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2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM. What is the name of this bird? A. Marsh Hen B. Mallard C. Bobwhite Quail D. Canada Goose. #1. Source: http://allaboutbirds.org. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM. What is the name of this bird?

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    1. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this bird? • A. Marsh Hen • B. Mallard • C. Bobwhite Quail • D. Canada Goose #1 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    2. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this bird? • A. Bobwhite Quail • B. Ruffed Grouse • C. Snipe • D. Marsh Hen (Clapper Rail) #2 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    3. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this bird? • A. Canada Goose • B. Canvasback • C. Mallard • D. Woodduck #3 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    4. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this bird? • A. Lesser Scaup • B. Mallard • C. Crow • D. Woodcock #4 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    5. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this bird? • A. Mourning Dove • B. Purple Gallinule • C. Wood Duck • D. Snipe #5 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    6. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this predator? • A. Barred Owl • B. Cooper’s Hawk • C. Great Horned Owl • D. Screech Owl #6 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    7. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this predator? • A. Cooper’s Hawk • B. Kestrel • C. Redtail Hawk • D. Barred Owl #7 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    8. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • According to the U.S. Map of the Wild Turkey’s Range, Which Wild Turkey subspecies is most likely to be found in Texas? • A. Wofford • B. Gould’s • C. Florida Oceola • D. Rio Grande #8 Source: http://nwtf.org

    9. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM Canadian Geese feed on ___________. • Crawfish and Salamanders • Fish and Snakes • Stubble fields and marsh vegetation. • All of the above #9 Source: www.audubonbirds.org/

    10. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM The arrow is pointing to what group of feathers on this Duck? • A. Tertials • B. Coverts • C. Primaries • D. Secondaries #10 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    11. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • In Waterfowl digestion the next stop after the esophagus is the glandular stomach—known as the ________________—which secretes digestive enzymes that soften food and make it easier to digest. • A. uterous • B. Proventriculus • C. Large Intestine • D. Gizzard #11 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    12. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Mallards have about _________ taste buds, whereas humans have around 9,000. • A. 2 • B. 200 • C. 20,000 • D. 200,000 #12 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    13. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • As a rule, larger-bodied waterfowl live shorter lives than smaller birds. Swans generally have the lowest survival rates and shortest life spans, followed by geese and then ducks. This is attributed to the fact that the smaller ducks are the ones that are hunted the most. • A. True • B. False #13 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    14. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Since 1937, _________________ has conserved and restored more than 12 million acres of the most critical habitat for waterfowl and other wildlife. Wetlands are among the most productive ecosystems on the planet. • A. Ducks Unlimited • B. The Smith-Hughes Act • C. The National duck Federation • D. The United States Fish And Game Association #14 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    15. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Fire frequencies < 3 years are necessary to sustain habitat for bobwhites and other declining species in upland pine ecosystems. • A. True • B. False #15 Source: http://www.qu.org

    16. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM The screech owl is a resident of Georgia. • True • False #16 Source: www.audubonbirds.org/

    17. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • While most birds must tilt their heads back to swallow water, the dove is capable of thrusting its bill into the water and drinking in a fashion similar to horses and cattle. • A. True • B. False #17 Source: http://www.clemson.edu/extension/natureal_resources/wildlife/publications/

    18. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • A Colinusvirginianus is a ____________. • A. Wild Turkey • B. Mourning Dove • C. Bobwhite Quail • D. Wood Duck #18 Source: http://www.clemson.edu/extension/natureal_resources/wildlife/publications

    19. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the bag limit for Wood Ducks in Georgia? • A. 3 (6 in possession) • B. 5 (10 in possession) • C. 7 (14 in possession) • D. 15 (30 in possession) #19 Source: www.georgiawildlife.org

    20. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Which U.S. President signed the North American Wetlands conservation Act into law? • A. Bill Clinton • B. Gerald Ford • C. Franklin Roosevelt • D. George H. Bush #20 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    21. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Which of the following are used by waterfowl for navigation? • A. Response to geometric fields, visual landmarks and • learning. • B. GPS Units and compasses. • C. Genetics and the moons pull on the earth. • D. The length of daylight and the movement to warmer weather. #21 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    22. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • The Duck Stamp Act, passed in 1934, was amended by congress in 1958 to authorize acquisition of wetlands known as: • A. Waterfowl Production Areas • B. Prairie Wetland Projects • C. Wetlands for Tomorrow • D. Okefenokee Swamp restoration #22 Source: http://www.ducks.org

    23. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Screech-Owls nest ___________________________________. • A. In nest made of twigs and branches in the tops of trees about 22 inches in diameter. • B. In nest in the tree tops made of grass clippings about 12 inches in diameter. • C. In nest that are on the ground. • D. In nest in holes and cavities in trees, but never dig a cavity themselves. #23 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    24. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM Which of the following left these signs? • Bobwhite Quail • Mourning Dove • Wild Turkey • Canada Goose #24 Source: http://allaboutbirds.org

    25. 2013 STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT JUNIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the daily bag limit for Crows in Georgia? • A. 3 • B. 12 • C. 15 • D. No Limit #25 Source: www.georgiawildlife.org

    26. Key Jr. State 2013 16. A. True 17. A. True 18. C. Bobwhite Quail 19. A. 3 (6 in possession) 20. D. George H. Bush 21. A. Response to geometric fields, visual landmarks and learning. 22. A. Waterfowl Production Areas 23. D. In nest in holes in cavities & trees,but never dig a cavity themselves. 24. A. Bobwhite Quail 25. D. No limit • 1. D. Canada Goose • 2. B. Ruffed Grouse • 3. C. Mallard • 4. D. Woodcock • 5. A. Mourning Dove • 6. D. Screech Owl • 7. A. Cooper’s Hawk • 8. D. Rio Grande • 9. C. Stubble fields & marsh vegetation • 10.B. Coverts • 11. B. Proventriculus • 12. B. 200 • 13. B. False • 14. A. Ducks Unlimited • 15. A. True