Aleutian Canada Goose
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Definition of the noun Aleutian Canada Goose
What does Aleutian Canada Goose mean as a name of something?
- geographic area: North America, Europe and Asia
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Birds of the Great Basin (1985)
A Natural History by Fred A. Ryser, Jennifer Dewey
The Aleutian Canada Goose is an endangered subspecies. Its story is a tragic one. Formerly, it was an abundant bird, breeding at many sites in the outer ...
Feasibility Study for Navigation Improvements, Humboldt Harbor and Bay (Deepening) Channels, Humboldt County (1995)
Environmental Impact Statement
The Aleutian Canada goose is a subspecies of the Canada goose. Preferred habitats include lacustrine, fresh emergent wetlands, moist grasslands, croplands , pastures, and meadows. It feeds on green shoots, seeds, wild grasses, forbs, and ...
by Daniel Simberloff, Marcel Rejmanek
The Aleutian Canada goose (Branta canadensis leucopareia) and other ground- nesting birds have been severely reduced in numbers as a result of red fox translocations. For example, on Shaiak Island, two red foxes devastated a colony of ...
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