Ring-Necked pheasant survival, nest habitat use, and occupancy in Kansas spring cover

Preston1

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https://krex.k-state.edu/dspace/bit...372/AdelaAnnis2019.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

This is a very interesting article and study you guys might find it interesting. This is a two year study which is alway better than a one year. This is a good study but what jumped out at me was the fact that even in good nesting habitat nearly 50% of the hen pheasant nests were destroyed by predators. One nest had nineteen eggs and one hen nested four time.

Its a good read good job, a Thesis from the Division of Biology, Kansas State University at Manhattan.
 
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