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Harlequin Duck Program

fRI Research conducted harlequin duck studies beginning in 2000 and completed in 2004.

Current information on the Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrionicus) in the Northern Rockies and Foothills of Alberta has been generated as a response to project specific issues, e.g., rafting and harlequin conflicts on the Maligne River in Jasper and construction and mining impacts of the Cheviot Mine.

    Abstract: Modelling Habitat Use by Brood Rearing Harlequin Ducks in the Northern Rocky Mountains, Alberta

    Abstract from a presentation by Beth MacCallum at the the 2014 SeaDuck Conference.

    Harlequin Duck Workshop: Summary and Presentation

    Agenda, slides from presentations from the June 2014 Harlequin Duck Workshop and a summary of "world cafe" discussion session.

    Poster: Modelling pair-wise dependent capture outcomes in mark-recapture experiments.

    Academic poster about statistical methodology in the Harlequin Duck Program research.

    Variation in Breeding Season Survival of Female Harlequin Ducks

    Peer reviewed paper from the Harlequin Duck Program.

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