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On the Hudson Bay eider

L. L. Snyder

On the Hudson Bay eider

by L. L. Snyder

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eider.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L.L. Snyder.
    SeriesOccasional papers of the Royal Ontario Museum of Zoology -- no. 6
    ContributionsRoyal Ontario Museum of Zoology.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7, [1] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19092917M

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    The Hudson Bay Eider (Somateria mollissima sedentaria) is confined to islands and coasts of Hudson and James Bays. Maine supports the only major eider breeding population in the lower 48 states (Blumpton et al. ). 3. Natalie Warren and Ann Raiho take a 2,mile journey by paddle from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay, giving readers an insider view from the practicalities of planning a three-month canoe expedition to the successful accomplishment of the adventure of a lifetime.

    A big, lethargic, heavy-bodied duck of northern coastlines. Often seen floating offshore in flocks of up to several thousand birds. Sociable in breeding season also, and often nests in colonies. Eider down, famous for its insulating qualities, is used in large amounts in the nest lining of these ducks, helping to keep the eggs warm in frigid northern climates. In some places, such as Iceland. The Belcher Islands (Inuit: Sanikiluaq) are an archipelago in the southeast part of Hudson Belcher Islands are spread out over almost 3, square kilometres (1, sq mi). Administratively, they belong to the Qikiqtaaluk Region of the territory of Nunavut, hamlet of Sanikiluaq (where the majority of the archipelago's inhabitants live) is on the north Location: Hudson Bay.


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On the Hudson Bay eider by Snyder, L. (Lester Lynne), ; Royal Ontario Museum of ZoologyPages: The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including That of the French Traders of North-Western Canada and of the North-West, XY, and Astor Fur Companies Paperback – Decem by George Bryce (Author) out Cited by: 6.

(shown in plate); 'borealis' (Northern Eider) of the high Arctic has the smallest bill; 'sedentaria' (Hudson Bay Eider) is intermediate in bill size and mainly resident in the Hudson Bay area.

Takes approximately 3 years and 8 molts to reach adulthood. Females brown and. and modern technology of Inuit, and the ecology of the Hudson Bay Common Eider.

The eider represents the ‘canary in the coal mine’ for environmental change in Hudson Bay and the species Inuit on the Belcher Islands rely on for food and clothing. Students can also explores the impact of hydroelectric projects on the.

The early history of the Hudson's Bay Company comes alive in these true tales of fur-trade wars, incredible wilderness journeys, hardships and danger. Founded by the extraordinary adventurers and renegades Radisson and des Groseilliers, the HBC attracted many memorable characters.4/5(4).

The Hudson Bay common eider (Somateria molissima sedentaria) is a unique subspecies of eider that remains within the confines of Hudson Bay throughout the year.

To this day it remains a definitive source for knowledge of the region and has catalyzed many collaborative stewardship efforts, including the recently formed Hudson Bay Consortium. ( pages, colour, paperback). This book is being distributed on a not-for-profit basis.

This study was designed to evaluate the factors influencing colonial nesting of the Hudson Bay eider duck (Somateria mollissima sedentaria).Colonial nesting reflected both selection of appropriate nesting habitat by female common eiders and advantages gained through social cooperation in predator by: 2.

DRILLSHIPS AND EIDERS IN HUDSON BAY: EIA DATA REQUIREMENTS The present research was prompted by oil exploration in central Hudson Bay.

To fulfil the requirements of exploration agreements, Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd. and InterCity Gas contracted Canterra Energy Ltd. to drill two exploratory wells in their Hudson Bay lease acreage during. Hudson Bay Common Eider (Somateria mollissima sedentaria) Range- Hudson and James Bay, Northern Canada (tundra region) Named Mitia by the Inuit, the Hudson Bay eider is subject to a most demanding climate in the tundra region of Canada.

Eider and Northern Common Eider occurs in northern Hudson Bay and between the American Eider and Northern Common Eider in central Labrador. Genetic analysis indicated some gene flow between Northern Common Eider and American Eider as well as between Northern Common Eider and the nominate subspecies (S.

mollissima) which breeds in Europe andFile Size: KB. The eleventh largest freshwater lake in the world, Lake Winnipeg runs over two hundred fifty miles from the south to north end, at which point began a five hundred mile wilderness jump down the Hayes River to Hudson Bay at York Factory, Manitoba.

To learn more about the Hudson Bay Expedition, visit the original website from   A colorful duck of the northern seacoasts, the Common Eider is the largest duck in the Northern Hemisphere. The male's bright white, black, and green plumage contrasts markedly with the female's camouflaging dull striped brown.

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Eider ducks gather around a hole in the sea ice on Hudson Bay, where they dive in to harvest sea urchins. (ARCTIC EIDER SOCIETY PHOTO) OTTAWA — When the documentary film, “People of a Feather,” came out inits goal was to spur more research and action on the sea ice habitat in Hudson Bay.

Colonial nesting of the Hudson Bay eider duck. February ; Canadian Journal This book is an effort to summarize succinctly our current knowledge of sea duck biology and to provide a.

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In Canada's Hudson Bay, important eider die-offs were observed in the s by local populations due to quickly changing ice flow patterns. The Canadian Wildlife Service has spent several years gathering up-to-date information on their populations, and preliminary results seem to show a population : Aves.

THE ARCTIC EIDER SOCIETY: SIKU and the Hudson Bay Consortium - Indigenous-driven solutions for thriving communities. Joel P. Heath ABSTRACT. Climate change has imprinted itself across the entire earth, with its effects spanning all geographic regions, crossing jurisdictional boundaries and impacting the functioning of ecosystems.There were no fluffy eider ducklings waddling around at the East Bay Migratory Bird Sanctuary on Southampton Island, located at the north end of Hudson Bay, this year.

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