Mark 1.0 (Public domain)
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