Cranes: Their Biology, Husbandry and Conservation
David Harry Ellis, George F. Gee, Claire M. Mirande
Hancock House, 1996 - Nature - 308 pages
Topics covered include: Crane Biology; General Husbandry; Egg and Semen Production; Incubation and Hatching; Veterinary Techniques for Rearing Crane Chicks; Behaviour Management; Imprinting, Attachment, and Behavioural Development in Cranes; Reproductive Physiology; Medicine and Surgery; Genetic Management; Records; Special Techniques; Artificial Insemination; Cryopreservation; Sex Determination; Reintroduction Techniques; Flight Restraint; Predator and Pest Management; Facilities; Ecology, Status, and Conservation.
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