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Bibliography of Publications on the Siberian Crane (as to December 2011 in English and Russian) [pdf  809 KB]

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Abdulali, H.1969. Acatalog of birds in the collection of the Bombay Natural History Society-5. – J. Bombay Natl. Hist. Soc., 66 (3): 542-559.

Ahmad, A. 1995. Siberian Crane (Pakistan). – Report of the First Meeting of Range States of CMS MoU. Secretariat of the Convention. Germany. P. 89-73.

Ahmad, Ashiq, and Najam Khurshid. 1991. Observations of migration and migratory routes of cranes through Baluchistan. – Natura. No 8, 9, and 11.

Ahmad, Ashiq, and S. Iqmail Hussain Shah. 1991. The future of cranes in Pakistan with special reference to the Northwest Frontier Province. – Proceedings of 1987 International Crane Workshop. Ed. James T. Harris.Baraboo,Wis.: International Crane Foundation. P. 335-339.

Ali, Salim 1979. The Keoladeo Ghana Waterbird  Sanctuary. – Hornbill. Oct.-Dec. 1979: 27-29.

Ali, Salim, and S. Dillon Ripley. 1969. Handbook of the Birds of India and Pakistan. Vol. 2. Megapodes to Crab Plover. Bombay: Oxford University Press. P. 144-146.

Ali, Salim, and S. Dillon Ripley. 1987. Handbook of the Birds of India and Pakistan. Vol. 2. Bombay: Oxford University Press. P. 130-131.

Ali, Salim, and S. Dillon Ripley. 1987. Compact Handbook of the Birds of India and Pakistan – Together with those of Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. Second ed. YMCA Library, Jai Singh Road, New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press. P. 1-737 + 104 color plates.

Anderson, A. 1871. Ornithological notes from Fittehgurh, N.W.P. India. – Zoologist. Vol. 2 (7): 3329-3332.

Anderson, Elizabeth C. 1977. From Russia with love. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 3 (4): 3.

Anderson, Elizabeth C. 1978. Four Case Studies in US-USSR Wildlife Conservation Cooperation. – M.S. Thesis.Cornell University.

Andreev, B.N. 1953. Birds of the Middle Vilyui River. Yakutsk: Yakutsk Book Publishers. P. 1-126 (in Russian).

Andreev, B.N. 1974. Birds of the Vilyuysk Basin. – Yakutsk: Yakutsk Book Publishers. P. 1-311 (in Russian).

Andronov, V.A. 2002. Siberian Crane. Eastern Flyway. Russia. Jewish Autonomous Region. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. Moscow. No 3: 31 (in Russian and English).

Andrusenko, N.N. 1987. New registration of Siberian Crane in Kurgaldgin Reserve. – Reports of Baltic Commission of Investigation of Migration Birds. Vol. 19. Tartu. P. 116 (in Russian).

Andrusenko, N.N. 2007. Birds of Tengiz-Kurgaljino Hollow. – Selevinia, Kazakhstan Zoological Yearbook. Almaty. P. 59-82  (in Russian).

Andrusenko, N.N., Khrokov V.V. 1981. New data about birds of Kurgaldgin Reserve. – Bird Migration in Asia. Vol. 6. Ashgabat. P. 162-166(in Russian). 

Anonymous. 1968. Ghana Bird Sanctuary, Bharatpur. Newsletter for Birdwatchers. Vol. 8 (8): 5-7.

Anonymous. 1975. ICF directors conduct research inKoreaandIndia. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 1 (3): 1.

Anonymous. 1975. The Siberian Crane ICF’s target species for 1975-76. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 2 (1): 1, 3.

Anonymous. 1976. Siberian Crane season. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 3 (1):1.

Anonymous. 1977. The immigration of Vladimir & Kyto. (A historic cooperative venture between superpowers brings two Siberian Cranes to ICF). – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 3 (4): 1-2.

Anonymous. 1977. 1977 Winter Count. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 3 (2): 3

Anonymous. 1978. Circles of death – Fereydunkenar. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 4 (2): 3.

Anonymous. 1980. WWF supports Siberian Crane at ICF. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 6 (2): 4.

Anonymous. 1981. 1980 Winter Count. The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 7(1): 4

Anonymous. 1981. Siberian Cranes discovered in Iran and China. Newsletter for Birdwatchers. Vol. 21 (9-10): 17.

Anonymous.1982. A Russian reunion. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 8 (2): 3.

Anonymous. 1982. Indian sunshine. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 8 (2): 3.

Anonymous. 1984. Winter crane counts. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 10 (2): 2.

Anonymous. 1985. At the nest. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 11 (1): 8.

Anonymous. 1985. Life of a nomad. Rainbow. P. 10-11.

Anonymous. 1986. Poyang Lake Migratory Birds Reserve. – On Wintering Ecology of Birds at PoyangLake. (In Chinese)

Anonymous. 1989. Siberian Cranes on the brink in India. Newsletter for Birdwatchers. Vol. 29 (7-8): 2.

Anonymous. 1989. Winter Counts of Endangered Cranes. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 15(3): 8

Anonymous. 1990. Winter Counts of Endangered Cranes. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 16(3): 8

Anonymous. 1991. Winter Counts of Endangered Cranes. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 17(4): 8

Anonymous. 1992. Cranes in Spring 1991. The China Flyway. – Bulletin of the Beidaihe Bird Society 2. (In Chinese with English abstracts)

Anonymous. 1993. Siberian Crane reintroduction attempt unsuccessful. – Oriental Bird Club Bulletin. No 17: 12.

Anonymous. 1994. Siberian Cranes at Keoladeo National Park. – Hornbill. No. 3: 24-25.

Anonymous. 1995-1996. Future focuses in Siberian White Crane conservation: report from a workshop in Moscow. – Flying Free/ Zum Fliegen Geboren (Brehm-Fonds). Vol. 13 (1/2): 11-13.

Anonymous. 1996. Rare Siberian Cranes fly from the USA to Iran. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 22 (1): 8.

Anonymous. 1996. The Sibes: Experimentations for revival of Indian populations. – SanctuaryAsia. Vol. XVI (2): 56-57.

Anonymous. 1996. SOS for Siberian Cranes. – Hornbill. No 3: 27.

Anonymous. 1996. Key Challenges for Poyang Lake. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 22 (2): 3.

Anonymous. 1996. Asia-Pacific migratory waterbird conservation strategy: 1996-2000.Kuala Lumpur: Wetlands International – Asia Pacific, and International Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Bureau, Japan Committee. P. 1-41.

Anonymous. 1997. Winter Counts of Endangered Cranes. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 23(4).

Anonymous. 1999. Going, going…. Gone. – Sanctuary Asia. Vol. XIX (1): 42-51.

Anonymous. 2001. White Crane From Legend. Salekhard: Publishers of “Red North” newspaper. P. 2-3.

Anonymous. 2002. Cranes survive war in Asia. – Birder’s World. P. 12.

Anonymous. 2008. Field Research in Yakutia, Russia. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 34 (3): 5.

Antipov, A.M., and Yu.Yu. Blokhin. 1999. On Siberian Crane sightings in Tyumen Region. – Problems of Protection of Resources of Little Known and Rare Animals. Materials for Red Data Book. Moscow: Central Research Laboratory of Hunting. P. 192-194 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2005. Duration of the Siberian Crane (Grus leucogeranus) embryogenesis. – Role of nature reserves of forest zone in conservation and researches of the biological diversity of the Eurapean Part of Russia. Proceedings of the Oka State Nature Biosphere Reserve, 24. V.P. Ivanchev (ed). Ryazan: 243-259 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2006. Duration of crane embryogenesis. – Abstracts of the 12th International Ornithological Conference of North Eurasia.  Stavropol: 39-40 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2006. Duration of crane embryogenesis. – Development of modern ornithology in North Eurasia. Proceedings of the 12th International Ornithological Conference of North Eurasia.  Stavropol: 694-709 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2008. Some characteristics of crane incubation in captivity. – Monitoring of rare species of fauna and flora, and their habitats. Ed. V.P. Ivanchev. Ryazan: 151-162 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2008. Characteristics of crane breeding in captivity. – Cranes of Eurasia (biology, distribution, migrations). Issue 3. Eds. E. Ilyashenko, A. Kovshar, S. Winter. Moscow, Moscow Zoo. P. 410-419 (in Russian with English summary).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2009. Behavior of the Siberian Crane (Grus leucogeranus (Aves, Gruidae) on the stage of nest building and egss laying in captivity. – Natural Sciences, Vol. 2 (27): 68-71 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2009. Data on time budget of cranes for the incubation in captivity. -  Conservation on animal diversity and game hunting in Russia. Materials of the Third International Theoretical and Practical Conference. Moscow: 530-533 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. (in publish.). Characteristics of nest location in captivity (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V. 2010. Specifics of behavior of incubated Siberian Crane Grus leucogeranus in captivity. – Ornithology in North Eurasia. Materials of XIII International ornithological conference of North Eurasia. Abstracts. Orenburg: 36 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V., and T.A. Kashentseva. 2004. Incubation success of crane eggs after transportation. – Proceedings of the Oka State Nature Biosphere Reserve. V.P. Ivanchev (ed). Ryazan. Vol. 23: 150 (in Russian).

Antonyuk, E.V., and T.A. Kashentseva. 2006. Death of cranes in embryonic stage. – Cranes of Eurasia(biology, protection, captive breeding), 2 (additional issue). Eds. C.V. Winter, E.I. Ilyashenko. M.: 202-215 (with English summary) (in Russian).

Archibald, George W. 1976. Crane taxonomy as revealed by the unison call. – Proceedings of the International Crane Workshop. Ed. James C. Lewis. [Stillwater, Okla.]: Oklahoma State University. P. 225-251.

Archibald, George W. 1980.USSR update. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 6 (1): 2.

Archibald, George W. 1980. The captive Siberians. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 6 (4): 1.

Archibald, George W. 1981a. Last call for the Siberian Crane. – Natural History. Vol. 90 (3): 58-61.

Archibald, George W. 1981b. From China and Iran– GOOD NEWS. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 7 (2): 1, 3.

Archibald, George W. 1981c. A Siberian Crane chick! – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 7 (3):1, 3.

Archibald, George W. 1982. Sasha’s Siberians. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 8 (4): 1, 4.

Archibald, George W. 1982. Siberian Cranes for North America. – Proceedings of the 1981 Crane Workshop. Ed. J.C. Lewis. Tavernier, Florida: National Audubon Society. P. 129-134.

Archibald, George W. 1983. Siberian Crane eggs fly East. – The Brolga Bugle. Vol. 9 (3): 1, 3.

Archibald, George W. 1984. Cranes of Zha Lung. – Earthwatch (Spring): 45.

Archibald, George W. 1985. The Cranes atPoyangLake. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 11 (2): 1-3.

Archibald, George W. 1990. Siberian success. – Environmental Awareness. Vol. 13 (4): 115-117.

Archibald, George W. 1991. Yakutians begin banding program. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 17 (1): 2.

Archibald, George W. 1991. ICF egss fly toSiberia. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 17 (3): 4.

Archibald, George W. 1992. Meeting develops plans forSiberia. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 18 (1): 4-5.

Archibald, George W. 1992. Ron Sauey and the Siberian Cranes. – Journal of Ecological Society. Vol. 5: 41-48.

Archibald, George W. 1992. ICBP/SSC Crane Specialist Group: Cranes inAsia. – Species. Vol. 19: 67.

Archibald, George W. 1993a. Cranes of Asia: from Russia to the Orient and India, conservation begins with cranes. – Wildbird. Vol. 7 (11): 44-45.

Archibald, George W. 1993b. The Siberian Crane: a status report. – CMS Bulletin No. 4 (unpaginated).

Archibald, George W. 1994. The fading call of the Siberian Crane. – National Geographic. Vol. 185 (5): 125-136.

Archibald, George W. 1995. Meeting coordinates help for Siberian Cranes. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 21 (3): 1.

Archibald, George W. 1996. Conservation of Siberian Cranes inWest Asia. – 3rd European Crane Workshop: European Crane Working Group at “Projekt Kranichschutz Deutschland”. Stralsund: WWF/NABU. P. 19.

Archibald, George W. 2005. The Eurasian Crane Wintering in Afghanistan. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. Moscow. No 9: 54-57 (In Russian and English).

Archibald, George W., and Debra L. Viess. 1979. Captive propagation at the International Crane Foundation 1973-78. – Proceedings of 1978 International Crane Workshop. Ed. James C. Lewis. [Fort Morgan, Colo.]:Colorado State Univ and National Audubon Soc. P. 51-73.

Archibald, George, and Claire Mirande. 1985. Population status and management efforts for endangered cranes. – Transaction of the 50th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference. P. 576-602.

Archibald, George, and Fei Dianjin. 1987. Recommendations of the study and conservation of cranes in China. Baraboo, WI: International Crane Foundation (unpublished)

Archibald, George W., and Steven Landfried. 1993. Conservation measures for the Siberian Crane. – Wetland and Waterfowl Conservation in South andWest Asia. Eds. MichaelE. Moserand J. van Vessem. Slimbrdige, UK: IWRB. P. 85-87.

Archibald, George, and Yutaka Kanai. 1996. The mystery of the missing Siberians. – The ICF Bugle. Vol. 22 (4): 2-3.

Archibald, George W., and Curt D. Meine. 1996. Family Gruidae (Cranes). – Handbook of the Birds of the World. Volume 3 – Hoatzin to Auks. Eds. Joseph del Hoyo, Andrew Elliott, and Jordi Sargatal.Barcelona: Lynx Edicion. P. 60-89.

Archibald, George, and Claire Mirande. 1999. Status and conservation of the Siberian Crane Grus Leucogeranus. – Vogelwelt. Vol. 120 (5-6): 377-381.

Archibald, George, Y. Shigata, K. Matsumoto and K. Momose 1981. Endangered cranes. – Crane Research around the World. Proceedings of the International Crane Symposium at  Sapporo, Japan, in 1980 and Papers from the World Working Group on Cranes, International Council for Bird Preservation. Eds. J.C. Lewis and H. Masatomi. International Crane Symposium at Sapporo, Japan. P. 1-12.

Archibald, George, et al. 2000. Year 2000 report on Crane Specialist Group. – CMS Bulletin. No 12: 8-9.

Archibald, G., Yu. Markin, and S. Sadeghi-Zadegan. 2002. Wintering of Siberian Crane in Iran. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. Moscow. No 4-5: 4-11 (in Russian and English).

Archibald, George, Crawford Prentice, Claire Mirande, and Douglas Hykle (compilers). 2007. The “Lily of Birds”: A Journey to Help the Most Unique and Endangered of Cranes. International Crane Foundation.14 p. (Russian version)

Asia-Pacific Migratory Waterbird Conservation Committee. 2001. Asia-Pacific migratory waterbird conservation strategy: 2001-2005. Kuala Lumpur: Wetlands International –AsiaPacific.

Ashtiani, Mohammad Ali. 1987. Siberian Crane as a wintering bird inIran. – Proceedings of the 1983 International Crane Workshop, Bharatpur, India. Eds. George W. Archibald and R.F. Pasquier. Baraboo,Wisconsin: International Crane Foundation. P. 135-137.

Ashtiani, Mohammad Ali. 1996. Distrubution and conservation of cranes in I.R.Iran. – Third European Crane Workshop: European Crane Working Group at “Projekt Kranichschutz Deutschland”. Straslund: WWF//NABU. P. 20.

Ashtiani, Mohammad Ali. 1996. Distrubution and conservation of cranes in Islamic Republic of Iran. – Pan-Aisan Ornithological Congress & XIII Birdlife Asia Conference. Typeset (ICF Library). P. 1-15.

Ashtiani, M.A. 1999. Distribution and conservation of cranes in I.R. Iran. – Proceedings of the 3rd European Crane Workshop 1996 and Actual Papers. Eds.Hartwig Prange, Gunter Nowald, and Wolfgang Mewes. Halle-Wittenberg: Kranichschutz Deutschland. P. 211-219.

Ataev K., V.I. Vasiliev, R.I. Gorelova, et al. 1978. Materials on rare and endangered birds of Turkmenistan fauna. – Herald of the Turkmenistan Academy of Sciences. Series of Biological Sciences. No. 4: 70-80 (in Russian).

Auezov, E.M. 1991. Brief report on the Siberian Crane in Irgizsky District, Aktyubinsk Region. – Rare Birds and Mammals of Kazakhstan. Alma-Ata: “Gylym” Publ. House. P. 137 (in Russian).

Auezov, E.M., and V.A. Grachev. 1977. Threatened and Rare Birds of Alakol Hollow. – Rare and Endangered mammals and birds of Kazakhstan. Alma-Ata: “Gylym” Publ. House. P. 135-138 (in Russian).

Azarov, V.I. 1977. Sightings of the Siberian Crane in Northern Kazakhstan and TyumenRegion. – 7th All-Union Ornithological Conference. Abstracts. Vol. 2. Kiev: “Naukova Dumka”. P. 188-189 (in Russian).

Azarov, V.I. 1987. On sightings of the Siberian Crane in Northern Kazakhstanand Tyumen Region. – Ecology and Fauna. Tyumen. P. 112-118 (in Russian).

Azarov, V.I., and G.K. Ivanov. 1981. Rare Mammals and Birds of Tyumen Region. Sverdlovsk: Sredne-Uralsk Book Publishers (in Russian).

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Babenko, V.G. 2000. Siberian Crane. – Birds of Lower Priamuriye. Moscow: “Prometei” Publishing House. P. 204 (in Russian).

Bai Qingquan. 2008. The finding of Siberian Crane Banded In Russian Yakutia in Wolong Lake, Northern Liaoning. -ChinaCrane News. Vol. 12 (1): 39 (in Chinese and English).

Bahrami Nasab, M. 1999. Wintering grounds of the Siberian Crane inIran– abstracts. – Proceedings, 3rd European Crane Workshop 1996 and Actual Papers. Eds. Hartwig Prange, Gunter Nowald, and Wolfgang Mewes. Halle-Wittenberg: Kranichschutz Deutschland. P. 287.

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Baker, E.C.S. 1928. The game birds of the Indian empire. Vol. 5. The waders and other semi-sporting birds. Part 6. J.BombayNatl. Hist. Soc. Vol. 32 (4): 617-621.

Bakkal, S.N., A.V. Bardin, and I.S. Darevski, 1989. The Siberian Crane – Grus leucogeranus Pallas, 1773. – Rare Animals of Our Country. Eds. V.E. Sokolov and O. A. Skarlato. Leningrad: “Science”. P. 113-114 (in Russian). 

Banerjee, D.P., S.P. Bavdekar, and V.K. Paralkar. 1990. Aggressive behaviour of Black-necked Storks towards cranes. – J. Bombay Natl. Hist. Soc. Vol. 87 (1): 140.

Barashkov, P.P. 1976. Brief report on the Siberian Crane in Verkhne-Kolymsky Region (Yakutia). – Rare, Endangered and Little Known birds of the USSR. Proceedings of the Oka State Nature Reserve. Ed. A.S. Rak. Ryazan. Vol. 13: 114 (in Russian).

Batdelger, D. 1996. Red Data Book of Mongolian Birds. – First Pan-Asian Ornithological Congress and XII BirdLife Asia Conference.Coimbatore,India. Abstracts. P. 9.

Behrouzi-Rad, Behrouz. 1996. The current status of three species of cranes inIran. – Salim Ali Centenary Seminar on Conservation of Avifauna of Wetlands and Grasslands. Abstracts:BombayNatural History Society. P. 54.

Belsky, E.A. 1988. Some adaptations of cranes to terrestrial locomotion. – Cranes of the Palearctic. Eds. N.M. Litvinenko, I.A. Neufeldt. Vladivostok: Far East Science Center, USSRAcademyof Sciences. P. 94-119 (in Russian).

Belterman, R. 2004. Data on captive Siberian Cranes in Western Europe. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. No 7-8: 21-22 (in Russian and English).

Belterman, R. 2005. Siberian Crane Propagation in Western Europein 2004 and 2005. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. No 9: 69-70 (in Russian and English).

Belyalova, L., and S. Fundikchiev. 2007. Siberian Crane Sighting in Samarkand Region, Uzbekistan. – Siberian Crane Flyway News. No 9: 6 (in Russian and English) www.sibeflyway.org

Beme, L.B. 1926. Birds of North Osetiaand Ingushetia (including adjacent areas). – Scientific notes of Institute of local history, geography and culture of North Caucases. Vol. 1. P. 175-274 (in Russian).

Beme, R.L., and S.G. Priklonsky. 1976. Report on the Siberian Crane numbers in Indigirka River Delta in 1960. – Rare, Endangered and Little Known Birds of the USSR. Proceedings of the OkaStateNature Reserve. Ed. A.S. Rak. Ryazan. Vol. 13: 96-98 (in Russian).

Bennett, R. Avery, and Eugene T. O’Brien. 1999. Use of a finger joint prosthesis for the management of tarsal arthritis in a Siberian Crane (Grus Leucogeranus). – Proceedings of American Association of Zoo Veterinarians. P. 279-282.

Berezovsky, V.G. 1991. Brief report on Siberian Crane in the eastern coast of Aral Sea, Kzyl-Orda Region”. – Rare Birds and Mammals of Kazakhstan. Alma-Ata: “Gylym”. P. 137 (in Russian).

Berezovsky, V.G. 1991. Brief report on the Siberian Crane in Turgai Lowlands, Aktyubinsk Region. – Rare Birds and Mammals of Kazakhstan. Alma-Ata: “Gylym”. P. 137  (in Russian).

Bhandari, N. 1996. Time runs out on Siberian Cranes. – DiscoverIndia. Vol. 9 (10): 38-39.

Bhatnagar, R.1980. ACase of Tumour in Siberian Crane. – Newsletter for Birdwatchers. Vol. 20 (4): 16.

Bhushan, Bharat, et al.1993. AField Guide to the Waterbirds ofAsia.Tokyo,Japan: Wild Bird Society ofJapan, Tokai Foundation, and Asian Wetland Bureau. P. 14.

Bian Xiaozhuang, Li Qingwei and Zhang Hengqing. 1990. Studies on the karyotypes of birds: 8 species of Gruiformes and Ciconiiformes. – Chinese Journal of Zoology. Vol. 25 (1): 11-15. (In Chinese)

Birdlife International. 2001. Threatened Birds ofAsia: the Birdlife International Red Data Book. 2 vols. Ed. N.J. Collar.Cambridge,UK: Birdlife International. P. 1090-1117.

Blyth, E. 1866-1867. The ornithology ofIndia- a commentary on Dr. Jerdon’s “Birds of India”. – Ibis. Vol. 2 (2): 225-258, 336-376. Vol. 2(3): 1-48, 147-185, 312-314.

Bold, A. 1981. Cranes of the Mongolian People’s Republic. – Crane Research Around the World: Proceedings of the International Crane Symposium at Sapporo, Japan in 1980 and Papers From the World Working Group on Cranes, International Council for Bird Preservation. Eds. James C. Lewis and Hiroyuki Masatomi. P. 49.

Bold, A. 1997. Birds. – Mongolian Red Book. Ed Ts. Shiirevdamba. Second edition.Ulaanbaator,Mongolia. P. 15 (in Russian and Mongolian).

Bold, A., N. Tseveenmyadag, and Boris M. Zvonov. 1995. Cranes inMongolia. – Cranes and Storks of theAmur River: Proceedings of the International Workshop. Eds. Curtis H. Halvorson, James T. Harris, and Sergei M. Smirenski.Moscow: Arts Literature Publishers. P. 42-47.

Boswall, Jeffery. 1989. Some birds at three Chinese Zoos. – Avicultural Magazine. Vol. 95 (1): 31-36.

Bouffard, S.H. 1993. Human impacts on cranes in Northeast China. – Human Population Impacts on Cranes: Proceedings of the Second Annual International Crane Symposium: People, Water and Wildlife. Eds. H.Whitaker and C. Schimmel. Kearney, Nebraska & Boulder, Colorado: National Audubon Society. P. 23-29.

Bragin, E.A. 1999. Current status of rare species of birds in North-Turgai Region and Naurzum Reserve. – Territorial Aspects of Bird Conservation in Middle Asia and Kazakhstan. Moscow. P. 85–92 (in Russian).

Bragin, E.A. 2001. Siberian Crane-2001. Kazakhstan. Observations of the Siberian Cranes (Grus leucogeranus Pall.) at Naurzum in 2001. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter, 3: 27-28 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2002. Current status of cranes in Kostanay Region, Kazakhstan. – Cranes of Eurasia(distribution, number, biology). Moscow: Crane Working Group of Eurasia. P. 93-105 (in Russian with English summary)

Bragin, E.A. 2002. Endangered Species-2001. The Siberian Crane-2001. Western Flyway. Kazakhstan. – Crane Working Group of EurasiaNewsletter. Moscow. No 3: 30 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2002. The Siberian Crane spring migration 2002. Western Flyway. Kazakhstan. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. Moscow. No 4-5: 25, 26 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2002. The Siberian Crane autumn migration 2002. Kazakhstan. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. Moscow. No 4-5: 26, 27-28 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2002. Red Data Book. The Siberian Crane. – Kazakhstan Ornithological Newsletter. Almaty: “Tethys”. P. 73 (in Russian).

Bragin, E.A. 2003. The Siberian Crane spring migration 2003. Western Flyway. Kazakhstan. – Crane Working Group of EurasiaNewsletter. Moscow. No 6: 12-13 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2004. Fall migration of cranes in the Kostanai Region, Kazakhstan. – Crane Working Group of EurasiaNewsletter. Moscow. No 7-8: 58-61 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2005. Ornithological researches on Kostanai Region in 2004. – Kazakhstan Ornithological Bulletin 2004. Almaty, 20-25 (in Russian).

Bragin, E.A. 2005. Sightings of Siberian Cranes during spring and autumn migrations in Kazakhstanin 2005. – Newsletter of the Crane Working Group of Eurasia. Moscow, 9: 42 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2006. Problems of Crane Conservation in Kustanai Region. Cranes of Eurasia (biology, protection, breeding in captivity), 2 (additional issue). Eds. S. Winter and E. Ilyashenko. Moscow. P. 153-156. (in Russian and English summary).

Bragin, E.A. 2006. Monitoring of Siberian Crane and Results of Questioning in Kostanai Region in 2005. Kazakhstan Ornithological Bulletin 2005. Almaty, “Tethys”: 167-169 (in Russian).

Bragin, E.A. 2007. The Siberian Crane Sightings in KazakhstanDuring Migrations 2006 and 2007. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. No 10: 26-28 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A. 2008. The Siberian Crane migration in Kazakhstan: review of historical and current information. Cranes of Eurasia (biology, distribution, migrations), 3. Eds. E.I. Ilyashenko, A.F. Kovshar, and S.V. Winter. Moscow, Moscow Zoo, 328-342 (in Russian with English summary).

Bragin, E.A. Siberian Crane Records in Kazakhstan from 2007 to 2010. – Crane Working Group of Eurasia Newsletter. No 11: 50-51 (in Russian and English).

Bragin, E.A., and T.M. Bragina. 2002. Fauna of Naurzum Reserve (Osteichthyes, Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves, Mammalia). Kostanai: Kostanai Printing House. 60 p (in Russian).

Bragin, E.A., and A.F. Kovshar. 2002. Big and Small Sankebai Lakes. – Most Important Wetlands of Northern Kazakhstan (Kostanai Region and West Part of Northern KazakhstanRegion). Eds. T.M. Bragina and E.A. Bragin. Moscow: Russian University. P. 123-127 (in Russian).

Bragina E.V. 2004. Premature voice changing in a Siberian Crane (Grus leucogeranus) chick. – Ornithology. Moscow: Moscow University Printing House. Vol. 31: 245-247 (in Russian with English summary).

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