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This report provides population status, recruitment indices, harvest trends, and other management information for the Mid-Continent (MCP), Rocky Mountain (RMP), Lower Colorado River Valley (LCRVP), and Eastern (EP) populations of sandhill cranes.

Band-tailed pigeons are managed cooperatively by state and provincial wildlife agencies, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Canadian Wildlife Service. Their management is guided by population specific (Pacific Coast and Interior) management plans (Pacific Flyway Council 2010, Pacific...

The mourning dove (Zenaida macroura) is one of the most abundant bird species in North America, and is familiar to millions of people. Authority and responsibility for management of this species in the U.S. is vested in the Secretary of the Interior. This responsibility is conferred by...

The American woodcock is a popular game bird throughout eastern North America. The management objective of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is to stabilize woodcock populations, while ultimately returning the population to a level that occurred in the early 1970s (Kelley et al. 2008)....

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Band-tailed pigeons are managed cooperatively by state and provincial wildlife agencies, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Canadian Wildlife Service. Their management is guided by population specific (Pacific Coast and Interior) management plans (Pacific Flyway Council 2010, Pacific...