International Zoo Yearbook : Vol 23
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International Zoo Yearbook : Vol 23 Birds of Prey by P. J. S. Olney

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Published by Intl Pubn Service .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Zoological Gardens

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL11202859M
ISBN 100800236173
ISBN 109780800236175

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International Zoo Yearbook: Vol Birds of Prey (Project Homework) [Mike Corbishly] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. About this Item: Zoological Society of London, , International Zoo Yearbook, Volume pages with illustrations. Hardbound, good plus dust jacket, text in very good condition. Original publication, not a modern reprint. International Zoo Yearbook: Vol Breeding Endangered Species in Captiviy First Edition by Olney (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Olney. Hand-rearing Agile wallabies at Ueno Zoo, Tokyo (pages 13–16). RYUJI NAKAZATO, TAKASHI NAKAYAMA and SHIRO NAKAGAWA. Article first published online: 18 DEC | DOI: /jtbx.

About International Zoo Yearbooks The International Zoo Yearbook (IZY) was launched in by the Zoological Society of London and is an international forum for the exchange of information on the role of zoos in the conservation of biodiversity, species and habitats. Investigative and data-collection work into the biology and behaviour of wild animals is increasingly dependent on co-ordinated. Zoo and aquarium based ecotourism is another method by which zoos and aquariums make financial contributions to developing countries. Both the AZA and many of its member institutions have developed various funds to support field conservation programs, with each fund having a very specific initiative. Book Reviews. A Review of International Zoo Yearbook. A Review of International Zoo Yearbook, Vol edited by P.J.S. Olney. London, The Zoological Society of London. , pp. £ hardback, £ softback Patrick T. Redig; Pages: Cambridge Core - Ecology and Conservation - Zoo Conservation Biology - by John E. FaAuthor: John E. Fa, Stephan M. Funk, Donnamarie O'Connell.

  Captive wild animal nutrition: a historical perspective - Volume 56 Issue 3 - Ellen S. DierenfeldCited by: Jambo's older sister Goma, born on 23 September in Basel, was the first gorilla born in Europe and lived in the Zoo Basel until her death in Before Jambo was transferred to Jersey Zoo, Jambo and Goma had a son named Tamtam, who was born at Zoo Basel on 2 May , and died at Wuppertal Zoo Born: 17 April , Zoo Basel, Basel, Switzerland. The asteroid Copito, discovered by Spanish astronomer J. Manteca, is named in his honour.; A scholarship for research on primatology was created in memory of and homage to Snowflake. Snowflake's fame also helped to promote awareness of the endangered gorilla species. An illustration and brief description of Snowflake (as to ) appears in the Italian children nonfiction book series. The yearbook compiled by the Zoological Society of London retains its division into 3 main sections. Section I is a collection of articles on aquatic exhibits in zoos and aquaria with special reference to the problem of keeping dolphins, whales and others in captivity. Section II New developments in the zoo world, includes descriptions of the courtship and breeding of elephants, and the.