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Trumpeter Swan Factsheet - WDNR
Sanctuary, several zoological parks, private aviculturalists, and habitat foundations. Reintroduction methods include: cross fostering with feral Mute swans; release of two-year old swans from Alaskan ... failures attributed largely to predation and parental abandonment. Michigan has also discontinued cross- fostering. In 1989, nine subadults were released in southwest Michigan. The Michigan DNR ...
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Keeping Marsupials : Keeping and Breeding Marsupials in Captivity, Maintaining Injured and Orphaned Wildlife in Captivity, Animal Husbandry, Australian Marsupials, Australian Mammals, Marsupial Conservation
Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat. Pouch young cross fostering (removing a pouch young from a Northern Hairy-nosed wombat and allowing it to be ...
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Mount Diablo Interpretive Association - Mount Diablo a Haven for East Bay Wildlife
Last year was the second consecutive year that Save Mount Diablo, wildlife biologist ... . Cross fostering was part of a story for National Geographic on the successful recovery of the peregrine falcon in California. See the April, 1991 article in National Geographic on cross-fostering for ...
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The Peregrine Fund - Release Techniques
DIRECT FOSTERING consists of adding young into the nest of identical raptor species to increase natural ... for hatching. Three-week-old Peregrine Falcons were exchanged for thin-shelled eggs. CROSS FOSTERING is similar to direct fostering except the foster species young are replaced by those of another. Modified ...
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Red Cross Red Crescent - NGO HIV/AIDS Code of Practice
Living with HIV International Council for AIDS Service Organizations International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies International HIV/AIDS Alliance International Planned Parenthood Federation ... and cohesiveness of our work and our accountability to partners and beneficiary communities fostering greater collaboration between the variety of NGOs now actively engaged in responding to ...
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CHCI - Apprentice Program
American Sign Language (ASL). Two of the three, Tatu, and Dar, were part of the cross-fostering research that began at the University of Nevada, Reno in 1966 with Drs. R. A ...
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Friends of Washoe: Learn About Chimpanzees - Meet the Family
(CHCI) in Ellensburg, Washington. Four of the chimpanzees, Washoe, Moja, Tatu, and Dar, were cross-fostered. Cross-fostering is when the adults of one species raise the young of another species. In this ... and requested BANANAS or APPLES to eat. Unlike the other four chimpanzees, Loulis was not cross-fostered. Loulis was raised by his adoptive mother Washoe and other chimpanzees. Human signing around ...
friendsofwashoe.org


Friends of Washoe: History - June, 1966 - Project Washoe Begins - University of Reno, Nevada
Timeline June, 1966 - Project Washoe Begins at the University of Reno, in Reno, Nevada Cross-fostering Adapted from Chapter 2 of Next of Kin, by Roger Fouts with Stephen Tukel Mills ... between two species, but the Gardners also knew that they should hold on to the cross-fostering approach that had been so successful in earlier studies. Chimpanzees raised like human children were ...
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Hybrid Marsupials
This imprints the young on the foster-species. In addition to cross-fostering, hybrids of Tammar Wallabies and and Parma (Macropus parma ...
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Platte River Endangered Species Partnership(PRESP)
Early recovery efforts used the cross-fostering method with sandhill cranes as the foster parents. No foster birds have paired or produced eggs. Cross-fostering of whoopers to the Grays Lake sandhill crane flock has been discontinued because of very high mortality rates and the lack of reproductive success in cross-fostered populations. ...
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