Waterfowl Management in Georgia

References

Arner, Dale H. and Gary R. Hepp.  1989.  Beaver pond wetlands: a southern perspective. Pages 117- 128 in: Smith, L. M., R. L. Pederson, and R. M. Kaminski. Habitat management for migrating and wintering waterfowl in North America.  Texas Tech University Press. 560 pp.

Bellrose, F. C.  1976.  Ducks, geese, and swans of North America. Third Ed. Stackpole Books. Harrisburg, Pa. 540 pp.

Georgia Nongame and Natural Heritage Section.  1996.  State of Georgia Landcover Statistics by County. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Natural Heritage Program.  Project Report 26.  57 pp.

Huffstatler, H. and D. Stewart.  1993.  Waterfowl habitat management handbook for the lower Mississippi River valley. Coop. Ext. Service, Miss. State Univ. Publication 1864. 19 pp.

Jackson, J. L. 1980.  Bring ducks to your land: managing wetlands for waterfowl in the southeast. Coop. Ext. Service, Univ. of Georgia. 15pp.

Johnson, F. A. and F. Montalbano III.  1989.  Southern reservoirs and lakes.  Pages 93 - 116 in: Smith, L. M., R. L. Pederson, and R. M. Kaminski. Habitat management for migrating and wintering waterfowl in North America.  Texas Tech University Press. 560 pp.

Neely, W. W. and V. E. Davison.  1966.  Wild ducks on farmland in the south. U.S.D.A. Farmer''s Bulletin 2218. 14 pp.

Wharton, Charles H.  1978.  The Natural Environments of Georgia.  Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Georgia Geologic Survey.  Bulletin 114.  227 pp.

Williams, R. K., R. D. Perry, M. D. Prevost, and S. E. Adair, Ph.D.  1998.  Management of south Atlantic coastal wetlands for waterfowl and other wildlife.  Atlantic Coast Joint Venture of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan and Ducks Unlimited. 29 pp.






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