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tion. Understanding such cross-seasonal linkages may also help in detecting emerging threats to surf scoters in their northern breeding areas. To check out the travels of marked surf scoters in 2006, visit the maps at www.werc.usgs.gov/sattrack/. Susan Wainwright-De La Cruz will discuss cross-seasonal implications of mercury and selenium bioaccumulation by wintering surf scoters and the tracking effort through the 2005 nesting season. Susan Wainwright-De La Cruz, Session 40, Tuesday, Sep 26, 2006, 5:10 - 5:30 p.m.

Productivity of tundra swans breeding on the lower Alaska Peninsula:

The density of tundra swan (Cygnus columbianus columbianus) breeding pairs at Izembek National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) on the Lower Alaska Peninsula has decreased by nearly 75 percent over the past 25 years. Swans breeding in this area are unique because they are the most southwesterly breeding population of tundra swans and are the only known population of tundra swans to exhibit non-migratory behavior. Growing concerns about the status of swans breeding on the Alaska Peninsula, the unique behavior and characteristics of the Izembek population, and concerns regarding an increase in development and harvest pressure on or near Izembek NWR have prompted an assessment of past data. During the 20-year span of field studies, extensive aerial surveys of pairs and nests were conducted and the fate of over 500 nests and associated cygnets were monitored. We analyzed data collected between 1980 and 1987 to examine factors affecting nest, egg, and cygnet survival rates. We considered possible relationships between reproductive success and year, season date, cygnet age, neck collars, weather variables, nesting location, and brown bear densities. Nest survival rates for nests located in a portion of our study area known as the Cold Bay road system were considerably higher than for those in the remaining portion of our study ar

Contact: Catherine Puckett
United States Geological Survey

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