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Proceedings 1985 Crane Workshop

Lewis JC, ed. 1987. Proceedings 1985 Crane Workshop, Mar. 26-28, 1985, Grand Island, Nebraska: Platte River Whooping Crane Maintenance Trust and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

This proceedings is posted here with the permission of the North American Crane Working Group (NACWG)

PDF FILES:
Prefatory Pages and Table of Contents
Pages 1-68
Pages 69-144
Pages 145-200
Pages 201-244
Pages 245-314
Pages 315-354
Pages 355-415


Articles in proceedings listed by author:

Archibald, George W., and Scott R. Swengel. Comparative ecology and behavior of eastern sarus cranes and brolgas in Australia. 107-116.

Asherin, Duane A., Roderick C. Drewien. Computerized management and display of whooping crane observation data. 276-282.

Benning, Douglas S., and Johnson, H. Benning. Recent improvements to sandhill crane surveys in Nebraska’s Central Platte Valley. 10-16.

Bishop, Mary A., and Michael W. Collopy. Productivity of Florida sandhill cranes on three sites in central Florida. 257-263.

Bishop, Mary A., Howard E. Hunt, and R. Douglas Slack. Activity patterns of whooping cranes wintering on the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, Texas. 167-171.

Bizeau, Elwood G., Thomas V. Schumacher, Roderick C. Drewien, and Wendy M. Brown. An experimental release of captive-reared greater sandhill cranes. 78-88.

Boyce, Mark S. Time-series analysis and forecasting of the Aransas/Wood Buffalo whooping crane population. 1-9.

Brown, Wendy M., Roderick C. Drewien, and Elwood G. Bizeau. Mortality of cranes and waterfowl from power line collisions in the San Luis Valley, Colorado. 128-136.

Carpenter, James W., Joshua F. Dein, and Gary G. Clark. An outbreak of eastern equine encephalitis virus in captive whooping cranes. 123-127.

Currier Paul J., and Jerry W. Ziewitz. Application of a sandhill crane model to the management of habitat along the Platte River. 315-325.

Derrickson, Scott R. Captive propagation of whooping cranes, 1982-1984. 377-386.

Dewhurst, Donna A., and Phillip J. Zwank. Sandhill migration in the mid-south—its possible significance to Mississippi sandhill cranes. 289-302.

Drewien, Roderick C., Wendy M. Brown, and John D. Varley. The greater sandhill crane in Yellowstone National Park: a preliminary survey. 27-38.

Drewien, Roderick C., William H. Mullins, and Elwood G. Bizeau. Winter and spring distribution of greater sandhill cranes from south central Idaho. 89-92.

Fjetland, Conrad A. Comments on whooping crane recovery activities. 312-314.

Haley, Donald E. Drinking sites and requirements of wintering sandhill cranes. 172-179.

Harris, James T. and Archibald, George W. Workshop resolutions submitted to persons or agencies. 412-415.

Harris, James, and Jeff Knoop. The Wisconsin sandhill crane count: a public participation project. 17-26.

Hartman, Lisa, Steve Duncan, and George Archibald. The hatching process in cranes with recommendations for assisting abnormal chicks. 387-397.

Hesch, Carol G. Importance of pen size in raising crane chicks. 406-411.

Howard, Richard P., Barry L. Keller, Fred L. Rose, John Connely, J.R., and Jerry Hupp. Impacts of the Tincup Loop Transmission line on cranes in Caribou County, Idaho. 142-144.

Howe, Marshall A., Habitat use by migrating whooping cranes in the Aransas- Wood Buffalo corridor. 303-311.

Hunt, Howard E. and R. Douglas Slack. Winter foods of the whooping crane based on stomach content analyses. 217-218.

Hunt, Howard E. Thomas V.Stehn, and Douglas R. Slack. Whooping crane mortality during the winter of 1982-83. 219-220.

Kauffeld, Jon D. An avian cholera epizootic among sandhill cranes in Colorado. 145-148.

Konrad, Paul M. Expended sandhill crane hunting in the Dakotas and Oklahoma threatens endangered whooping cranes. 69-77.

Krapu, Gary L., Brooks Gehring, Douglas E. Facey, Mavis I. Meyer. A resource inventory of sandhill crane staging areas in Nebraska. 364-370.

Kuyt, Ernie, and Paul J. Goossen. Survival, age composition, sex ratio, and age at first breeding of whooping cranes in Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada. 230-244.

Lingle, Gary R. Status of whooping crane migration habitat within the great plains of North America. 331-340.

Littlefield, Carroll D., and Steven P. Thompson. Greater sandhill cranes and common ravens on Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon: their history and relationship. 156-166.

Lockman, David C., Leonard Serduik, and Rod Drewien. An experimental greater sandhill crane and Canada goose hunt in Wyoming. 47-57.

Logan, Todd J., and George Chandler. A walk-in trap for sandhill cranes. 221-223.

Logan, Tom H. and Stephan A. Nesbitt. Status of sandhill and whooping crane studies in Florida. 213-216.

Mickelson, P.G. Management of lesser sandhill cranes staging in Alaska. 264-275.

Miller, Harvey W. Hunting in the management of mid-continent sandhill cranes. 39-46.

Mitchell, Loyd C., and Phillip J. Zwank. Spring habitat use by pen-reared Mississippi sandhill canes released on a national refuge. 355-363.

Nesbitt, Stephen A. A technique for aging sandhill cranes using wing molt – preliminary findings. 224-229.

Nesbitt, Stephen A., and Anne Shapiro Wenner. Pair formation and mate fidelity in sandhill cranes. 117-122.

Panchenko, V.G., and V.E. Flint. Five-year report (1979-1984) of the Crane Center at Oka Nature Preserve USSR. 371-376.

Russman, Shirley E. Timing inseminations to maximize fertility in cranes. 398-405.

Smith, Emlyn B., and Jacob M. Valentine. Habitat changes within the Mississippi sandhill crane range in Jackson County, Mississippi (1942-1984). 341-354.

Snyder, Bret S., Micheal J. Richard, Roderick C. Drewien, and James C. Lewis. Pasteurella multocida infection in a whooping crane associated with an avian cholera outbreak. 149-155.

Stehn, Thomas V., and Frank E. Johnson. Distribution of winter territories of whooping cranes on the Texas coast. 180-195.

Stern, Mark A., Geoffrey J. Pampush, and Richard E. Del Carlo. Nesting ecology and productivity of greater sandhill cranes at Sycon Marsh, Oregon. 249-256.

Strom, Kenneth J. Lillian Annette Rowe Sanctuary managing migratory crane habitat on the Platte River, Nebraska. 326-330.

Tacha, Thomas C., Paul A Vohs, George C. Iverson, and John A Bantle. Reproductive physiology of sandhill cranes during winter and spring. 245-248.

Thomas C. Tacha. Foraging and maintenance behaviors of sandhill cranes. 93-106.

Thompson, Bruce C., and Ronnie R. George. Minimizing conflicts between migratory game bird hunters and whooping cranes in Texas. 58-68.

Walker, David L. and Sanford D. Schemnitz. Food habits of sandhill cranes in relation to agriculture in central and southwestern Mexico. 201-212.

Ward, John P. and Stanley H. Anderson. Roost site use versus preference by two migrating whooping cranes. 283-288.

Wenner, Anne S. and Stephen A. Nesbitt. Wintering of greater sandhill cranes in Florida. 196-200.

Windingstad, Ronald M., Ronnie R. George, and Rodney F. Krey. Sandhill crane mortality at Cedar Lake, Texas an overview. 137-141.