• The forum is now running on the Xenforo platform. The first time you log in here, you may have to reset your password by doing a password recovery. Your login info will be sent to the email you have listed on your account; please check your spam or junk folders if you don't see it in your inbox. If that address is invalid, obviously you won't get the email: In that case, use the contact form or the envelope icon at the top right of the header to send us your member name and a current valid email address.




HUNTERS URGED TO REPORT BANDED MOURNING DOVES

Mailman29680

Well-known member
Hunters can help wildlife biologists studying South Carolina mourning dove populations by returning information from banded birds harvested during the upcoming dove season. Hunters recovering a banded dove should call the toll-free reporting number etched on each band (1-800-327-BAND) to report the date and location of the recovery. Hunters are allowed to keep recovered bands, and will be provided a certificate of appreciation from the USGS Bird Banding Laboratory indicating the banding location of the recovered bird.
 


Top Bottom