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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2001

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AN UPDATE OF THE FLORIDA WHOOPING CRANE RELEASE PROJECT THROUGH JUNE 2000, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, MARTIN J. FOLK, KATHLEEN A. SULLIVAN, STEPHEN T. SCHWIKERT, and MARILYN G. SPALDING

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NATURAL FERTILITY IN WHOOPING CRANES AND MISSISSIPPI SANDHILL CRANES AT PATUXENT WILDLIFE RESEARCH CENTER, JANE M. NICOLICH, GEORGE F. GEE, DAVID H. ELLIS, and SCOTT G. HEREFORD

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HEMATOLOGICAL AND SERUM CHEMISTRY NORMS FOR SANDHILL AND WHOOPING CRANES, GLENN H. OLSEN, MELINA M. HENDRICKS, and LINDSAY E. DRESSLER

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INGESTED METAL IN WHOOPING CRANES: AN ENDOSCOPIC TECHNIQUE FOR REMOVAL AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE RELEASE PROGRAM, GLENN H. OLSEN and MICHAEL WISE

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POPULATION GENETICS OF MIDCONTINENT SANDHILL CRANES, Jessica L. Petersen, RICHARD BISCHOF, and ALLEN L. SZALANSKI

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MULTIPLE SPATIAL SCALE ANALYSIS OF WHOOPING CRANE HABITAT IN NEBRASKA, AMY L. RICHERT and KEVIN E. CHURCH

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THE USE OF RADIO TRANSMITTERS TO MONITOR SURVIVAL OF SANDHILL CRANE CHICKS, MARILYN G. SPALDING, STEPHEN A. NESBITT, STEPHEN T. SCHWIKERT, and ROBERT J. DUSEK

1997

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE SEVENTH NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKSHOP

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RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKING GROUP

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SPRING POPULATION ESTIMATES OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN GREATER SANDHILL CRANES IN COLORADO, Douglas S. Benning, Roderick C. Drewien, Douglas H. Johnson, Wendy M. Brown, and Erwin L. Boeker

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FOOD AND ENERGY INTAKE RATES OF WINTERING WHOOPING CRANES FORAGING ON TWO SELECTED FOOD ITEMS, Felipe Chavez-Ramirez, Jay T. Nelson, and R. Douglas Slack

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SEMEN COLLECTION AND FERTILITY IN NATURALLY FERTILE SANDHILL CRANES, Guojun Chen, George F. Gee, Jane M. Nicolich, and Joanna A. Taylor

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USE OF ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT FOR INTRODUCING MIGRATORY CRANE POPULATIONS, Kent R. Clegg, James C. Lewis, and David H. Ellis

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WOODY VEGETATION EXPANSION AND CONTINUING DECLINES IN OPEN CHANNEL HABITAT ON THE PLATTE RIVER IN NEBRASKA, Paul J. Currier

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SURVIVAL AND HABITAT USE OF GREATER SANDHILL CRANE COLTS ON MODOC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, CALIFORNIA, Kevin J. Desroberts

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USE OF CROSS-FOSTERED WHOOPING CRANES AS GUIDE BIRDS, Roderick C. Drewien, Wendy L. Munroe, Kent R. Clegg, and Wendy M. Brown

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HOME RANGE AND HABITAT USE BY ISOLATION-REARED SANDHILL CRANES, Wenrui Duan, Theodore A. Bookhouts, and Richard P. Urbanek

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RESULTS OF AN EXPERIMENT TO LEAD CRANES ON MIGRATION BEHIND MOTORIZED GROUND VEHICLES, David H. Ellis, Brian Clauss, Tsuyoshi Watanabe, R. Curt Mykut, Matthew Kinloch, and Catherine H. Ellis

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USE OF DREDGED MATERIAL TO CONSTRUCT WINTER WHOOPING CRANE HABITAT, Darrell E. Evans and Thomas V. Stehn

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MICROSATELLITE DNA LOCI FOR GENETIC STUDIES OF CRANES, Travis C. Glenn, Ryan S. Ojerio, Wolfgang Stephan, and Michael J. Braun

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IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL REINTRODUCTION SITES FOR WHOOPING CRANES IN THE PRAIRIE PROVINCES OF CANADA, Dale G. Hjertaas, Brian W. Johns, and Wendy J. Lyon

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RESULTS OF EIGHT YEARS OF PREDATOR CONTROL TO ENHANCE SANDHILL CRANE PRODUCTION ON MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, OREGON, Gary L. Ivey

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MORTALITY OF RADIO-EQUIPPED SANDHILL CRANE COLTS AT MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, OREGON, Gary L. Ivey and Eric J. Scheuering

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HABITAT USE BY MIGRANT WHOOPING CRANES IN SASKATCHEWAN, Brian W. Johns, Eric J. Woodsworth, and Ed A. Driver

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MODELING THE POPULATION DYNAMICS OF GULF COAST SANDHILL CRANES, Douglas H. Johnson and William L. Kendall

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SUBSPECIES COMPOSITION OF SANDHILL CRANE HARVEST IN NORTH DAKOTA, 1968-94, William L. Kendall, Douglas H. Johnson, and Stanley C. Kohn

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LONG BONE FRACTURE MANAGEMENT IN A SANDHILL CRANE: A CASE REPORT, Patrice N. Klein and Dorothy Thompson

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A REINTRODUCTION TECHNIQUE FOR MIGRATORY BIRDS: LEADING CANADA GEESE AND ISOLATION-REARED SANDHILL CRANES WITH ULTRALIGHT AIRCRAFT, William A. Lishman, Tighe L. Teets, Joseph W. Duff, William J. L. Sladen, Galvin G. Shire, Kirk M. Goolsby, Wayne A. Bezner Kerr, and Richard P. Urbanek

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NESTING SUCCESS AND PRODUCTION OF GREATER SANDHILL CRANES DURING EXPERIMENTAL PREDATOR CONTROL AT MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, OREGON,1982-83, Carroll D. Littlefield and John E. Cornely

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COMPUTER SIMULATIONS OF POSSIBLE FUTURES FOR TWO FLOCKS OF WHOOPING CRANES, Claire M. Mirande, John R. Cannon, Kimberly Agzigian, Rozanne E. Bogart, Sarah Christiansen, Jason Dubow, A. Katya Fernandez, Dustin K. Howarth, Claudia Jones, Katherine G. Munson, Sonal I. Pandya, Gina Sedaghatkish, Kevin L. Skerl, Susan A. Stenquist, and Jennifer Wheeler

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THE EFFECT OF DISTURBANCE ON THE REPRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT OF CAPTIVE CRANES, Claire M. Mirande, James W. Carpenter, and Ann M. Burke

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SANDHILL CRANE USE OF THE MID-PECOS VALLEY OF EASTERN NEW MEXICO, James B. Montgomery Jr.

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VOCALIZATIONS OF SANDHILL CRANES, Stephen A. Nesbitt and Richard A. Bradley

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AN EXPERIMENTAL RELEASE OF WHOOPING CRANES IN FLORIDA - THE FIRST THREE YEARS, Stephen A. Nesbitt, Martin J. Folk, Marilyn G. Spalding, James A. Schmidt, Stephen T. Schwikert, Jane M. Nicolich, Marianne Wellington, James C. Lewis, and Tom H. Logan

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MONOGAMY AND PRODUCTIVITY IN SANDHILL CRANES, Stephen A. Nesbitt and Thomas C. Tacha

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CAUSES OF MISSISSIPPI SANDHILL CRANE MORTALITY IN CAPTIVITY, 1984-95, Glenn H. Olsen and George F. Gee

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WHOOPING CRANE MORTALITY AT PATUXENT WILDLIFE RESEARCH CENTER, 1982-95, Glenn H. Olsen, Joanna A. Taylor, and George F. Gee

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HARTS BASIN, COLORADO: A SPRING MIGRATION STOPOVER AREA FOR ROCKY MOUNTAIN SANDHILL CRANES AND WHOOPING CRANES, Melvin K. Peterson and Roderick C. Drewien

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SANDHILL CRANE HUNTS IN THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY AND SOUTHWEST NEW MEXICO, C. Gregory Schmitt and Barry Hale

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SUMMARY OF SANDHILL CRANE HUNTING SEASONS IN NORTH DAKOTA, 1968-94, David E. Sharp and John E. Cornely

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AVIAN TUBERCULOSIS IN A WHOOPING CRANE: TREATMENT AND OUTCOME, S. Bret Snyder, Michael J. Richard, and Carol U. Meteyer

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METAL CONSUMPTION BY WHOOPING CRANES AND POSSIBLE ZINC TOXICOSIS, Marilyn G. Spalding, Stephen A. Nesbitt, Martin J. Folk, Lee R. McDowell, and Maria S. Sepulveda

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AVAILABILITY OF STOPOVER HABITAT FOR MIGRANT WHOOPING CRANES IN NEBRASKA, Dale W. Stahlecker

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CORRIGENDUM Crane migration in northern New Mexico, Dale W. Stahlecker

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PAIR FORMATION BY COLOR-MARKED WHOOPING CRANES ON THE WINTERING GROUNDS, Thomas V. Stehn

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RECENT ADVANCES IN SCHEDULING STRATEGIES AND PRACTICAL TECHNIQUES IN CRANE ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION, Scott R. Swengel and Monica L. Tuite

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HISTORY OF BREEDING PAIRS AND NESTING SITES OF THE MISSISSIPPI SANDHILL CRANE, Jacob M. Valentine Jr. and Scott G. Hereford

1992

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PROCEEDINGS 1988 NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKSHOP

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKSHOP

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RESOLUTIONS PASSED BY THE NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKING GROUP SIXTH NORTH AMERICAN CRANE WORKSHOP, REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA

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RELEASING PUPPET-REARED SANDHILL CRANES INTO THE WILD: A PROGRESS REPORT, Kyoko Archibald and George Archibald

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A MICROCOMPUTER DATA BASE FOR MANAGING WHOOPING CRANE OBSERVATION RECORDS, Duane A. Asherin, David B. Hamilton, Wendy M. Brown, and Roderick C. Drewien

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SANDHILL CRANE MORTALITY RESULTING FROM NECKBANDS, Alan Bennett

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HABITAT USE BY FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANES IN THE OKEFENOKEE SWAMP, GEORGIA, Alan J. Bennett

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TERRITORIAL BEHAVIOR OF FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANES IN THE OKEFENOKEE SWAMP, Laurel A. Bennett and Alan J. Bennett

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HABITAT USE BY FLORIDA SANDHILL CRANES ON THE KISSIMMEE PRAIRIE IN CENTRAL FLORIDA, Mary Anne Bishop

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LAND USE STATUS AND TRENDS OF POTENTIAL WHOOPING CRANE RELEASE SITES IN CENTRAL FLORIDA, Mary Anne Bishop

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MARKING POWER LINES TO REDUCE AVIAN COLLISION MORTALITY IN THE SAN LUIS VALLEY, COLORADO, Wendy M. Brown and Roderick C. Drewien

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INDIVIDUAL IDENTIFICATION AND SEX DETERMINATION OF WHOOPING CRANES BY ANALYSIS OF VOCALIZATIONS, Glenn Carlson

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PREVENTION OF EASTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS VIRUS IN CAPTIVE CRANES, James W. Carpenter, Douglas M. Watts, C. L. Crabbs, Gary G. Clark, Thomas W. Scott, Douglas Docherty, Benedict B. Pagac, Jeannine M. Dorothy, James G. Olson, and F. Joshua Dein

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THE ECOLOGY OF NATIVE GRASSLAND MACROINVERTEBRATES AND FEEDING ECOLOGY OF SANDHILL CRANES, Craig A. Davis and Paul A. Vohs

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STATUS, PRODUCTION AND MIGRATION OF GREATER SANDHILL CRANES ON AGASSIZ NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, MINNESOTA, Jon J. Dimatteo

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SANDHILL CRANE SURVEYS IN THE NORTHERN INTERIOR HIGHLANDS OF MEXICO, Roderick C. Drewien, Wendy M. Brown, and Elwood G. Bizeau

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CAPTURING WHOOPING CRANES AND SANDHILL CRANES BY NIGHT-LIGHTING, Roderick C. Drewien and Kent R. Clegg

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BLACK-NECKED CRANES NESTING IN TIBET AUTONOMOUS REGION, CHINA, Nancy C. Dwyer, Mary Anne Bishop, Jim S. Harkness, and Zhang Yao Zhong

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REDUCI CONFLICTS BETWEEN SNOW GOOSE HUNTERS AND WHOOPING CRANES AT BOSQUE DEL APACHE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Robert H. Edens

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POPULATION RECOVERY OF THE WHOOPING CRANE WITH EMPHASIS ON REINTRODUCTION EFFORTS: PAST AND FUTURE, David H. Ellis, James C. Lewis, George F. Gee, and Dwight G. Smith

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SATELLITE TELEMETRY REVEALS WINTER HOME OF EURASIAN CRANE FROM NORTHWESTERN SIBERIA, David H. Ellis, Yuri M. Markin, Charles H. Vermillion, Charles M. Hoisington, Alexander G. Sorokin, and Grey W. Pendleton

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TECHNIQUES FOR REARING AND RELEASING NONMIGRATORY CRANES: LESSONS FROM THE MISSISSIPPI SANDHILL CRANE PROGRAM, David H. Ellis, Glenn H. Olsen, George F. Gee, Jane M. Nicolich, Kathleen E. O'Malley, Meenakshi Nagendran, Scott G. Hereford, Peter Range, W. Thomas Harper, Richard P. Ingram, and Dwight G. Smith

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PROGRESS IN SATELLITE TRACKING CRANES, David H. Ellis, Dwight G. Smith, Glenn H. Olsen, Mark R. Fuller, Steven E. Landfried, Hiroyoshi Higuchi, and Charles H. Vermillion

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FACTORS INFLUENCING THE FUTURE OF WHOOPING CRANE HABITAT ON THE PLATTE RIVER IN NEBRASKA, Craig A. Faanes

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UNOBSTRUCTED VISIBILITY AT WHOOPING CRANE ROOST SITES ON THE PLATTE RIVER, NEBRASKA, Craig A. Faanes

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RELATIONSHIP OF CHANNEL MAINTENANCE FLOWS TO WHOOPING CRANE USE OF THE PLATTE RIVER, Craig A. Faanes and David B. Bowman

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CRANES AND POWER LINES: AN ANALYSIS OF THE ISSUE, Craig A. Faanes and Douglas H. Johnson

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CHARACTERISTICS OF WHOOPING CRANE ROOST SITES IN THE PLATTE RIVER, Craig A. Faanes, Douglas H. Johnson, and Gary R. Lingle

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CONTAMINANT RESIDUES IN SANDHILL CRANES KILLED UPON STRIKING POWERLINES IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA, Timothy E. Fannin

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DISTRIBUTION OF SANDHILL CRANES IN THE NORTH PLATTE RIVER VALLEY: 1980 AND 1989, Martin J. Folk and Thomas C. Tacha

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EFFECTS OF EXTENDED ON SANDHILL CRANE REPRODUCTION, George F. Gee and Grey W. Pendleton

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WHOOPING CRANES IN SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA: HISTORY AND HUMAN ATTITUDES, Gay M. Gomez

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KARYOTY,PE AND IDENTIFICATION OF SEX IN TWO ENDANGERED CRANE SPECIES, Carll Goodpasture, Gustavo Seluja, and George Gee

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THE PLIGHT OF CRANES: A CASE STUDY FOR CONSERVING BIODIVERSITY, J. Christopher Haney and Mark E. Eiswerth

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MANAGING NATURE RESERVES FOR CRANES IN CHINA, James Harris

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CRANE PROPAGATION AT MIAMI METROZOO, 1983-1987, Carol G. Hesch

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RELEASE OF SANDHILL CRANE CHICKS HAND- REARED WITH ARTIFICIAL STIMULI, Robert H. Horwich, John Wood, and Ray Anderson

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IDENTIFICATION OF SEGREGATING HAPLOTYPES OF THE MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX IN CRANES, Susan I. Jarvi, George F. Gee, W. Elwood Briles, and Marcia M. Miller

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PRELIMINARY IDENTIFICATION OF WHOOPING CRANE STAGING AREAS IN PRAIRIE CANADA, Brian W. Johns

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OBSERVATIONS OF TWO WHOOPING CRANES WINTERING IN BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, Michael L. Lange

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WHOOPING CRANES AT THE SAN ANTONIO ZOO, Jacqueline A. Lauver

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THE CONTINGENCY PLAN FOR FEDERAL-STATE COOPERATIVE PROTECTION OF WHOOPING CRANES, James C. Lewis

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INTRODUCTION OF WHOOPING CRANES IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA, James C. Lewis and F. Graham Cooch

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CONTAMINANTS IN HABITAT, TISSUES, AND EGGS OF WHOOPING CRANES, James C. Lewis, Roderick C. Drewien, Ernie Kuyt, and Charles Sanchez Jr.

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MORTALITY IN FLEDGED WHOOPING CRANES OF THE ARANSAS/WOOD BUFFALO POPULATION, James C. Lewis, Ernie Kuyt, Kenneth E. Schwindt, and Thomas V. Stehn

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WHOOPING CRANE RESPONSE TO DISTURBANCES AT THE ARANSAS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Thomas E. Lewis and R. Douglas Slack

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HISTORY AND ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CRANE-WATCHING IN CENTRAL NEBRASKA, Gary R. Lingle

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AUTUMN SANDHILL CRANE MIGRATION IN SOUTHEASTERN OREGON, Carroll D. Littlefield

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SURVIVAL OF JUVENILE GREATER SANDHILL CRANES AT MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, OREGON, Carroll D. Littlefield and Susan M. Lindstedt

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SOCIAL PREFERENCE OF FOUR CROSS-FOSTER REARED SANDHILL CRANES, Thomas A. Mahan and Brenda S. Simmers

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DISTRIBUTION OF COLOR-MARKED GREATER SANDHILL CRANES BANDED IN UTAH, Spyros S. Manes, Roderick C. Drewien, Joel D. Huener, Thomas W. Aldrich, and Wendy M. Brown

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SANDHILL CRANE HABITAT USE IN NORTHEASTERN UTAH AND SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING, Donald E. McIvor and Michael R. Conover

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AN EVALUATION OF THREE AREAS FOR POTENTIAL POPULATONS OF WHOOPING CRANES, Janet L. McMillen, Stephen A. Nesbitt, Mary A. Bishop, Alan J. Bennett, and Laurel A. Bennett