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Editor’s Note: Although this publication is hosted on a US Geological Survey server, an examination of the document itself indicates it was published by the Central Flyway Waterfowl Council. According to their “detailed overview” page, the Council is a multi-state/provincal organization:
The Central Flyway is one of four administrative flyways in North America – the others are called the Atlantic, Mississippi and Pacific. The Central Flyway Council (CFC) is comprised of a representative of agencies responsible for migratory bird management in each of 10 states, two Canadian provinces and the Northwest Territory. The states and provinces included are: Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Alberta and Saskatchewan. The Flyway’s western boundary lies largely along the Continental Divide except in Montana where the boundary is east of it. This means only a portion of the western states is in the Central Flyway with the remainder in the Pacific.
This means that this publication is not a federal publication and therefore does not belong in the federal Catalog of Government Publications. Having said that, it does look like a useful publication.