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Eskimo Curlew

References

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Bent, A.C. 1929. Life histories of North American shorebirds. U.S. National Museum Bulletin 146.

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Obst, J. and A. Spaulding.  1994.  Annual report on the Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis) recovery plan project in the Northwest Territories, Canada in 1994: results of the investigations into an unconfirmed Eskimo Curlew nest site in the Northwest Territories.  Wildlife Management Division, Department of Renewable Resources, Yellowknife, NWT.  Unpublished report. 34 pp.

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