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The reports identify market trends including, but not limited to: Overview Minnesota Seasonal Status: A regular breeding resident and migrant throughout the state; also regular during the winter season, particularly in southern Minnesota. The breeding distribution of the Giant Canada Goose, the subspecies that breeds in Minnesota, stretches across the southern regions of the eastern Canadian provinces, south through the eastern Dakotas and Central Plains states to the Gulf coast, and east to the Atlantic coast.
Breeding densities are especially high in the northern Great Plains, including southern Manitoba, central North Dakota, and northwestern Minnesota Figure 1.
A resident to short-distance migrant. In addition to the spring migration of breeding geese, there is a notable migration of nonbreeding 1-year-old and some 2- and 3-year-old geese and failed breeding geese that occurs northward in late May and early June.
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These migrants head to northern and subarctic areas, where they then molt their flight feathers and spend the summer Hanson Feeds on submerged aquatic vegetation in wetlands and lakes and grazes on grasses, sedges, and grains in uplands. A depression located on elevated sites within or adjacent to wetlands; muskrat houses and artificial platforms are frequently used.
The largest among them, the Giant Canada Goose Branta canadensis maximawas a common summer resident in Minnesota prior to the late s. Yet even Hatch, in the first comprehensive account of Minnesota birds published innoted that this formerly abundant species was declining in the southern counties as the human population increased.
By the time Roberts wrote his account of the Canada Goose 40 years later, even populations in the remote counties of northwestern Minnesota were decimated in the face of extensive wetland drainage, overharvest, and egg collection.
The last goose documented nesting in the state was in on Swan Lake in Nicollet County. At the same time, the Giant Canada Goose was largely absent from many of its traditional breeding grounds in North America, leading waterfowl biologists to assume that the species was extirpated throughout much of its range and perhaps even extinct. In light of its absence, the U.
Fish and Wildlife Service began efforts to transplant birds from captive flocks onto many national wildlife refuges, including in Minnesota Janssen Birds from Missouri and Michigan, for example, were transplanted to the Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge in the early s Dokken