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International Zoo Yearbook 44: Bears and Canids

Out of Print
Series: International Zoo Yearbooks Volume: 44
By: Fiona A Fisken(Editor)
470 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
International Zoo Yearbook 44: Bears and Canids
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Please note that the ZSL has confirmed that due to the pandemic they have no access to their warehouse with stock. Supply is unlikely until the first quarter of 2021.

Volume 44 contains a section on current developments in zoo practices regarding bears and canids, and the regular section with contributions on developments in the zoo world.


- African zoos: partnering a necessary renaissance / D. R. MORGAN   1–6

- Editorial: Bears and Canids / ANDREW C. KITCHENER, CHERYL S. ASA   7–15
- Veterinary issues related to bears (Ursidae) / D. C. BOURNE, J. M. CRACKNELL, H. J. BACON   16–32
- Taxonomic issues in bears: impacts on conservation in zoos and the wild, and gaps in current knowledge   A. C. KITCHENER   33–46
- Rehabilitation and reintroduction of captive-reared bears: feasibility and methodology for European brown bears Ursus arctos / D. HUBER   47–54
- Hibernation exhibit for Japanese black bear Ursus thibetanus japonicus at Ueno Zoological Gardens / K. ITOH, K. IDE, Y. KOJIMA, M. TERADA   55–64
- Enriching the lives of bears in zoos / G. LAW, A. REID   65–74
- Canids and ursids in mixed-species exhibits / N. DORMAN, D. C. BOURNE   75–86
- Small canid husbandry challenges: reviewing problems, with recommendations for improving captive canid programmes / K. BAUMAN, A. MEKARSKA, J. GRISHAM, C. LYNCH   87–101
- The importance of reproductive management and monitoring in canid husbandry and endangered-species recovery / C. S. ASA   102–108
- Reproductive management in captive and wild canids: contraception challenges / S. M. BOUTELLE, H. J. BERTSCHINGER   109–120
- Analysis and discussion of Maned wolf Chrysocyon brachyurus population trends in Brazilian institutions: lessons from the Brazilian studbook, 1969–2006 / R. E. T. VANSTREELS, C. PESSUTTI   121–135
- The role of the Species Survival Plan in Maned wolf Chrysocyon brachyurus conservation / N. SONGSASEN, M. D. RODDEN   136–148
- The influence of husbandry and pack management on Dhole Cuon alpinus reproduction / H. MAISCH   149–164
- Cooperative conservation: zoos and in situ captive breeding for endangered Island fox Urocyon littoralis ssp / T. J. COONAN, A. VARSIK, C. LYNCH, C. A. SCHWEMM   165–172
- Swift fox Vulpes velox reintroductions: a review of release protocols / S. S. WATERS   173–182

- ‘Building a Future for Wildlife’? Evaluating the contribution of the world zoo and aquarium community to in situ conservation / M. GUSSET, G. DICK   183–191
- The economic and social contribution of the zoological industry in Australia / V. BERI, A. TRANENT, P. ABELSON   192–200
- Evaluation of hand-rearing records for Spix's macaw Cyanopsitta spixii at the Al Wabra Wildlife Preservation from 2005 to 2007 / A. TSCHUDIN, H. RETTMER, R. WATSON, M. CLAUSS, S. HAMMER   201–211
- Sixteen-year review of the population trends and mortality causes for captive Woolly monkey Lagothrix spp. / K. ANGE-VAN HEUGTEN, E. VAN HEUGTEN, M. W. A. VERSTEGEN   212–217
- Case studies of infant development in two guenons, the Wolf's guenon Cercopithecus pogonias wolfi and Allen's swamp monkey Allenopithecus nigroviridis, at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo / G. FULLER, K. E. LUKAS   218–231
- An analysis of breeding results for hand-reared Gorillas Gorilla gorilla born over a 25 year period in the European Endangered Species Programme (EEP) population / Ma T. ABELLÓ, M. HOLTKÖTTER, J. VERMEER, M. COLELL   232–237
- Notes on the development and behaviour of two Binturong Arctictus binturong litters born at Taronga Zoo, Sydney / L. ABRA   238–245
- Planting Sugar palms Borassus flabellifer as a means to offset the CO2 load of Apenheul Primate Park, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands / L. E. M. DE BOER   246–250

- Zoos and Aquariums of the World   251–431
- Index to list of Zoos and Aquariums of the World   432–452
- Author Index to Volume 44   453–454
- Subject Index to Volume 44   455–464
- Associations   I–L
- International Studbooks for Rare Species of Wild Animals in Captivity   LI–LXXV

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Out of Print
Series: International Zoo Yearbooks Volume: 44
By: Fiona A Fisken(Editor)
470 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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