Comments on avian use of peanut fields on Eufaula Naitonal Wildlife Refuge (ENWR)

Published in 1994

Peanuts planted on ENWR were readily consumed by birds in the fall when they were left in the field (waste peanuts). Five species of waterfowl, other than the resident Canada Geese, were noted to feed on waste peanuts in upland (non-flooded) sites. Five non-waterfowl species were observed to feed on waste peanuts while 12 bird species use the fields for their daily activities such as feeding (not on peanuts), hunting, resting , etc.

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Author: Daniel J. Drennen
Volume Number: 41 Year Published: 1994
Issue Number: 1
Page Number: 4

Link to article: 41 No. 1_1994_p-5-7.pdf
Link to the full issue of BirdLife: 41 No. 1_1994.pdf