Lewis JC, ed. 1976. Proceedings of the International Crane Workshop, Sep 3-6, 1975. Stillwater, Oklahoma: Oklahoma State University.
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Articles in proceedings listed by author:
Archibald, G.W. Crane taxonomy as revealed by the unison call. 225-251.
Archibald, G.W., J. Baldwin, and P. Konrad. Is sandhill hunting a threat to whooping cranes?. 207-222.
Baldwin, J.H. A study of the thermoregulatory capacities of four subspecies of sandhill crane nestlings. 291-295.
Blankinship, D.R. Studies of whooping cranes on the wintering grounds. 197-206.
Bliese, J.C. Some diurnal characteristics of sandhill crane flocks in southcentral Nebraska. 157-165.
Boise, C. Breeding biology of the lesser sandhill crane- a preliminary report. 126-129.
Buller, R.J. Recent studies of age ratios of sandhill cranes in the Central Flyway. 78-85.
Carpenter, J.W., L.N. Locke, and J.C. Miller. Mortality in captive sandhill cranes at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, 1966-1975. 268-283.
Drewien, R.C. R.J. Oakleaf, and W.H. Mullins. The sandhill crane in Nevada. 130-138.
Erickson, R.C. Whooping crane studies the Patuxent wildlife research center. 166-176.
Forrester, D.J., F.H. White, and C.F. Simpson. Parasites and diseases of sandhill cranes in Florida. 284-290.
Frith, C.R. Crane habitat of the Platte River. 151-156.
Guthery, F.S. Foods and feeding habitat of sandhill cranes in southern Texas. 117-125.
Hoffman, R. H. Field usage by sandhill cranes in southern Michigan. 35-43.
Hunt, R.A., and E.A. Gluesing. The sandhill crane in Wisconsin. 19-34.
Johnson, D.H. The status of the sandhill crane in North Dakota. 69-77.
Johnson, J. Distribution of sandhill cranes in Minnesota. 59-68.
Kepler, C.B. Dominance and dominance-related behavior in the whooping crane. 177-196.
Koga, T. Increasing captive production of Japanese and white-naped cranes. 351-355.
Konrad, P.M. Potential for the reintroduction of cranes into areas of former habitation. 317-325.
Leonard, R.M. Economic and recreational impacts on the organized hunt for sandhill cranes. 105-116.
Lewis, J.C. Roost habitat and roosting behavior of sandhill cranes in the southern Central Flyway. 93-104.
Littlefield C.D. Productivity of greater sandhill cranes on Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Oregon. 86-92.
Logan, T.H., R.D. Klataske, and R.J. Wicht. Preliminary report on the National Audubon Society’s management efforts in the Platte River Valley of Nebraska. 144-150.
Munro, R.E., and J.C. Lewis. Nighttime tests of remote sensors for census of sandhill cranes. 304-308.
Nesbitt, S.A. Capturing sandhill crane with oral tranquilizers. 296-298.
Nesbitt, S.A. Use of radio telemetry techniques on Florida sandhill cranes.299-303.
Quale, T.R. Interchick aggression in sandhill cranes. 263-267.
Rasch, E.M., and P.J. Kurtin. Sex identification of sandhill cranes by karyotype analysis. 309-316.
Sauey, R.T. The behavior of siberian cranes wintering in India. 326-342.
Scott, L. The Whooping Crane Conservation Association. 223-224.
Shroufe, D.L. Seasonal migrations of the greater sandhill crane through northwestern Indiana. 51-58.
Taylor, W.E. Sandhill crane habitat management on the Hiawatha National Forest. 44-50.
Valentine Jr., J.M., and R.E. Noble. The Mississippi sandhill crane- endangered or doomed. 343-346.
Voss, K.S. Ontogeny of behavior of the greater sandhill crane. 252-262.
Walkinshaw, L.H. Sandhill crane on and near the Kissimmee Prairie, Fl. 1-18.
Wallenstrom, R.L. The history and present status of the Mid-State Project. 139-140.
Wallenstrom, R.L. The Platte River National Wildlife Refuge. 141-143.
West, O. Notes on the distribution and status of the southern population of wattled crane in Africa. 347-349
Wolfgang M. The status of the European crane in the German Democratic Republic. 350-351.