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Habitat Loss Leads to Downward Spiral of Woodcock Populations

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The American woodcock is one of the most widespread game birds in North America. Although it is known by at least thirty names, including big-eyed John, bogsucker, and timberdoodle, it remains one of the least known and understood game birds. The article provides information on the woodcock, such as its appearance and behaviors, and stresses the importance of habitat maintenance to insure its stability.
Upland Gazette (NoCar SK 340 U65), Vol. 3 Issue 1, Spring 1998, p1, 6, il