Eric Lance

Eric Lance

Mar 17, 2024

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    About This Project

    This study investigates how artificial hen house structures used to increase the nesting success of wild hen mallards may be allowing preferential benefit to hybridized over pure wild mallards. By installing these nesting structures, live trapping, and analyzing genetic and morphological data, the research aims to discern usage patterns between hybrid and wild populations and their implications for conservation, as hen houses are crucial for boosting mallard nesting success and survival.

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