Duck and goose hearing
Russ Charif <>
Wed, 29 May 2002 10:11:32 -0700
This query is posted for Dr. Rich Malecki, in the Cornell University
Dept. of Natural Resources. If you can assist, please respond
directly to him ([EMAIL PROTECTED]).
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>>>I'm working with some folks in Canada who are looking at the
>>>impact of low level military aircraft training flights on
>>>waterfowl in Labrador. One of the things that they are doing is
>>>measuring noise levels at various distances from spring staging,
>>>breeding, and molting flocks. They are then monitoring behavior.
>>>Primary species are black ducks, Canada geese, and surf scoters.
>>>One of the interesting things to date is that no one has really
>>>found anything of significance. Birds either become habituated to
>>>the noise or for some reason it doesn't appear to affect them.
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