Literature

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2007Cranes Abstracts
1992Books
1992International Crane Symposium
1990Also received
1988Book reviews
1984RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1983RECENT ORNITHOLOGICAL PUBLICATIONS
1976Miscellaneous: Williams, L. E., Jr. & Phillips, R. W. 1973. Capturing Sandhill Cranes with alpha-chloralose. J. Wildl. Mgmt 37: 94–97.
1968BOOKS
1966The Whooping Crane Story
D., HM1938A Crane Fly Query
1923Gruidae
1921An Irish Crane's-Bill
A., JA1895Review: Shufeldt on the Osteology of Cranes and Rails
Barnes, H. F., B. A.1925The Ecological Distribution of Adult Craneflies in Carnarvonshire
Agbelusi, EA, Afolayan, TA2000Distribution of waterfowl in the wetland of Northern Nigeria
Aguilera, XGalvez, Alvarez, VBerovides, Wiley, JW, Rosales, JRivera1999Population size of Cuban Parrots Amazona leucocephala and Sandhill Cranes Grus canadensis and community involvement in their conservation in northern Isla de la Juventud, Cuba
Aguilera, XGalvez, Chávez-Ramírez, F2010Distribution, Abundance, and Status of Cuban Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis nesiotes)
Aguilera, XGalvez, Chávez-Ramírez, F2010Distribution, Abundance, and Status of Cuban Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis nesiotes)
ALERSTAM, THOMAS1975CRANE GRUS GRUS MIGRATION OVER SEA AND LAND
Alexander, CP1954Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera) Part IX. The Tipuloidea of Oregon, I
Alexander, CP1949Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera). Part VIII. The Tipuloidea of Washington, 1
Alexander, CP1948Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera). Part VII. The Tipuloidea of Utah, 1
Alexander, CP1946Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera) Part VI. Tipuloidea of Arizona, New Mexico and Trans-Pecos Texas, 1
Alexander, CP1945Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera) Part V. Tipuloidea of the Grand Teton National Park and Teton National Forest, Wyoming
Alexander, CP1943Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera). Part III. Tipuloidea of the Upper Gunnison Valley, Colorado
Alexander, CP1943Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera). Part IV. Tipuloidea of the Yellowstone National Park
Alexander, CP1941Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera). Part II. Tipuloidea of Mountainous Western North Carolina
Alexander, CP1940Records and Descriptions of North American Crane-Flies (Diptera). Part I. Tipuloidea of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee
Alexander, CP1921VII.—Undescribed species of African crane-flies in the collection of the British Museum (Natural History): Tipulidæ, Diptera.—Part II. subfamily Tipulinæ
Alexander, CP1920XXXIX.—Undescribed species of African crane-flies in the collection of the British Museum (Natural History): Tipulidæ, Diptera.—Part I. subfamily Limnobiinæ
Alexander, CP1920I.—Undescribed species of African crane-flies in the collection of the British Museum (Natural History): Tipulidæ, Diptera.—Part I. Subfamily Limnobiiuæ
Allen, RP1954Additional Data on the Food of the Whooping Crane
Allison, NL, Destefano, S2006Equipment and Techniques for Nocturnal Wildlife Studies
Alonso, JA, Alonso, JC1993Age-Related Differences in Time Budgets and Parental Care in Wintering Common Cranes
Alonso, JA, Alonso, JC, Nowald, G2008Migration and wintering patterns of a central European population of Common Cranes Grus grus: Capsule German breeding birds wintered mainly in southwest Spain and some in France
Alonso, JA, Alonso, JC, Nowald, G2008Migration and wintering patterns of a central European population of Common Cranes Grus grus: Capsule German breeding birds wintered mainly in southwest Spain and some in France.
Alonso, JA, Alonso, JC, Veiga, JP1985The Influence of Moonlight on the Timing of Roosting Flights in Common Cranes Grus grus
Alonso, JC, Alonso, JA1985Why Do Cranes Sometimes Fly with Their Legs Drawn Up?
Alonso, JC, Alonso, JA, BAUTISTA, LUISM, MU1995Patch use in cranes: a field test of optimal foraging predictions
Alonso, JC, Alonso, JA, Veiga, JP1987Flocking in Wintering Common Cranes Grus grus: Influence of Population Size, Food Abundance and Habitat Patchiness
Alonso, JC, BAUTISTA, LUISM, Alonso, JA2004Family-based territoriality vs flocking in wintering common cranes Grus grus
ALONSO, JUANCARLOS, BAUTISTA, LUISM, Alonso, JA1997Dominance and the Dynamics of Phenotype-Limited Distribution in Common Cranes
ALONSO, JUANCARLOS, Veiga, JP, Alonso, JA1984Familienauflösung und Abzug aus dem Winterquartier beim Kranich Grus grus
Altmann, M1960Moose Runs from Sandhill Crane
Altwegg, R, ANDERSON, MARKD2009Rainfall in arid zones: possible effects of climate change on the population ecology of blue cranes
ALVIN, KL, Allmon, WD, Swan, ARH1989Book reviews
Anderson, DW, Kreitzer, JF1971Thickness of 1967-69 Whooping Crane Eggshells Compared to That of Pre-1910 Specimens
Anderson, JT, Tacha, TC, Muehl, GT2000Use of Wetland and Deepwater Habitat by Wintering Sandhill Cranes in Coastal Texas
ANDERSON, ROBERTP, Timm, RM2006A New Montane Species of Spiny Pocket Mouse (Rodentia: Heteromyidae: Heteromys) from Northwestern Costa Rica

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