The collection will eventually include the following:

Proceedings 1978 Crane Workshop, Rockport, TX, December 6–8, 1978 (1979)
Proceedings 1981 Crane Workshop, Grand Tetons, WY, August 25–27, 1981 (1982)
Proceedings 1983 International Crane Workshop, Bharatpur, India, February 1983 (1987)
Proceedings 1985 Crane Workshop, Grand Island, NE, March 26–28, 1985 (1987)
Proceedings 1987 International Crane Workshop, Heilongjiang Province, China, May 1–10, 1987 (1991)
Proceedings 1988 Crane Workshop, Lake Wales, Florida, February 22–24, 1988 (1992)
Proceedings of the Sixth North American Crane Workshop, Regina, SK, October 3–5, 1991 (1992)
Proceedings of the Seventh North American Crane Workshop, Biloxi, MS, January 10–13, 1996 (1997)
Proceedings of the Eighth North American Crane Workshop, Albuquerque, NM, January 11–14, 2000 (2001)
Proceedings of the Ninth North American Crane Workshop, Sacramento, CA, January 17–20, 2003 (2005)
Proceedings of the Tenth North American Crane Workshop, Zacatecas City, Mexico, February 7–10, 2006 (2008)
Proceedings of the Eleventh North American Crane Workshop, Wisconsin Dells, WI, September 23–27, 2008 (2010)
Proceedings of the Twelfth North American Crane Workshop, Grand Island, NE, March 13-16, 2011 (forthcoming)

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Survival and Sources of Mortality in Florida Sandhill Crane Chicks – Hatching to Fledging, Stephen A. Nesbitt, Stephen T. Schwikert, and Marilyn G. Spalding

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Body Mass Index (BMI) of normal Sandhill Cranes, Stephen A. Nesbitt, Marilyn G. Spalding, Kristen L. Candelora, Paul S. Kubilis, and Stephen T. Schwikert

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Resolutions passed by the North American crane working group Tenth north American crane workshop Zacatecas City, Zacatecas, Mexico, North American crane working group

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Behavior Comparisons for Whooping Cranes Raised by CostumedCaregivers and Trained for an Ultralight-led Migration, Glenn H. Olsen and John B. French

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Safety of West Nile Virus vaccines in sandhill Crane Chicks, Glenn H. Olsen, Kimberli J. Miller, Douglas E. Docherty, and Valerie Bochsler

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Use of Clap Traps in Capturing Nonmigratory Whooping Cranes in Florida, Jeannette M. Parker, Martin J. Folk, Stephen B. Baynes, and Kristen L. Candelora

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COMMON CRANE MANAGEMENT IN GERMANY -MONITORING, PROTECTION, AND SCIENTIFIC WORK, Hartwig Prange

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Egg Breakage by captive cranes at the International Crane Foundation, Stacy Puchta, Michael S. Putnam, and Kelly Maguire

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A Low Intensity Sampling Method for Assessing Blue Crab Abundance at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge and Preliminary Results on the Relationship of Blue Crab Abundance to Whooping Crane Winter Mortality, Bruce H. Pugesek, Michael J. Baldwin, and Thomas V. Stehn

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The Whooping Crane in Mexico: Past, Present, and Future?, Michael S. Putnam, Ruth Partida Lara, Suix Diaz Gomez, and Anne E. Lacy

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Reproductive Health of the Florida Flock of Introduced Whooping Cranes, Marilyn G. Spalding, Martin J. Folk, and Stephen A. Nesbitt

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A Wasting Syndrome in Released Whooping Cranes in Florida Associated with Infectious Bursal Disease Titers, Marilyn G. Spalding, Holly S. Sellers, Barry K. Hartup, and Glenn H. Olsen

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Aerial Census Techniques for Whooping Cranes on the Texas Coast, Thomas V. Stehn and Thomas E. Taylor

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Whooping Crane Collisions with Power Lines: an Issue Paper, Thomas V. Stehn and Tom Wassenich

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A Year-long Study of Food consumption by Captive Whooping Cranes at the International Crane Foundation, Jessica J. Stocking, Michael S. Putnam, and Nathanial B. Warning

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Survival, Movements, Social Structure, and Reproductive Behavior During Development of a Population of Reintroduced, Migratory Whooping Cranes, Richard P. Urbanek and Lara E. A. Fondow

2005

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Proceedings of the Ninth North American Crane Workshop, Jan 17-20, 2003 Table of Contents

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE NINTH NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKSHOP: Preface, Dedications, & Awards

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RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKING GROUP

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NESTING ECOLOGY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF THE CUBAN SANDHILL CRANE ON THE ISLE OF YOUTH, CUBA, XIOMARA GALVEZ AGUILERA, VICENTE BEROVIDES ALVAREZ, and FELIPE CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ

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PATTERNS OF HABITAT USE BY WHOOPING CRANES DURING MIGRATION: SUMMARY FROM 1977–1999 SITE EVALUATION DATA, Jane E. Austin and AMY L. RICHERT

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CROP DEPREDATIONS BY CRANES AT DAURSKY STATE BIOSPHERE RESERVE, SIBERIA, STEPHEN H. BOUFFARD, JOHN E. CORNELY, and OLEG A. GOROSHKO

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NEW LOCATIONS AND RANGE EXTENSION OF WINTERING SANDHILL CRANES IN CENTRAL NORTHERN MEXICO, FELIPE CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ

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PATTERNS OF RELATIONSHIPS AMONG WHOOPING CRANE FITNESS, BLUE CRAB ABUNDANCE, AND FRESHWATER INFLOWS: AN EXPLORATORY ASSESSMENT OF AVAILABLE DATA SETS, FELIPE CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ

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SANDHILL CRANE MORTALITY DURING FALL MIGRATION STOPOVER IN NORTH-CENTRAL NEW MEXICO, FALL 2001, William DeRagon, Wendy Brown, Gail Garber, and Mike Richard

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MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY FACTORS IN PRE-FLEDGED FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANE (GRUS CANADENSIS PRATENSIS) CHICKS, ROBERT J. DUSEK, MARILYN G. SPALDING, DONALD J. FORRESTER, NICHOLAS KOMAR, and JONATHAN F. DAY

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PAST, PRESENT, AND HYPOTHETICAL METHODS FOR CRANE REINTRODUCTION AND MIGRATION, DAVID H. ELLIS

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INITIAL TRAINING OF CRANES FOR AN AIRSHIP MIGRATION, DAVID H. ELLIS, GLENN H. OLSEN, and JARED KWITOWSKI

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BREEDING BIOLOGY OF RE-INTRODUCED NON-MIGRATORY WHOOPING CRANES IN FLORIDA, MARTIN J. FOLK, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, STEPHEN T. SCHWIKERT, JAMES A. SCHMIDT, KATHLEEN A. SULLIVAN, THOMAS J. MILLER, STEPHEN B. BAYNES, and JEANNETTE M. PARKER

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TECHNIQUES EMPLOYED TO CAPTURE WHOOPING CRANES IN CENTRAL FLORIDA, MARTIN J. FOLK, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, STEPHEN T. SCHWIKERT, JAMES A. SCHMIDT, KATHLEEN A. SULLIVAN, THOMAS J. MILLER, STEPHEN B. BAYNES, and JEANNETTE M. PARKER

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HISTORICAL NOTES ON WHOOPING CRANES AT WHITE LAKE, LOUISIANA: THE JOHN J. LYNCH INTERVIEWS, 1947-1948, GAY M. GOMEZ, RODERICK C. DREWIEN, and MARY LYNCH COURVILLE

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FECAL CORTICOID MONITORING IN WHOOPING CRANES TRAINED TO FOLLOW ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT, BARRY K. HARTUP, NANCY M. CZEKALA, GLENN H. OLSEN, and JULIA A. LANGENBERG

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CAPTURE OF SANDHILL CRANES USING ALPHA-CHLORALOSE, MATTHEW A. HAYES, BARRY K. HARTUP, JEANNE MARIE PITTMAN, and JEB A. BARZEN

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ANNUAL MOVEMENTS OF PACIFIC COAST SANDHILL CRANES, GARY L. IVEY, CAROLINE P. HERZIGER, and THOMAS J. HOFFMANN

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PHILOPATRY AND DISPERSAL IN WHOOPING CRANES, BRIAN W. JOHNS, J. PAUL GOOSSEN, ERNIE KUYT, and LEA CRAIG-MOORE

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A FRESH LOOK AT THE TAXONOMY OF MIDCONTINENTAL SANDHILL CRANES, DOUGLAS H. JOHNSON, Jane E. Autin, and Jill A. Shaffer

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GENETIC ASSESSMENT OF NON-MIGRATORY SANDHILL CRANE POPULATIONS, K. L. JONES, F. CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ, X. GALVEZ-AGUILERA, L. TORELLA, and M. V. ASHLEY

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DEFINITION OF SUBPOPULATIONS WITHIN MID-CONTINENT SANDHILL CRANES: A NUCLEAR APPROACH, K. L. JONES, G. L. Krapu, D. Brandt, and M. V. ASHLEY

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HEAD STABILIZATION IN WHOOPING CRANES, MATTHEW R. KINLOCH, THOMAS W. CRONIN, and GLENN H. OLSEN

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INTERNATIONAL CRANE FOUNDATION SPONSORED ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION: CONSERVATION OF THE CUBAN SANDHILL CRANE, KORIE M. KLINK

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EVIDENCE OF A DECLINE IN FAT STORAGE BY MIDCONTINENTAL SANDHILL CRANES IN NEBRASKA DURING SPRING: A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT, Gary L. Krapua, David A. Brandt, Deborah A. Buhl, and Gary W. Lingle

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MIGRATION ROUTES, STAGING AREAS, AND WINTERING GROUNDS OF SANDHILL CRANES THAT BREED IN SIBERIA, Gary L. Krapu and David A. Brandt

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DO ARCTIC-NESTING GEESE COMPETE WITH SANDHILL CRANES FOR WASTE CORN IN THE CENTRAL PLATTE RIVER VALLEY, NEBRASKA?, Gary L. Krapu, David A. Brandt, and ROBERT R. COX JR.

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IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT CHANGES AT AN AUTUMN GREATER SANDHILL CRANE STAGING AREA IN OREGON, CARROL D. LITTLEFIELD

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AGE, SEX, AND AGGRESSION IN FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANES, STEPHEN A. NESBITT

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AN OBLIGATION TO PUBLISH, STEPHEN A. NESBITT

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RESPONSE OF FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANES TO NEST INSPECTION, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, PAUL S. KUBILIS, and STEPHEN T. SCHWIKERT

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INJURIES AND ABNORMALITIES OF SANDHILL CRANES CAPTURED IN FLORIDA, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, MARILYN G. SPALDING, and STEPHEN T. SCHWIKERT

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WHOOPING CRANE TITERS TO EASTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS VACCINATIONS, Glenn H. Olsen, Erin Kolski, Jeff S. Hatfield, and Douglas E. Docherty

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TESTING A WEST NILE VIRUS VACCINE IN SANDHILL CRANES (GRUS CANADENSIS), Glenn H. Olsen, Kimberli Miller, Douglas Docherty, and Louis Sileo

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MIGRATION CHRONOLOGY, ROUTES, AND DISTRIBUTION OF PACIFIC FLYWAY POPULATION LESSER SANDHILL CRANES, MICHAEL J. PETRULA and THOMAS C. ROTHE

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AN ADAPTIVE APPROACH TO CHANNEL MANAGEMENT ON THE PLATTE RIVER, KENT PFEIFFER and PAUL CURRIER

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THE STATUS OF THE COMMON CRANE (GRUS GRUS) IN EUROPE - BREEDING, RESTING, MIGRATION, WINTERING, AND PROTECTION, HARTWIG PRANGE

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GREATER SANDHILL CRANE: RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT IN CALIFORNIA SINCE 1978, RONALD W. SCHLORFF

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USE OF WADING BIRDS AS INDICATORS OF POTENTIAL WHOOPING CRANE WINTERING HABITAT, DAWN A. SHERRY and FELIPE CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ

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SANDHILL CRANE USE OF MANAGED CHUFA WETLANDS IN NEW MEXICO, JOHN P. TAYLOR and LOREN M. SMITH

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REINTRODUCTION TECHNIQUES: POST-RELEASE PERFORMANCE OF SANDHILL CRANES (1) RELEASED INTO WILD FLOCKS AND (2) LED ON MIGRATION BY ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT, RICHARD P. URBANEK, JOSEPH W. DUFF, SCOTT R. SWENGEL, and LARA E. A. FONDOW

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FIRST COHORT OF MIGRATORY WHOOPING CRANES REINTRODUCED TO EASTERN NORTH AMERICA: THE FIRST YEAR AFTER RELEASE, RICHARD P. URBANEK, LARA E. A. FONDOW, COLLEEN D. SATYSHUR, ANNE E. LACY, SARA E. ZIMORSKI, and MARIANNE WELLINGTON

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PATTERNS OF FOOD USE OF WINTERING WHOOPING CRANES ON THE TEXAS COAST, CRAIG M. WESTWOOD and FELIPE CHAVEZ-RAMIREZ

2001

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Proceedings of the Eighth North American Crane Workshop, 11–14 January 2000: Preface and Contents

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RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKING GROUP EIGHTH NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKSHOP, ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO U.S.A.

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TRANSLOCATION OF FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANES TO GEORGIA, WESLEY A. ABLER and STEPHEN A. NESBITT

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DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, AND REPRODUCTION OF THE CUBAN SANDHILL CRANE (Grus canadensis nesiotes), XIOMARA GALVEZ AGUILERA, VICENTE BEROVIDES ALVAREZ, and JOSE RIVERA ROSALES

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NESTING ECOLOGY OF SANDHILL CRANES AT GRAYS LAKE, IDAHO, Jane E. Austin, L. J. Ball, and ADONIA R. HENRY

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SANDHILL CRANE ABUNDANCE AT GRAYS LAKE, IDAHO, L J. BALL, Jane E. Austin, and ADONIA R. HENRY

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FOOD ITEMS AND FEEDING RATES FOR WILD WHOOPING CRANE COLTS IN WOOD BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK, DOUGLAS G. BERGESON, MARK BRADLEY, and GEOFFREY L. HOLROYD

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MORTALITY OF WHOOPING CRANE COLTS IN WOOD BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK, CANADA, 1997-99, DOUGLAS G. BERGESON, BRIAN W. JOHNS, and GEOFFREY L. HOLROYD

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EGG COLLECTION AND RECRUITMENT OF YOUNG OF THE YEAR IN THE ARANSASI WOOD BUFFALO POPULATION OF WHOOPING CRANES, JOHN R. CANNON, BRIAN W. JOHNS, and THOMAS V. STEHN

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STATUS OF SANDHILL CRANES IN INDIANA, JOHN S. CASTRALE and JAMES BERGENS

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THE EFFECTS OF SEMEN COLLECTION ON FERTILITY IN CAPTIVE, NATURALLY FERTILE, SANDHILL CRANES, GUOJUN CHEN, GEORGE F. GEE, JANE M. NICOLICH, and JOANNA A. TAYLOR

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CONTINUING STUDIES OF ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT APPLICATIONS FOR INTRODUCING MIGRATORY POPULATIONS OF ENDANGERED CRANES, KENT R. CLEGG and JAMES C. LEWIS

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NOCTURNAL ROOST SITE SELECTION AND DIURNAL HABITAT USE BY SANDHILL CRANES DURING SPRING IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA, CRAIG A. DAVIS

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PLATTE RIVER COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT AND PROPOSED PROGRAM: EFFORTS TO PROTECT, RESTORE, AND MANAGE HABITAT FOR WHOOPING CRANES, LEAST TERNS, AND PIPING PLOVERS, CLAYTON DERBY and DALE STRICKLAND

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WHOOPING CRANES BREEDING AT WHITE LAKE, LOUISIANA, 1939: OBSERVATIONS BY JOHN J. LYNCH, U. S. BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, RODERICK C. DREWIEN, JOHN TAUTIN, MARY LYNCH COURVILLE, and GAY M. GOMEZ

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RESULTS OF THE FIRST ULTRALIGHT-LED SANDHILL CRANE MIGRATION IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA, JOSEPH W. DUFF, WILLIAM A. LISHMAN, DEWITT A. CLARK, GEORGE F. GEE, and DAVID H. ELLIS

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PROMOTING WILDNESS IN SANDHILL CRANES CONDITIONED TO FOLLOW AN ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT, JOSEPH W. DUFF, WILLIAM A. LISHMAN, DEWITT A. CLARK, GEORGE F. GEE, DANIEL T. SPRAGUE, and DAVID H. ELLIS

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RESULTS OF THE SECOND (1996) EXPERIMENT TO LEAD CRANES ON MIGRATION BEHIND A MOTORIZED GROUND VEHICLE, DAVID H. ELLIS, BRIAN CLAUSS, TSUYOSHI WATANABE, R. CURT MYKUT, MATT SHAWKEY, DANIEL P. MUMMERT, DANIEL T. SPRAGUE, CATHERINE H. ELLIS, and F. BENJAMIN TRAHAN

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WHOOPING CRANE EGG MANAGEMENT: OPTIONS AND CONSEQUENCES, DAVID H. ELLIS and GEORGE F. GEE

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LESSONS FROM THE MOTORIZED MIGRATIONS, DAVID H. ELLIS, GEORGE F. GEE, KENT R. CLEGG, JOSEPH W. DUFF, WILLIAM A. LISHMAN, and WILLIAM J. L. SLADEN

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MINIMUM SURVIVAL RATES FOR MISSISSIPPI SANDHILL CRANES: A COMPARISON OF HAND-REARING AND PARENT-REARING, DAVID H. ELLIS, GEORGE F. GEE, GLENN H. OLSEN, SCOTT G. HEREFORD, JANE M. NICOLICH, NANCY J. THOMAS, and MEENAKSHI NAGENDRAN

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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE ATTACHMENT OF SATELLITE TRANSMITTERS TO CRANES, DAVID H. ELLIS, PAUL W. HOWEY, and Gary L. Krapu

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RESULTS OF THE UTAH-ARIZONA STAGE-BY-STAGE MIGRATIONS, DAVID H. ELLIS, CAROLEE MELLON, MATTHEW KINLOCH, TRESSA DOLBEARE, and DAMIEN P. OSSI

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THE ONE-8Y-ONE METHOD FOR RELEASING CRANES, DAVID H. ELLIS, DANIEL P. MUMMERT, RICHARD P. URBANEK, MATTHEW KINLOCH, CAROLEE MELLON, TRESSA DOLBEARE, and DAMIEN P. OSSI

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INTERACTIONS OF SANDHILL CRANES AND WHOOPING CRANES WITH FOREIGN OBJECTS IN FLORIDA, MARTIN J. FOLK, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, and MARILYN G. SPALDING

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WATER CONDITIONING AND WHOOPING CRANE SURVIVAL AFTER RELEASE IN FLORIDA, GEORGE F. GEE, JANE M. NICOLICH, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, JEFF S. HATFIELD, DAVID H. ELLIS, and GLENN H. OLSEN

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USE OF TRADITIONAL INDIAN TRAPPING METHODS TO CAPTURE SANDHILL CRANES, SCOTT G. HEREFORD; TRACY E. GRAZIA; MEENAKSID NAGENDRAN,; and ALI HUSSAIN

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TRACKING SANDHILL CRANE MIGRATION FROM SASKATCHEWAN TO THE GULF COAST, DALE G. HJERTAAS, DAVID H. ELLIS, BRIAN W. JOHNS, and STACIE L. MOON

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DEVELOPING A MIGRATORY WHOOPING CRANE FLOCK, ROBERT H. HORWICH

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USING IVERMECTIN TO INCREASE SURVIVAL OF SANDHILL CRANE COLTS AT MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, OREGON, GARY L. IVEY and CAROLINE P. HERZIGER

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EVALUATION OF THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX (Mhc) IN CRANES: APPLICATIONS TO CONSERVATION EFFORTS, SUSAN I. JARVI, MARCIA M. MILLER, RONALD M. GOTOL, GEORGE F. GEE, and W. ELWOOD BRILES

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COUNTING CRANES: HOW MUCH EFFORT IS ENOUGH?, Douglas H. Johnson, RODERICK C. DREWIEN, and DOUGLAS S. BENNING

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MODELS FOR THE ADAPTIVE HARVEST MANAGEMENT OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN SANDHILL CRANES: PROBLEMS AND POTENTIAL, WILLIAM L. KENDALL and RODERICK C. DREWIEN

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USE OF SATELLITE TELEMETRY TO IDENTIFY TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE MIDCONTINENT SANDHILL CRANE POPULATION THROUGHOUT THE ANNUAL CYCLE, Gary L. Krapu and David A. Brandt

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INCREASED EGG CONSERVATION-IS IT ESSENTIAL FOR RECOVERY OF WHOOPING CRANES IN THE ARANSASIWOOD BUFFALO POPULATION?, JAMES C. LEWIS

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SANDHILL CRANE NEST AND EGG CHARACTERISTICS AT MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, OREGON, CARROLL D. LITTLEFIELD

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EFFECTS OF AN EARLY SPRING BURN ON GREATER SANDHILL CRANE NESTING SUCCESS AT MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, OREGON, CARROLL D. LITTLEFIELD, JOHN E. CORNELY, and BRADLEY D. EHLERS

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A COMPARISON OF BEHAVIOR FOR TWO COHORTS OF CAPTIVE-REARED GREATER SANDHILL CRANES RELEASED IN NORTHERN ARIZONA, DANIEL P. MUMMERT, Carol L. Chambers, and DAVID H. ELLIS

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A REINTRODUCTION EXPERIMENT INVOLVING MATED PAIRS OF PARENT-REARED GREATER SANDHILL CRANES IN NORTHERN ARIZONA, DANIEL P. MUMMERT, DAVID H. ELLIS, and Carol L. Chambers

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FATE OF THE SURVIVORS OF THE 1995 AND 1996 ARIZONA TRUCKING MIGRATIONS OF COSTUME-REARED GREATER SANDHILL CRANES, DANIEL P. MUMMERT, DAVID H. ELLIS, and Carol L. Chambers

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ASPECTS OF REPRODUCTION AND PAIR BONDS IN FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANES, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, MARTIN J. FOLK, STEPHEN T. SCHWIKERT, and JAMES A. SCHMIDT