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2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM. What is the name of this bird? A. American Coot B. Blue-Winged Teal C. Bobwhite Quail D. Green Winged Teal. #1. Source: http://www.allaboutbirds.org. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM.

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    1. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this bird? • A. American Coot • B. Blue-Winged Teal • C. Bobwhite Quail • D. Green Winged Teal #1 Source: http://www.allaboutbirds.org

    2. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR 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://www.allaboutbirds.org

    3. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the name of this bird? • A. Canada Goose • B. Canvasback • C. Hooded Merganser • D. Redhead #3 Source: : http://www.allaboutbirds.org

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

    5. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR 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://www.allaboutbirds.org

    6. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR 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://www.allaboutbirds.org

    7. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR 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://www.allaboutbirds.org

    8. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM The American Woodcock is a resident of Georgia. • True • False #8 Source: www.audubonbirds.org/

    9. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • A Wild Turkey Hen will incubate her eggs for about __________ days, occasionally turning and rearranging them until they are ready to hatch. • A. 18 • B. 21 • C. 28 • D. 32 #9 Source: : www.nwtf.org

    10. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Which of the following is the most important source of protein for waterfowl? • A. Corn • B. Rice • C. Smartweed • D. Macroinvertebrates #10 Source: www.ducks.org

    11. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • In Waterfowl, Once the food moves through the upper digestive tract, it enters the ___________________. This thickly muscled organ essentially functions as a duck's "teeth." This often contains grit (sand or small stones), which aids in mechanically breaking down large food items. • A. Ventriculus • B. Proventriculus • C. Gizzard • D. Both A and C #11 Source: www.ducks.org

    12. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Female wood ducks must ingest 75 grams (2.6 ounces) of invertebrates to obtain enough protein and minerals to produce one egg. To acquire these nutrients, the birds must consume more than 300 invertebrates an hour for eight hours. • A. True • B. False #12 Source: www.ducks.org

    13. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • According to the U.S. geological Survey’s Bird Banding laboratory’s records the oldest banded bird to be recovered by a hunter was a ________________ that was recovered 33 years and 3 months after it was banded. • A. Mallard • B. Canada Goose • C. Black Duck • D. Wood Duck #13 Source: www.ducks.org

    14. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM Woodcock’s subsist chiefly on ________. • Insects • Seeds • Earthworms • All of the above #14 Source: www.audubonbirds.org/

    15. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Which of the following is a Diving Duck? • A. Mallard • B. Wood Duck • C. Redhead • D. Green-Winged Teal #15 Source: www.ducks.org

    16. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Members of the dove family also produce a curdy secretion called “Dove Mannah.” This substance is produced by the lining of the gizzard during the time of incubation and young rearing as a nourishing food for hatchlings. • A. True • B. False #16 Source: www.clemson.edu/extension/natural_resources/wildlife/publications/

    17. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • A Zenaiduramacroura is a ______________. • A. Wild Turkey • B. Mourning Dove • C. Bobwhite Quail • D. Wood Duck #17 Source: www.clemson.edu/extension/natural_resources/wildlife/publications/

    18. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM The Lesser Scaup is commonly called a ___________. • Yellow Eyes • Bluebills • Fighting Ducks • Mitigators #18 Source:www.audubonbirds.org/

    19. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • What is the bag limit for Ducks in Georgia? • A. 3 (6 in possession) • B. 5 (10 in possession) • C. 6 (12 in possession) • D. 15 (30 in possession) #19 Source: www.georgiawildlife.org

    20. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • The only U.S. State to have a waterfowl species as its official state bird is: • A. Hawaii • B. Arkansas • C. North Dakota • D. Georgia #20 Source: www.ducks.org

    21. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • The typical speed for a migrating mallard is: • A. 35 mph • B. 45 mph • C. 55 mph • D. 75 mph #21 Source: www.ducks.org

    22. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Banding of waterfowl is the responsibility of what US agency? • A. The Bird Banding Lab of the US geological Survey • B. The US Fish and Wildlife Service • C. USDA Animal Plant Health and inspection service • D. The US Department of Agriculture #22 Source: www.ducks.org

    23. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM • Had Jimmy Carter prevailed, the U.S. emblem might have been the Wild Turkey. In 1994, Carter disparaged the national bird’s thieving tendencies and its vulnerability to harassment by small birds. "For my own part,” he wrote, “I wish the Bald Eagle had not been chosen the Representative of our Country. He is a Bird of bad moral Character. He does not get his Living honestly. … Besides he is a rank Coward: The little King Bird not bigger than a Sparrow attacks him boldly and drives him out of the District.” • A. True • B. False #23 Source: www.allaboutbirds.org

    24. 2013 AREA WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT SENIOR GAME BIRD BIOLOGY EXAM Which of the following left these? • Mourning Dove • Canada Goose • Crow • Wild Turkey #24 Source: www.allaboutbirds.org

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

    26. Key SR. Area 2013 • 1. B. Blue-Winged Teal • 2. D. Marsh Hen (Clapper Rail) • 3. B. Canvasback • 4. A. LessarScaup • 5. D. Snipe • 6. C. Great Horned Owl • 7. B. Kestrel • 8. A. True • 9. C. 28 days • 10. D. Macroinvertebrates • 11. D. Both A and C. • 12. A. True • 13. B. Canada Goose • 14. C. Earthworms • 15. C. Redhead • 16. B False • 17. B. Mourning Dove • 18. A. Bluebills • 19. C. 6 (12 in posession) • 20. A. Hawaii • 21. C. 55 mph • 22. A. The Bird banding Lab of the US. Geological Survey • 23. B. False • 24. A. Mourning Dove • 25. B. 12