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Veterinary problems of captive breeding and possible introduction of birds of prey

Veterinary problems of captive breeding and possible introduction of birds of prey history of the saiga is not to be repeated, then these, and many other similar studies, must be undertaken and the material disseminated for the benefit of all concerned with the captive propagation of endangered species. REFERENCES BANNIKOV, A. G. (1963): Die Saiga-Antilope. Brehrn-Biich. No. 320: 1-143. Neire HASTINGS, DUKE OF BEDFORD (1949): Tlie years ojtrnnsition. London: Andrew Dakers. MACKLER, s. F. & DOLAN, (in press) : Social structure J. M. and herd behavior of Eqiiiu przeivalskii Poliakov, 1881, at the San Diego Wild Animal Park. Eqtrirs 3. MOHR, E.(1943): Einiges uber die Saiga, S n i p tntnritn L. Zoo/. Curt., Lpz.(N.F.) 15: 175-185. POHLE, c. (1974) : Haltung und Zucht der Saiza-Andlope ( S a k a tatmica) iin Tierpark Berlin. Z o o / . Gnrt.,Jenn 44: 387-409. Veterinary problems of captive breeding and possible reintroduction of birds of prey [Plates 3-31 J . E. C O O P E R I ’i,fcrirrary Pathologist, Clirricd Research Ceirfre, 1 I’alfrd Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 3Lv, Grcat Britniri Despite man’s long association with birds of prey, especially for falconry, their propagation in captivity is a relatively recent development. There were successful attempts at breeding members of both http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Zoo Yearbook Wiley

Veterinary problems of captive breeding and possible introduction of birds of prey

International Zoo Yearbook , Volume 17 (1) – Jan 1, 1977

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1977 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company
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0074-9664
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1748-1090
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10.1111/j.1748-1090.1977.tb00862.x
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history of the saiga is not to be repeated, then these, and many other similar studies, must be undertaken and the material disseminated for the benefit of all concerned with the captive propagation of endangered species. REFERENCES BANNIKOV, A. G. (1963): Die Saiga-Antilope. Brehrn-Biich. No. 320: 1-143. Neire HASTINGS, DUKE OF BEDFORD (1949): Tlie years ojtrnnsition. London: Andrew Dakers. MACKLER, s. F. & DOLAN, (in press) : Social structure J. M. and herd behavior of Eqiiiu przeivalskii Poliakov, 1881, at the San Diego Wild Animal Park. Eqtrirs 3. MOHR, E.(1943): Einiges uber die Saiga, S n i p tntnritn L. Zoo/. Curt., Lpz.(N.F.) 15: 175-185. POHLE, c. (1974) : Haltung und Zucht der Saiza-Andlope ( S a k a tatmica) iin Tierpark Berlin. Z o o / . Gnrt.,Jenn 44: 387-409. Veterinary problems of captive breeding and possible reintroduction of birds of prey [Plates 3-31 J . E. C O O P E R I ’i,fcrirrary Pathologist, Clirricd Research Ceirfre, 1 I’alfrd Road, Harrow, Middlesex HA1 3Lv, Grcat Britniri Despite man’s long association with birds of prey, especially for falconry, their propagation in captivity is a relatively recent development. There were successful attempts at breeding members of both

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