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Proceedings of the Eleventh North American Crane Workshop

Proceedings of the Eleventh North American Crane WorkshopHartup, BK, ed. 2010. Proceedings of the Eleventh North American Crane Workshop, Sep 23-27, 2008. Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin: North American Crane Working Group.

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Articles in proceedings listed by author:

Aborn, D.A. Behavior and habitat use of greater sandhill cranes wintering in east Tennessee. 9-14.

Aborn, D.A. Possible competition between waterfowl and sandhill cranes at Hiwassee Wildlife Refuge, Tennessee. 15-21.

Andryushchenko, Y. Demoiselle cranes on agricultural lands in the Ukraine. 194.

Araya, A.C., K.L. Kruse, and K.D. Warner. Summary of sandhill crane sport harvest in Canada 1975-2006. 22-30.

Barcelo, I., E.G. Lopez, and F. Chavez-Ramirez. Preliminary wintering counts and new locations of sandhill cranes in Mexico. 195.

Barcelo, I., J.R. Lopez, and F. Chavez-Ramirez. Rural inhabitant perceptions of sandhill cranes in northern Mexico wintering areas. 196.

Barrett, C., and T.V. Stehn. A retrospective of whooping cranes in captivity. 166-179.

Billodeaux, L., S. Hereford, and S. Gray. The response of nesting Mississippi sandhill cranes to growing season prescribed fires. 195.

Butler, R. Mammalian nest predation in Mississippi sandhill cranes. 197.

Bysykatova, I., S. Sleptsov, and N. Vasiliev. Current status of lesser sandhill canes in Yakutia. 198.

Converse, S.J., and R.P. Urbanek. Demography of whooping cranes in the eastern migratory population. 198.

Converse, S.J., J.N. Chandler, G.H. Olsen, and C.C. Shafer. Evaluating propagation method performance over time with bayesian updating: an application to incubator testing. 110-117.

Dellinger, T.A., and M.J. Folk. Video surveillance of nesting whooping cranes. 199.

Drewien, R.C., W.M. Brown, and K.R. Clegg. Longevity records of Rocky Mountain greater sandhill cranes banded during 1969-1987 in Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Wyoming. 199.

F. Chavez-Ramirez. Sandhill crane staging and whooping crane migratory stopover dynamics in response to river management activities on the central Platte River, Nebraska, USA. 197.

Folk, M.J., J.A. Rodgers Jr., T.A. Dellinger, S.A. Nesbitt, J.M. Parker, M.G. Spalding, S.B. Baynes, M.K. Chappell, and S.T. Schwikert. Status of non-migratory whooping cranes in Florida. 118-123.

Fondow, L.E., and S.A. Temple. Habitat selection of eastern migratory whooping cranes on their wintering grounds. 200.

Garland, J., and K. Klink. ICF conservation education: bridging crane conservation and the international education community. 200.

Gavney Morre, S., J. Garland, Z. Juan, and M. Vladimirtseva. Three white cranes, two flyways, one world. 210.

Gil, K., F. Chavez-Ramirez, B.W. Johns, T.V. Stehn, and R. Silva. An individual whooping crane’s family history. 201.

Gil, K., W. Grant, R.D. Slack, and E. Weir. Impacts of global and regional climate on whooping crane demography: trends and extreme events. 202.

Goroshko, O.A. Methods to reduce crop depredation by cranes in Siberia (Trans-Baikal region).  203.

Hartman, S., B. Reichenberg, J. Fanke, A.E. Lacy, and B.K. Hartup. Endoparasites of greater sandhill cranes in south-central Wisconsin. 186-188.

Hartup, B.K., J.N. Niemuth, B. Fitzpatrick, M. Fox, and C. Kelley. Morbidity and mortality of captive whooping cranes at the International Crane Foundation 1976-2008. 183-185.

Hartup, B.K., M.G. Spalding, N.C. Thomas, G.A. Cole, and Y. Jun Kim. Thirty years of mortality assessment in whooping crane reintroductions: patterns and implications. 204.

Henkel, J.R. Pedigree analyses of the Mississippi sandhill crane. 66-71.

Hereford, S.G., and L.E. Billodeaux. Mississippi sandhill crane conservation update 2006-2008.

Hereford, S.G., T.E. Grazia, J.N. Phillips, and G.H. Olsen. Home range size and habitat use of Mississippi sandhill crane colts. 205.

Howlin, S., C. Derby, and D. Strickland. Whooping crane migrational habitat use of the Platte River, Nebraska, 2001-2006. 206.

Ivey, G.L., J.D. Engler, M.J. St.Louis, M.A. Stern, and S.Cross. Winter distribution of greater sandhill cranes marked at breeding areas in California, Oregon, and Washington. 206.

J. Maurer, B. Reichenberg, C. Kelley, and B.K. Hartup. The effects of anticoagulant choice and sampling processing time on hematologic values of juvenile whooping cranes. 105-109.

Johns, B.W. Aerial survey techniques for breeding whooping cranes. 83-88.

Johnson, D.H., J.W. Solberg, and C.L. Amundson. Countability of sandhill cranes in aerial surveys. 89-97.

King, S.L., A.R. Pierce, K.R. Hersey, and N. Winstead. Migration patterns and movements of sandhill cranes wintering in central and southwestern Louisiana. 57-61.

Krapu, G.L., and D.A. Brandt. Population status and geographic distribution of greater sandhill cranes in the mid-continent population. 72-82.

Lacy, A.E., and J.A. Barzen. Evaluating chemical deterrence at two spatial scales: the effectiveness of chemical deterrence for sandhill cranes in cornfields. 207.

Letoutchaia, J.N., K. Maguire, and B.K. Hartup. Causes of embryonic death in captive whooping cranes. 192.

Littlefield, C.D. Sandhill crane migration chronology and behavior in northwestern Texas. 62-65.

Liying, S., A.E. Lacy, and J.A. Barzen. Influence of landscape features of wetlands on nesting patterns of sandhill cranes in central Wisconsin. 207.

Lopez-Saut, E.G., R. Rodriguez Estrella, and F. Chavez-Ramirez. Study of environmental variables and connectivity of northern Mexico for cranes: conservation implications. 208.

Maguire, K.J., and S.A. Temple. Mechanisms of habitat selection of reintroduced whooping cranes on their breeding range. 209.

Melvin, S.M. First breeding records and historical status of sandhill cranes in New England. 209.

Miller, J.L.,  M.G. Spalding, and M.J. Folk. Leg problems and power line interactions in the Florida resident flock of whooping cranes. 156-165.

Ness, K.H., and A.E. Lacy. Assessing sandhill crane flight alterations to power lines in south-central Wisconsin. 217.

Olson, G.H. Whooping crane titers in response to eastern equine encephalitis immunization. 180-182.

Olson, G.H., and J.B. French. Behavior comparisons of two rearing protocols for whooping cranes raised by costumed caregivers and trained for an ultralight-led migration. 211.

Pahlawanian, A.M., M.L. Savoie, V. Peery, B.L. Dresser, and S.P. Leibo. Mississippi sandhill crane chicks produced from cryopreserved semen. 212.

Pearse, A.T., G.L. Krapu, and D.A. Brandt. Effects of changes in agriculture and abundance of snow geese on carrying capacity of sandhill cranes during spring. 213.

Perkins, T.L., and L.H. Fredrickson. Wintering sandhill crane distribution and habitat use patterns at Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico. 213.

Roessingh, K., and B. Penn. Sandhill cranes of coastal British Columbia: Results of helicopter surveys and preliminary observations of habitat use. 1-8.

Sharp, D.E., H.M. Hands, J.A. Dubovsky, and J.E. Cornely. Summary of sandhill crane hunting seasons in Kansas 1993-2007. 31-39.

Sim, R.R., and B.K. Hartup. A retrospective serological survey for infectious bursal disease virus in free-ranging sandhill cranes in south-central Wisconsin. 193.

Spalding, M.G., and L.M. Stark. Eastern equine encephalitis in Florida whooping cranes. 214.

Spalding, M.G., M.J. Folk, and S.A. Nesbitt. Examination of opportunistically collected eggs laid by whooping cranes in Florida. 214.

Spalding, M.G., M.J. Folk, S.A. Nesbitt, and R. Kiltie. Reproductive health and performance of the Florida flock of introduced whooping cranes. 142-155.

Spalding, M.G., S. Terrell, and W.B. Brooks. Pathology associated with lightning strike and drowning mortality of whooping cranes in Florida. 215.

Stehn, T.V., and F. Prieto. Changes in winter whooping crane territories and range 1950-2006.40-56.

Tacha, M., A. Bishop, and J. Brei. Development of the whooping crane tracking project geographic information system. 98-104.

Urbanek, R.P., L.E. Fondow,and S.E. Zimorski.  Survival, reproduction, and movements of migratory whooping cranes during the first seven years of reintroduction. 124-132.

Urbanek, R.P., S.E. Zimorski, A.M. Fasoli, and E.K. Szyszkoski. Nest desertion in a reintroduced population of migratory whooping cranes. 133-141.

Wellington, M.M., and R.P. Urbanek. The direct autumn release of whooping cranes into the eastern migratory population: a summary of the first three years. 215.

Zimorski, S.E., and R.P. Urbanek. The role of retrieval and translocation in a reintroduced population of migratory whooping cranes. 216.