Event Title

Mississippi River Flyway Waterfowl Population

Location

Collier Library

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Dr. Michael Pretes

Event Website

https://www.una.edu/studentresearch/index.html

Start Date

24-4-2019 1:00 PM

End Date

24-4-2019 2:00 PM

Document Type

Poster Presentation

Description

"The Mississippi Flyway population of waterfowl population has steadily been in decline for almost a century. This is the most waterfowl fulfilled area in North America containing almost every waterfowl species known to man. The waterfowl population of North America is a very crucial matter because of the vast variety of waterfowl species that is contains. I am going to conduct an in depth study of how much the population has increased or decreased over the past century and what major factors have played a role in this. Waterfowl harvesting laws have progressively became stricter over the past ten years and it goes to show that there is very logical reasoning behind this matter. My main objective for this research project is to present to my audience an accurate representation of the waterfowl population in this region of North America and inform them of what is causing these major changes."

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Mississippi River Flyway Waterfowl Population

Collier Library

"The Mississippi Flyway population of waterfowl population has steadily been in decline for almost a century. This is the most waterfowl fulfilled area in North America containing almost every waterfowl species known to man. The waterfowl population of North America is a very crucial matter because of the vast variety of waterfowl species that is contains. I am going to conduct an in depth study of how much the population has increased or decreased over the past century and what major factors have played a role in this. Waterfowl harvesting laws have progressively became stricter over the past ten years and it goes to show that there is very logical reasoning behind this matter. My main objective for this research project is to present to my audience an accurate representation of the waterfowl population in this region of North America and inform them of what is causing these major changes."

https://ir.una.edu/scholarsweek2019/2019/posters/31