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Year Published: 1987

Quarterly Wildlife Mortality Report October 1986- December 1986

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Converse, K. A.; Windingstad, R.; Franson, J. C.; Roffe, T.
National Wildlife Health Center Quarterly Mortality Report; 1987; Article; Journal; Wildlife Disease Newsletter; Converse, K. A.; Windingstad, R.; Franson, J. C.; Roffe, T.

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Year Published: 1987

Salt toxicosis in waterfowl in North Dakota

About 150 waterfowl died and another 250 became weak and lethargic from suspected salt poisoning after using White Lake, a highly saline lake in Mountrail County, North Dakota. Frigid temperatures made fresh water unavailable, forcing the birds to ingest the saline waters with resultant toxic effects. Sick birds recovered when removed from the...

Windingstad, Ronald M.; Kartch, Fred X.; Stroud, Richard K.; Smith, Milton R.
Salt toxicosis in waterfowl in North Dakota (USA); 1987; Article; Journal; Journal of Wildlife Diseases; Windingstad, R. M.; Kartch, F. X.; Stroud, R. K.; Smith, M. R.

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The Global Importance of Type C Botulism in Wild Birds

Eklund, M.W.; Dowell, V.R.; Jensen, W. I.; Price, J.I.
The Global Importance of Type C Botulism in Wild Birds; 1987; Conference publication; Avian Botulism: An International Perspective; Jensen, W. I.; Price, J. I.

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Year Published: 1986

Blood protoporphyrin for detecting lead exposure in canvasbacks

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Feierabend, J.Scott; Russell, A.Brooke; Franson, J. C.; Haramis, G. M.; Perry, Matthew C.; Moore, John F.

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Year Published: 1986

Avian tuberculosis and salmonellosis in a whooping crane (Grus americana)

The whooping crane has been the subject of intensive scientific study and management because it is an endangered species and has high public interest. Programs have been developed to identify critical habitat, to increase production through captive breeding, and in recent years, to use sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis) as surrogate parents in...

Stroud, R. K.; Thoen, C.O.; Duncan, R.M.
Avian tuberculosis and salmonellosis in a whooping crane (Grus americana); 1986; Article; Journal; Journal of Wildlife Diseases; Stroud, R. K.; Thoen, C. O.; Duncan, R. M.

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Year Published: 1986

Inclusion body disease of cranes: Comparison of pathologic findings in cranes with acquired vs. experimentally induced disease

Inclusion body disease of cranes was the cause of death in 17 immature and mature cranes of 5 different species in Wisconsin. A herpesvirus of unknown origin was the apparent cause. An isolate of this herpesvirus was used to experimentally infect 3 species of cranes. Macroscopic and microscopic lesions associated with naturally acquired and...

Schuh, J. C.; Sileo, L.; Siegfried, Lynne M.; Yuill, Thomas M.

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Year Published: 1986

Isolation of a poxvirus from a house finch, Carpodacus mexicanus (Muller)

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Docherty, D.E.; Romaine-Long, Renee I.

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Year Published: 1986

Lead poisoning in waterfowl

Friend, M.
Lead poisoning in waterfowl; 1986; Videorecording; Friend, M.

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Year Published: 1986

Mortality of captive whooping cranes caused by eastern equine encephalitis virus

Of 39 captive whooping cranes (Grus americana), 7 died during a 7-week period (Sept 17 through Nov 4, 1984) at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Laurel, Md. Before their deaths, 4 cranes did not develop clinical signs, whereas the other 3 cranes were lethargic and ataxic, with high aspartate transaminase, gamma-glutamyl transferase, and...

Dein, F. J.; Carpenter, J. W.; Clark, G.G.; Montali, R.J.; Crabbs, C.L.; Tsai, T.F.; Docherty, D.E.
Mortality of captive whooping cranes caused by eastern equine encephalitis virus; 1986; Article; Journal; Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association; Dein, F. J.; Carpenter, J. W.; Clark, G. G.; Montali, R. J.; Crabbs, C. L.; Tsai, T. F.; Docherty, D.E.

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Year Published: 1986

Obituary and comments - Dr. Wayne Jensen

Friend, M.
Obituary and comments - Dr. Wayne Jensen; 1986; Article; Journal; Journal of Wildlife Diseases; Friend, M.

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Year Published: 1986

Prairie restoration at the National Wildlife Health Laboratory (Wisconsin)

The National Wildlife Health Laboratory (NWHL), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Madison are in the process of a 7-ha prairie restoration project on their lands to create a microcosmic representation of presettlement Wisconsin. Visiting scientists, personnel from local schools and universities, and neighboring public will eventually be able to...

Windingstad, R. M.
Prairie restoration at the National Wildlife Health Laboratory (Wisconsin); 1986; Article; Journal; Restoration and Management Notes; Windingstad, R. M.

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The occurrence of Theromyzon rude (Annelida: Hirundinea) in association with mortality of trumpeter swan cygnets (Cygnus buccinator)

No abstract available.

Tuggle, Benjamin N.
The occurrence of Theromyzon rude (Annelida: Hirundinea) in association with mortality of trumpeter swan cygnets (Cygnus buccinator); 1986; Article; Journal; Journal of Wildlife Diseases; Tuggle, Benjamin N.