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This report describes the spring migration and courtship, nesting, roosting, fall migration and habitat requirements of the American woodcock. It also presents specific steps that small landowners can take to enhance their property for woodcock by economically feasible methods. The report is designed for the landowner who is not a biologist, but who wants to do something for woodcock on his or her own land.
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Maine Agricultural Experiment Station
Sepik, G.F., R.B. Owen Jr., and M.W. Coulter. 1981. A landowner’s guide to woodcock management in the Northeast. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station Miscellaneous Report 253.