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Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. Edwin P. Martin
Before white men came to North America, there were many game birds. However, due to man’s activities much of their natural habitat has been destroyed. Therefore, some of the states established game commissions and game farms to reestablish game or to introduce new species for hunters. Ring-necked pheasants and Hungarian partridges are two successfully introduced game birds.
Copyright 1955 Fred Nimz
Nimz, Fred, "The Pheasant and Hungarian Partridge As Exotic Game Birds" (1955). Master's Theses. 543.