In August 1909, he constructed a successful duck trap. His subject was banding
with his own hand-stamped aluminum band. Along with address information, his
Canada geese are banded in several portions of the Flyway annually with many
of the same objectives as for ducks: to learn about production of young, to map ...
Oct 10, 2012 ... Fewer than one in a thousand ducks and geese sport leg bands or collars,
making them a rare and unusual trophy for a hunter. Each has a ...
In the spring of 1915, he banded his first Canada Goose with a hand-stamped
aluminum band to see if he could learn more about its migration and nesting ...
Nature: Bird banding is a valuable tool for ornithologists. ... By 1939, the year of
his death, Miner banded 20,000 Canada Geese, many of which carried ... Only
after such an apprenticeship-in which you learn how to safely capture and band ...
Find out more about goose banding and what goose hunters should do if they
finded ... If a band is later reported, scientists can use the information to learn
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to capture and band geese and swans along the ....
the geese and swans to learn how we can help their populations rebound.
To learn more about interpreting the age at banding and how the minimum age at
encounter is calculated, click here. Questions about this page should be ...
To learn more about etching bands, click here. Hundreds of bands are etched
and returned to hunters by the Bird Banding Laboratory every year.
Banded Red-eyed Vireo · Canada Goose · Lesser Snow Goose · Mallard ·
Trumpeter Swan · Yellow Warbler ... Greater Snow Goose .... What we learn.