Currently, there is concern about the influence of increasing nesting light goose populations (lesser snow goose [Chen caerulescens caerulescens] and Ross’s goose [Chen rossii]) on breeding Canada geese (Ankney 1996, Batt 1997, Walter 1999, Nack 2003, Nack and Andersen 2004, Gleason et al. 2004), and the potential interacting effects of predators and light goose abundance on Canada goose population dynamics in northern Manitoba.
Reiter, Matthew E; Andersen, David E.
Sympatric Nesting Eastern Prairie Population (EPP) Canada Geese and Lesser Snow Geese on the Hudson Bay Lowlands: Nest Depredation and Spatial Distribution (2004 Annual Report).
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