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Bill Larned Chris Dau. U S Fish and Wildlife Service. APPENDIX SLIDES. Common eider. Status: Species of Concern, declines in P. race. Reference Population: Pacific eider ( ± 150K) Planning area Max Population: Unknown (5K?) PA % of Ref. Population: <5%??

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    1. Bill Larned Chris Dau U S Fish and Wildlife Service APPENDIX SLIDES

    2. Common eider • Status: Species of Concern, declines in P. race. • Reference Population: Pacific eider (±150K) • Planning area Max Population: Unknown (5K?) • PA % of Ref. Population: <5%?? • Months present: a few all year, some breeding, mostly during spring migration, Mar.-May • Concentration sites: mouths of all AP Lagoons, shorelines & offshore throughout Planning area

    3. COMMON EIDER APRIL

    4. Long-tailed duck • Status: Species of Concern, declines N Am. Incl. AK • Reference Population: N. American (2.5M?) • Planning area Max Population: Spring Mig. (30K) • PA % of Ref. Population: <5% • Months present: Aug-May • Greatest Vulnerability: migration (Mar-May), winter Dec – Mar. Mouths of all AP Lagoons, shorelines throughout Planning area R. Hocken

    5. R. Hocken LONG-TAILED DUCK March-May ?? June-Feb Winter: Scattered along shorelines And in mouths of estuaries, among sea icel

    6. White-winged Scoter • Status: Species of Concern, declines worldwide Incl. AK • Reference Population: W. N. Am. breeding (?) • Planning area Max Population: Spring Mig. (11K) • PA % of Ref. Population: ?? • Months present: Aug-May • Greatest Vulnerability: migration (Mar-May), Molt (Aug-Oct). Upper BB shoals, Most AP Lagoons, esp. Pt. Moller, shorelines throughout Planning area

    7. WHITE-WINGED SCOTER R. Steele March-May

    8. WHITE-WINGED SCOTER R. Steele July-Nov Winter ??

    9. Harlequin Duck • Status: • Reference Population: • Planning area Max Population: Spring Mig. (1K) • PA % of Ref. Population: <1% • Months present: Aug-May • Greatest Vulnerability: coastal/littoral. Aug-May

    10. Harlequin Duck L Spitalnik April-May July-March ??

    11. Northern Pintail • Status: • Reference Population:Alaska (1M) • Planning area Max Population: Spring/Fall Mig. No comprehensive survey at least 10s of thous. • PA % of Ref. Population: ?? • Months present: April-Nov • Greatest Vulnerability: all estuaries-esp. exposed tide flats, spring & fall mig. staging

    12. Cackling Canada Goose • Status: Race of concern – huge decline in rebound to near objective last few years • Reference Population: Entire world population Breeds in YK Delta • Planning area Max Population: 270K?? • % of Ref. Population: 100% • Months present: Sept-Oct?? • Greatest Vulnerability: Cinder River, Ugashik Lagoons, other upper AK Peninsula lagoons, Sept-Oct

    13. Cackling Canada Goose Sept-Oct