Terry Liddick

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Wildlife Biologist (Pilot)

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From The Library

Coordinated Spring Survey Of Mid-Continent Sandhill Cranes 2023

This 2023 report provides population status for mid-continent sandhill cranes. Aerial transect coverage includes Nebraska’s Platte and North Platte River valleys. Ground coverage efforts focus in areas of traditional crane use/occurrence within the states of Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas.

Survey of the Rocky Mountain Population of Greater Sandhill Cranes 2022

This report summarizes Rocky Mountain Population (RMP) of Greater sandhill crane survey results. It is a cooperative aerial and ground survey that is organized by the Pacific Flyway Subcommittee on RMP of Greater Sandhill Cranes and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). The survey is...

Coordinated Spring Survey Of Mid-Continent Sandhill Cranes 2022

This 2022 report provides population status for mid-continent sandhill cranes. Aerial transect coverage includes Nebraska’s Platte and North Platte River valleys. Ground coverage efforts focus in areas of traditional crane use/occurrence within the states of Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas.

Coordinated Spring Survey Of Mid-Continent Sandhill Cranes 2021

This 2021 report provides population status for mid-continent sandhill cranes. Aerial transect coverage includes Nebraska’s Platte and North Platte River valleys. Ground coverage efforts focus in areas of traditional crane use/occurrence within the states of Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas.

Coordinated Spring Survey Of Mid-Continent Sandhill Cranes 2019

This 2019 report provides population status for mid-continent sandhill cranes. Aerial transect coverage includes Nebraska’s Platte and North Platte River valleys. Ground coverage efforts focus in areas of traditional crane use/occurrence within the states of Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas.