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Draft Washington State status report for the Aleutian Canada goose

Donald Kraege

Draft Washington State status report for the Aleutian Canada goose

by Donald Kraege

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Published by Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Olympia, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada goose -- Washington (State),
  • Endangered species -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWashington State status report for the Aleutian Canada goose, Status report for the Aleutian Canada goose
    Statementprepared by Donald Kraege.
    ContributionsWashington (State). Dept. of Fish and Wildlife., Wildlife Management Program (Wash.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 29 p. ;
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13635315M
    OCLC/WorldCa60843551

    The information on this website is considered to be true and correct as at the date of publication or the date of the documents posted herein, as applicable, however, changes in circumstances after the time of publication or the date of such documents may impact on the accuracy of the information. NORTHWEST OREGON - SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON CANADA GOOSE AGRICULTURAL DEPREDATION CONTROL Prepared for the: Pacific Flyway Council U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Department of Agriculture - APHIS, Wildlife Services by the Pacific Flyway Study Committee and the Canada Goose Agricultural Depredation Working Group.

    Biodiversity Journal, , 3 (4): Terrestrial gastropods of the minor islets of the Maltese Archipelago (Mollusca Gastropoda) David 1 *,Arnold Sciberras2, Jeffrey Sciberras3 & Luca Pisani4 ABSTRACT KEY WORDS Received ; accepted ; printed Proceedings of the 1st International Congress “Insularity and Biodiversity”, May 11th th, Donald K. Kraege has written: 'Washington State status report for the Aleutian Canada goose' -- subject(s): Rare birds, Cackling goose, Endangered species Asked in Harry Potter What are the.

      Fish and Wildlife Service proposes to remove Aleutian Canada goose from threatened-species list; numbers have risen from just in to ab (S). The video - Pacific Northwest Goose Management - is intended to supplement this information. A subspecies of Canada goose is defined by scientific authorities as a distinct taxonomic entity based on many physical and geographical factors. For example, some goose subspecies vary greatly in size, such as the cackling and western Canada Size: KB.


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Draft Washington State status report for the Aleutian Canada goose by Donald Kraege Download PDF EPUB FB2

Status Report and Listing Recommendation for presentation to the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission. The Final Report and Recommendation are then released 30 days prior to the Commission presentation for public review.

This is a Draft Status Report for the Aleutian Canada goose. Submit written comments on this report. In response to its federal endangered status, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) listed the Aleutian Canada goose as a state endangered species in The federal action downlisting the goose from endangered to threatened in resulted in a similar downlisting of the population by WDFW in This is a Final Status Report for the Aleutian Canada goose.

Submit written comments on this report by August 3, to: Endangered Species Program Manager, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Capitol Way N, Olympia, WA The Department will present the results of this status review to the Fish and Wildlife Commission for.

Hunting of Aleutian Canada geese is prohibited in Washington. Washington is a migratory, and not a wintering, habitat. Principal migratory habitat in Washington is located within the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge and surrounding fields and farms.

The revised federal recovery plan for the goose outlined 3 major delisting criteria. This report should be cited as: Kraege, D.

Washington State status report for the Aleutian Canada goose. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia, Washington. 26 + iii pp. Cover photos by Glen Smart (goose) and Vernon Byrd (background, taken in the Aleutians), courtesy of U.

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The Aleutian Canada goose is one of the smallest subspecies of Canada goose. Adults are slightly larger than a mallard, weighing to kilograms (4 to 6 pounds). Like all Canada geese, Aleutian Canada geese have a black head and neck with a white cheek patch, brown wings and back, a grayish-brown breast and belly, a white rump patch, and blackFile Size: KB.

Washington state removes Aleutian Goose from state ESA listing a,b 4 g eese per day Oct.–Jan. & California & Oregon; c. 90 day season, 14 day late season hunt on private lands in coastal areas. Report and Recommendations of the EGMP Pink-footed Goose TF and draft Workplan for / 2 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE EGMP PINK-FOOTED GOOSE TASK FORCE AND DRAFT WORKPLAN FOR / Introduction According to Rule 29 of the European Goose Management International Working Group (EGM IWG) Modus Operandi, the EGM IWG may establish.

Besides removing foxes, the Service and state wildlife agencies closed Aleutian Canada goose hunting in wintering and migration areas, banded birds on the breeding grounds to identify important wintering and migrations areas, and released families of wild geese caught on Buldir Island on other fox-free islands in the Aleutians.

Aleutian geese are rarely found in the Willamette Valley and lower Columbia River. In Oregon and Washington, they are more likely to be found along the coast. If present, they are commonly found in mixed flocks with cackling and Taverner’s geese. Aleutian Canada Geese The Aleutian Canada goose was listed as endangered in (the population numbered approximately birds in ) and was de-listed in These geese now nest primarily on the Aleutian Islands, although historically they nested from near Kodiak Island, Alaska to the Kuril Islands in Asia.

They now winter along the. The Aleutian Canada (cackling) goose (Branta canadensis leucopareia) was, ironically, a victim of the fur industry. In the mids, Russian fur traders first introduced nonindigenous foxes onto islands in the Aleutian chain.

All of these islands were within the sole breeding range of the Aleutian cackling goose. The Aleutian Canada goose is one of the smallest subspecies of Canada goose, weighing between four and six pounds, which makes it slightly larger than a mallard duck.

Even though the goose’s taxonomy was redefined inwhich resulted in it being renamed the Aleutian cackling goose, the term used here is the “old” one because that is. Gaydos, J. and J. Zier. Species of Concern within the Salish Sea nearly double between and Proceedings of the Salish Sea Conference, Seattle, WA, April   The Oregon and Washington Fish and Wildlife Commissions have approved permitting requirements for northwest Oregon and southwest Washington goose hunters, which include passing a written examination.

The Aleutian Canada goose was an abundant subspecies of Canada goose that nested in the northern Kuril and Commander Islands, in the Aleutian Archipelago, and on islands south of the Alaska Peninsula east to near Kodiak Island [1].

The birds wintered in Japan and in the coastal western U.S. to Mexico [1]. OLYMPIA -- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking the public's comments on proposed changes to the state's list of threatened and endangered species. Under the proposed changes, the gray whale would be down-listed from endangered to sensitive status, and the Aleutian Canada goose would be down-listed from endangered to threatened status.

First Quarter Fiscal Highlights (in millions of Canadian dollars): Total revenue increased by % to $m Adjusted EBIT was $()m Net loss was $()m, or $() per basic and diluted share Adjusted net loss was $()m, or $() per basic and diluted share Adjusted EBIT, adjusted net loss and adjusted net loss per basic and diluted share are non-IFRS financial measures.

See. The Aleutian Canada goose lives on the Aleutian Island chain of Alaska. They are also found on the Commander and Kuril Islands of Japan. They used to winter from B.C. to Mexico but today winter only in Oregon, Washington, and California.

Some of these geese are sometimes spotted in Canada, although they do not live there.Questions and Answers about the Aleutian Canada goose. What action is the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service taking? We are celebrating the recovery of the Aleutian Canada goose February 1,with a final rule expected to be published soon removing this species from the federal list of threatened and endangered wildlife and plants.special status species, socioeconomics, historical resources, and cultural resources.

The Draft Environmental Impact Statement will have a day comment period. We will consider all public comments received during the comment period in preparation of .