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White-winged doves (Zenaida asiatica asiatica) have become a common nonmigratory species in many urban areas of Texas including major cities such as Corpus Christi, San Antonio, and Waco (Schwertner et al., 2002; Small et al., 2006).
To ensure that we had sufficient power with our five microsatellite loci to detect genetic structure among White-winged Dove populations, we used the program POWSIM 4.0 (Ryman and Palm, 2006).
To remedy this, and following pilot studies in 2004 and 2005, TPWD implemented distance sampling to estimate the size of urban white-winged dove populations statewide.
The white-winged dove is mostly a tropical species found in the southeastern United States and Mexico.
The karyotype of the White-winged Dove. Condor, 95:1051-1053.
My husband and I got into a friendly argument a couple of months ago after a white-winged dove showed up near our home.
The third phase of Mourning and White-Winged Dove season wraps up on the WMA on Jan.
Areas of White-winged Dove habitat in Mason were delineated using ArcGIS 9.1 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc., Redlands, CA, USA).
Discussion--The white-winged dove has expanded its geographic range across the southwestern united states, prompting additional research and monitoring activities to learn more about the ecology of this species.
The Mayfield method was chosen because similar studies on White-winged Dove nesting success used this method or a variation of it (Hayslette et al.
This project was funded by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department White-winged Dove Stamp Program.
This report was part of a study funded by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's white-winged dove stamp research fund.