Pelican and Cormorant Abundance and Mortality - Prince Albert
Counts of nesting pelicans and cormorants at the Lavallee Lake colony are conducted each spring via aerial photography, and mortality is counted each fall by walking transects through the colony. Pelicans and cormorants feed on small and large freshwater fish up to 100 km from the colony and are an indicator of the health of the aquatic/terrestrial interface in the ecosystem.
- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Parks Canada
- Contributor: Canadian Cooperative Wildlife Health Centre
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada
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