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Long-Billed Curlew.

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Brandy L Downey, 2003, Long-Billed Curlew.: In MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Habitat Suitability Models for Selected Wildlife Management Species. Alberta Species at Risk Report No. 86, by Brad A. Downey, Brandy L. Downey, Rachael W. Quinlain, Oriano Castelli, Vernon J. Remesz and Paul F. Jones, 36-41. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Sustainable Resource Management, Fish and Wildlife Division., 2004.

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Conclusions:Native prairie was found to be the most suitable habitat for long-billed curlew. Agriculture lands were used secondarily to varying degrees, and shrublands were considered unsuitable. *Note that this study generated landscape level models with coarse variables, and the thresholds and values used may not be directly applicable to other areas or for site-specific analysis.Thresholds/Learnings:Shrub coverage greater that 10% was considered undesirable for the long-billed curlew*

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Brandy L Downey

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  • Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative
  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • Landscape Patterns Catalog

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journalIn MULTISAR: The Milk River Basin Habitat Suitability Models for Selected Wildlife Management Species. Alberta Species at Risk Report No. 86, by Brad A. Downey, Brandy L. Downey, Rachael W. Quinlain, Oriano Castelli, Vernon J. Remesz and Paul F. Jones, 36-41. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Sustainable Resource Management, Fish and Wildlife Division., 2004

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