|Stahlecker DW, ed. 1992. Proceedings of the Sixth North American Crane Workshop, Oct. 3-5, 1991, Regina, Sask. Grand Island, Neb.: North American Crane Working Group.
Co-sponsored by the Canadian Wildlife Service, Saskatchewan Parks and Renewable Resources Department, and the Whooping Crane Conservation Association, Canadian Council.
This proceedings is posted here with the permission of the North American Crane Working Group (NACWG)
Prefatory Pages and Table of Contents
Articles in proceedings listed by author:
- Bishop, Mary Anne. “Habitat Use by Florida Sandhill Cranes on the Kissimmee Prairie in Central Florida.”, 175.
- Brown, Wendy M., and Roderick C. Drewien. “Marking Power Lines to Reduce Avian Collision Mortality in the San Luis Valley, Colorado.”, 177.
- Carlson, Glenn. “Individual Identification and Sex Determination of Whooping Cranes by Analysis of Vocalizations.”, 176.
- Davis, Craig A., and Paul A. Vohs. “The Ecology of Native Grassland Macroinvertebrates and Feeding Ecology of Sandhill Cranes.”, 175.
- Drewien, Roderick C., Wendy M. Brown, and Elwood G. Bizeau. “Sandhill Crane Surveys in the Northern Interior Highlands of Mexico.”, 174.
- Drewien, Roderick C., and Kent R. Clegg. “Capturing Whooping Cranes and Sandhill Cranes by Night-Lighting.”, 43-49.
- Dwyer, Nancy C., Mary Anne Bishop, Jim S. Harkness, and Zhang Yao Zhong. “Black-Necked Cranes Nesting in Tibet Autonomous Region, China.”, 75-80.
- Ellis, David H., James C. Lewis, George F. Gee, and Dwight G. Smith. “Population Recovery of the Whooping Crane With Emphasis on Reintroduction Efforts: Past and Future.”, 142-50.
- Ellis, David H., Yuri M. Markin, Charles H. Vermillion, Charles M. Hoisington, Alexander G. Sorokin, and Grey W. Pendleton. “Satellite Telemetry Reveals Winter Home of Eurasian Crane From Northwestern Siberia.”, 172.
- Ellis, David H., Glenn H. 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. “Techniques for Rearing and Releasing Nonmigratory Cranes: Lessons From the Mississippi Sandhill Crane Program.”, 135-41.
- Ellis, David H., Dwight G. Smith, Glenn H. H. Olsen, Mark R. Fuller, Steven E. Landfried, Hiroyoshi Higuchi, and Charles H. Vermillion. “Progress in Satellite Tracking Cranes.”, 57-61.
- Faanes, Craig A., Douglas H. Johnson, and Gary R. Lingle. “Characteristics of Whooping Crane Roost Sited in the Plate River.”, 90-94.
- Fannin, Timothy E. “Contaminant Residues in Sandhill Cranes Killed Upon Striking Powerlines in Central Nebraska.”, 166-70.
- Folk, Martin J., and Thomas C. Tacha. “Distribution of Sandhill Cranes in the North Platte River Valley: 1980 and 1989.”, 173.
- Gomez, Gay M. “Whooping Cranes in Southwest Louisiana: History and Human Attitudes.”, 19-23.
- Haney, J. Christopher, and Mark E. Eiswerth. “The Plight of Cranes: a Case Study for Preserving Biodiversity.”, 12-18.
- Harris, James T. “Managing Nature Reserves for Cranes in China.”, 1-11.
- Jarvi, Susan I., George F. Gee, W. Elwood Briles, and Marcia M. Miller. “Identification of Segregating Haplotypes of the Major Histocompatibility Complex in Cranes.”, 171.
- Lewis, James C., Roderick C. Drewien, Ernie Kuyt, and Jr. Charlie Sanchez. “Contaminants in Habitat, Tissues, and Eggs of Whooping Cranes.”, 159-65.
- Lewis, Thomas E., and R. Douglas Slack. “Whooping Crane Response to Disturbances at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge.”, 176.
- Lingle, Gary R. “History and Economic Impact of Crane-Watching in Central Nebraska.”, 33-37.
- Mahan, Thomas A., and Brenda S. Simmers. “Social Preference of Four Cross-Foster Reared Sandhill Cranes.”, 114-19.
- McIvor, Donald E., and Michael R. Conover. “Sandhill Crane Habitat Use in Northeastern Utah and Southwestern Wyoming.”, 81-84.
- Montgomery, James B. “Sandhill Cranes in the Mid-Pecos Valley of Eastern New Mexico, 1989-91.”, 174.
- Morkill, Anne E., and Stanley H. Anderson. “Behavior of Sandhill Cranes Near Powerlines Marked With Yellow Aviation Balls.”, 177.
- Nagendran, Meenakshi. “Satellite Tracking of a Greater Sandhill Crane.”, 173.
- ———. “Winter Release of Isolation-Reared Greater Sandhill Cranes in South Texas.”, 131-34.
- Nesbitt, Stephen A., Clinton T. Moore, and Kathleen S. Williams. “Gender Prediction From Body Measurements of Two Subspecies of Sandhill Cranes.”, 38-42.
- Norling, Bradley S., Stanley H. Anderson, and Wayne A. Hubert. “Temporal Patterns of Sandhill Crane Roost Site Use in the Platte River.”, 106-13.
- Olsen, Glenn H. H., David H. Ellis, Steven E. Landfried, Linda J. Miller, Susan S. Klugman, Mark R. Fuller, and Charles H. Vermillion. “Behavior of Sandhill Cranes Harnessed With Different Satellite Transmitters.”, 50-56.
- Provost, Jodie L., Thomas A. Provost, Stephen J. Maxson, and Richard D. Crawford. “Breeding Biology of Greater Sandhill Cranes on the Roseau River Wildlife Management Area, Minnesota.”, 69-74.
- Rucker, Christine R. “Food and Feeding Habits of Released Florida Sandhill Cranes.”, 85-89.
- Sharp, David E., and William O. Vogel. “Population Status, Hunting Regulations, Hunting Activity, and Harvests of Mid-Continent Sandhill Cranes.”, 24-32.
- Stahlecker, Dale W. “Using National Wetlands Inventory Maps to Quantify Whooping Crane Stopover Habitat in Oklahoma.”, 62-68.
- Stehn, Thomas V. “Behavior of Whooping Cranes During Initiation of Migration.”, 102-5.
- ———. “Unusual Movements and Behaviors of Color-Banded Whooping Cranes During Winter.”, 95-101.
- Swengel, Scott R. “Sexual Size Dimorphism and Size Indices of Six Species of Captive Cranes at the International Crane Foundation.”, 151-58.
- Urbanek, Richard P., and Theodore A. Bookhout. “Development of an Isolation-Rearing/Gentle Release Procedure for Reintroducing Migratory Cranes.”, 120-130.