Fecundity data for midcontinent sandhill cranes, 2003-2006

Aaron T Pearse, David A Brandt & Gary L Krapu
Midcontinent sandhill cranes (Antigone canadensis) are the most abundant management population of cranes in the world and have a broad breeding range. Four breeding segments of midcontinent sandhill cranes have been designated based on spatial and temporal distributions throughout the year, including Western Alaska-Siberia (WA-S), Northern Canada-Nunavut (NC-N), West-central Canada-Interior Alaska (WC-A) and East-central Canada-Minnesota (EC-M). WA-S and NC-N cranes primarily are composed of the lesser sandhill crane (A. c. canadensis) subspecies that breeds in...
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