Behavioral responses of wintering bald eagles to human activity /

A two-year study was conducted on the effects of human activity on bald eagles wintering along a 40-km. segment of the Nooksack River in northwestern Washington. Logging, housing, mining, fishing, and recreation have increased in recent years in this area. Data were collected during the autumns and...

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Alternate Title:Bald eagle avoidance behavior
Main Author: Stalmaster, Mark V.
Additional Author(s):Newman, James R.

Ballard, Warren B.
Corporate Contributor(s):HARZA-EBASCO Susitna Joint Venture.
Report Numbers:APA 2271
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2271.
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Summary:A two-year study was conducted on the effects of human activity on bald eagles wintering along a 40-km. segment of the Nooksack River in northwestern Washington. Logging, housing, mining, fishing, and recreation have increased in recent years in this area. Data were collected during the autumns and winters of 1974-1975 and 1975-1976.
Physical Description:p. 506-513 : 4 ill. ; 28 cm.
Contained In:Originally issued in: Journal of wildlife management. 1978. Vol. 42 (3), p. 506-513
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (p. 513).
ISSN:0008-3550