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281 Vincent Lamprey: Polyandry as an alternative husbandry strategy for the cotton-top tamarin.
Spartaco Gippoliti: A contribution to the history of zoos in Italy up to the Second World War.
John Partridge: North American river otters at Bristol Zoo.
Ken Kawata: Three little treasures in Texas.
Mark Pilgrim: Eggs and chips: newly developed software to aid artificial incubation.
280 Jon D. Blount: Design and management of a mixed-species
African Plains' exhibit: large ungulates, small carnivores anddangerous’ rodents.
Govindasamy Agoramoorthy: Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centres in South-east Asia.
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: The role of plants in zoological gardens.
Bernhard Blaszkiewitz: Rhinos in Berlin.
John Tuson: Three small zoos in the West of England.
279 Celia Ackerman: Nest-site preferences, pair-fidelity and site-fidelity in gentoo and chinstrap penguins.
Richard Perron: Conservation in the Philippines: what can we do to help?
Stephen P. Woollard: `Bug World’ at Bristol Zoo.
278 Ken Kawata: Return of El Lobo: a recovery program coming of age.
Farshid Mehrdadfar: Detecting estrus in black rhinoceros by behavioral observations.
Barrie J. Mellars: DNA avian sexing – the latest developments.
277 Diana Guerrero: Elephant management in the United States: the evolution of change.
Robert L. Russell and Robert `Mac’ West: Rainforest exhibits.
John Adams: Changes to the animal stock of British zoos, 1972–1997.
Harald Schwammer: Breeding a rare domestic animal: the Noriker horse.
G. Vakhrusheva, O. Ilchenko and T. Vorobiova: Behaviour of captive elephant shrews during parturition.
276 Obituary: Geoffrey Schomberg.
Ken Kawata: Penguins in Japanese zoos and aquariums, 1995.
Gaby V. Schwammer: Ethological studies at Schönbrunn Zoo.
Maarten de Ruiter: Breeding the red-and-yellow barbet.
Jan Vermeer: The formation of a captive squirrel monkey group.
275 Jim Joy: BioParks: today and tomorrow. [Guest Editorial]
Thomas F. Grittinger: Activity patterns in polar bears at the Milwaukee County Zoo.
John Partridge: The Twilight World of Bristol Zoo.
Sophie Sharpe: Environmental enrichment for singly-housed South American tapirs.
John G. Pickard: Wild bird rehabilitation at Wellington Zoo.
274 Christian Braendle & Thomas Geissmann: Behavioural development of a pileated gibbon.
John Partridge: A Tour of Some Zoos in The Netherlands.
Andrew C. Kitchener: Ageing the Sumatran rhinoceros: preliminary results.
Andrzej Ziober: The role of a zoo in shaping ecological awareness in children and young people.
Achim Winkler: Twin giraffes at Duisburg Zoo.
273 Spartaco Gippoliti: Animal rights, great ape conservation and zoos. [Guest Editorial]
A. Savage, D.S. Zirofsky, L.H. Soto, L.H. Giraldo & J. Causado: Proyecto Tití: an integrated approach to conserving the cotton-top tamarin.
Thomas Grittinger, Neil Dretzka, Christopher John & Valerie Werner: Evidence of dominance in captive male cheetahs.
Donna FitzRoy Hardy: International conservation and the World Wide Web.
272 Karl H. Peterson: The global decline in amphibian species: a perceptual deficit in the zoo and conservation community.
Minoru Yajima: The development of insectariums and their future.
Farshid Mehrdadfar: Neonate tending behaviors in a captive colony of naked mole-rats.
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: Talking about animals.
Ian Marshall: Breeding the spotted eagle owl.
271 Stephen P. Woollard & Andrew C. Smart: `Zoolympics’: an evaluation of an interactive education trail at Bristol Zoo.
Ewa Trzesowska and Ewa Zgrabczynska: Dietary preferences and preliminary observations on the behaviour of the striped possum.
Mathias Orgeldinger: Behavioural changes following the death of a siamang infant.
Ray Cimino: Behavioural and cognitive techniques utilised by zoos: a review.
270 [Special Issue: Zoos and in Situ Conservation]
Roland Wirth: Guest Editorial.
William Conway: The in situ conservation program of the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Sukie Zeeve: The Madagascar Fauna Group: in situ conservation initiatives for Malagasy wildlife.
Jean-Marc Lernould: A joint Franco-German-Malagasy conservation programme for Sclater’s lemur.
Gay Reinartz & James Mills: A case history for supporting field conservation: the Zoological Society of Milwaukee.
Chris Furley: The Gorilla Rescue Project, Brazzaville, Congo.
N.B.D. Lindsay: Roloway Monkey Project, Ghana.
Gordon McG. Reid: Zoo fieldwork to conserve African fishes.
Nicholas G. Ellerton: A primate survey in Gashaka Gumpti National Park, Nigeria.
John Tuson: The `Drusillas in Africa’ Project.
David R. Waugh: Loro Parque Fundación’s involvement in parrot conservation in situ.
Ronald Tilson, Neil Franklin, Philip Nyhus, Bastoni, Sriyanto, Dwiatmo Siswomartono, & Jansen Manansang: In situ conservation of the
Sumatran tiger in Indonesia.
Sarah Christie: Support for in situ tiger conservation: zoos working with Esso UK.
Reg Gates: In situ conservation in Java – Perth Zoo’s Silvery Gibbon Project.
William L.R. Oliver & Lawrence R. Heaney: Biodiversity and conservation in the Philippines.
William L.R. Oliver & Roland Wirth: Conservation programmes for threatened endemic species in the Philippines.
Marc Boussekey: Sagipin Ang Katala Sa Palawan! (Save the Philippine Cockatoo in Palawan).
Werner P. Heuschele: An Overview of in situ conservation work of the Zoological Society of San Diego.
Norman Gershenz & Leslie Saul-Gershenz: Saving wildlife in nature: a broad-based coalition.
Robert D. Klemm: A smaller zoo, a large project: development and current direction of the Paraguay Fauna Interest Group.
Hubert Lücker: Project `Cara-roxa’ and the EEP for the red-tailed amazon.
Peter Stevens: The Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust and spider monkey conservation in Venezuela.
Peter Tolson: The West Indies Fauna Interest Group.
Daniel Hilliard: The Zoo Conservation Outreach Group: linking zoo-based conservation efforts in the Americas.
Carlos Estrada-Croker, Eduardo J. Naranjo, & Brian Miller: The Mexican black agouti in Chiapas, Mexico.
Jeremy J.C. Mallinson: The development of cooperative partnerships in support of in situ conservation programmes.
Tiit Maran: Ex situ and in situ conservation of the European mink.
269 Pier Lorenzo Florio: The new aquarium in Genoa, Italy.
A.R. Thorne & P.J. Whalen: Conditioning of black rhinoceros for reproductive manipulation.
S.J. Rao & T. Whittaker: Problems in hand-rearing a single bush dog.
Angela R. Glatston: Apes in zoos – prison or sanctuary?
David Hampton: Unexplained fires in great ape houses.
268 Chris Vere: Chester Zoo’s new zoo guide.
John Visser: The capture and transport of large sharks for Lisbon Zoo.
John Tuson: Personal impressions of the zoos of Hungary.
Don Cousins: Attitudes to gorillas.
Robert Young: Visits to some zoological collections and national parks in Florida.
N. Baskar & M. Jagannadha Rao: Breeding the common palm civet at Arignar Anna Zoological Park, Madras, India. [Paradoxurus
267 Frank Rietkerk: A review of the 1994 EEP Annual Reports.
Anna Józefowicz & Rados_aw Ratajszczak: The new Nocturnal Pavilion at Pozna_ Zoo.
Ken Kawata: Large wading birds in Japanese collections, 1994.
Maarten de Ruiter: Breeding the trumpeter hornbill: an overview.
266 John Tuson: Some zoos of Poland and the former East Germany.
H. Jörg Adler: `Hands-off’, Protected Contact or Free Contact: linguistic and other problems in elephant husbandry.
Achim Johann: The EEP for the gelada baboon – an overview.
Ken Kawata: Visits to two collections in Boise, Idaho.
265 Thomas Geissmann: Gibbon systematics and species identification.
264 Rana Bayrakci: Askaniya Nova: Last sanctuary of the Ukrainian steppes.
John Partridge: A contrasting mixture: visits to some West European collections.
Jacques Prescott: The ethics of keeping animals in captivity.
263 Spartaco Gippoliti: Captive breeding programmes and wildlife conservation: some personal observations. [Guest Editorial]
Beverley G. Williams: `The Joy of Questionnaires’ – compiling the Guenon Management Guidelines.
S.V. Popov, O.G. Ilchenko & G.V. Vakhrusheva: The effect of environmental enrichment and the novelty factor on the behaviour of elephant
Marthe Kiley-Worthington: Some arguments for zoos and circuses.
262 Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: The content of the conversations of primary school groups at London Zoo.
Hubert Lücker: Dresden Zoo’s new outdoor orang-utan enclosure.
Zeta Steen: Effects of enriched food acquisition on activity budgets of two tamarin species at Adelaide Zoo.
261 Daniel Stiles and Esmond Bradley Martin: Economic boom leads to wildlife doom in Southeast Asia. [Guest Editorial]
Geoff Williams: Integrating wild-caught animals into zoos: a case study involving the collection of platypus from the wild.
Don Cousins: The African forest elephant and its status in captivity. Part II: North America.
Mathias Orgeldinger: Feeding captive siamangs: a nutrition analysis and some proposals to enhance feeding in a more natural manner.
Roland Wirth and Jörg Adler: The Endangered Primate Rescue Programme, Cuc Phuong National Park, Vietnam.
260 David R. Waugh: Management of captive cracids in Venezuela.
Leif Blomqvist: The snow leopard in captivity in 1992.
Ray Cimino: The development plan for Dublin Zoo.
259 M.R. Brambell: Obituary: Gerald Durrell.
Frank E. Rietkerk: A review of the 1993 EEP Annual Reports.
Graeme Strachan: Introducing three unrelated female chimpanzees to an existing colony.
G.V. Vakhrusheva & O.G. Ilchenko: Maintaining and breeding the piebald shrew in captivity.
John Partridge: Our teaching role.
258 Marvin L. Jones: Zoos and aquariums of Germany and the U.S.A., 1974–1986–1994.
Rana Bayrakci: Ukrainian zoos: the old and the new.
Shigeru Aoyama: Breeding the Asian arowana.
Martin Hancox: Captive breeding of badgers and some conservation implications.
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: The new children’s zoo at Schönbrunn Tierpark.
257 [OUT OF PRINT]
Ken Kawata: Pachyderms and ungulates in Japanese zoos, 1993.
Ray Cimino: Reptile welfare in zoo collections.
J.G. Pickard: A critique of European zoos from an Australasian perspective.
Hanna Sitek: Breeding bat-eared foxes at Poznan Zoo, Poland. [Otocyon megalotis.]
Erik van Vliet: The new elephant and baboon area at Beekse Bergen Safaripark.
John Partridge: Visits to some German zoos. [Krefeld, Wuppertal, Lobbecke Museum and Aquazoo (Düsseldorf), Cologne, Duisburg.]
256 Stefan Ormrod: The modern zoo – ark or showboat?
Achim Johann: Prosimians in European zoos – the work of the Prosimian Taxon Advisory Group.
Abigail J. Caudron: Mother-pup interactions in South African fur seals.
G. Vakhrusheva, I. Volodin, O. Ilchenko, and E. Pavlova: Keeping and breeding jerboas at Moscow Zoo.
Anne Cher: Breeding and hand-rearing Pesquet’s parrot at Jurong BirdPark, Singapore. [Psittrichas fulgidus.]
255 A.C. van Bruggen: Four recent commemorative zoological garden volumes: Antwerp, Berlin, Paris, Vienna.
Jan Vermeer: Notes on the management of the woolly monkey in captivity. [Lagothrix lagotricha; Apenheul.]
David Lindsay: Scientific studies of marine mammals at two U.K. facilities.
Don Cousins: Gorillas in Europe: an update. [See No. 232.]
H. Sugita and T. Komine: Group pairing of oriental white storks. [Ciconia boyciana.]
254 Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: Why do teachers visit zoos with their pupils?
Andrew Pinchin: Elephant culling: rationale, practice, alternatives.
Graham Mudway: The pine marten in captivity. [Martes martes.]
Ray Cimino: Cooperative elephant breeding between zoos and circuses – a realistic proposal?
253 [OUT OF PRINT]
Marian Diaz de Waugh and David Waugh: Veterinary medicine in Venezuelan zoos.
Jenny Thurston: Volunteers – help or hindrance?
Osamu Takenaka: Establishing chimpanzee fatherhood by DNA polymorphism.
Hiroki Nagata: How a sexually dominant chimpanzee male is replaced.
Ian Marshall: Breeding the collared scops owl. [Otus bakkamoena.]
Maarten de Ruiter: A successful hornbill nestbox. [Wreathed hornbill (Aceros undulatus).]
Tony Warburton: Zoo Profile – The Owl Centre.
252 Varvara A. Meshik: Group formation in adult Japanese macaques. [Macaca fuscata.]
Karola Walter and Mario Perschke: The use of leaves in feeding colobine monkeys.
John Dineley: Reintroducing captive dolphins into the wild – current developments.
Khaja Nazimuddeen: Hand-rearing the southern pied hornbill. [Anthracoceros convexus.]
251 Ray Cimino: Dublin Zoo – a renaissance in the 1990s?
Don Cousins: The African forest elephant and its status in captivity. Part I: Europe. [L. a. cyclotis.]
Andrew Pinchin: Conserving the Nile crocodile in Zimbabwe – the value of sustainable yield utilisation.
M. Kawai and F. Kaneko: Daily infant care by the red panda.
250 Ken Kawata: Carnivores and pinnipeds in Japanese zoos and aquariums, 1992.
Sally Walker and Malcolm Whitehead: Teaching biodiversity conservation in Indian zoos.
Mathias Orgeldinger: Monitoring body weight in captive primates, with special reference to siamangs.
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: Television broadcasts, videos and zoo visits.
Martin Hancox: Tuberculosis in zoo animals and wildlife – some conservation implications.
249 [OUT OF PRINT]
Graham Law, Hugh Boyle, Alison MacDonald, Allan Reid & Gordon McLeod: Ocelots and polar bears: flying kites for conservation?
[An imaginative conversion of an old polar bear pit.]
Ken Kawata: Captivity: a reality check. [Reflections on the use and connotations of such words as `captive’.]
John Partridge: A zoo tour to The Netherlands.
248 Koen Brouwer: The 1992 EEP Annual Reports.
Tracey Jones & Malcolm Whitehead: Baikal seal behaviour at Twycross Zoo and elsewhere.
Michael Brambell: The evolution of the modern zoo.
Spartaco Gippoliti: Rome Zoo – its history, its decline and some proposals for its future.
247 P.J. Wisniewski: Breeding for conservation in a private collection: the Endangered Species Breeding Unit. [Mainly amphibians.]
Andrew Pinchin: Zimbabwe’s rhino dehorning programme.
Diana Bratton & Norrie Dimeo-Ediger. Displacement rates at food bowls in a mixed African species aviary.
Jacques Prescott: Zoological gardens and biodiversity: from animal displays to environmental action.
246 [OUT OF PRINT]
Miranda F. Stevenson: The diana monkey studbook.
Sally Walker: Information is – or should be – free. [Zoo publications and `Third World’ countries.]
René E. Honegger: Undesirable trends in the captive management and conservation of reptiles.
Don Cousins: The puzzle of the pygmy elephant.
245 Andrew C. Kitchener: A review of the evolution, systematics, functional morphology, distribution and status of the Ursidae.
Paul M. Irven: The decline of bears in British zoos.
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: Taking animals into schools.
Khaja Nazimuddeen: Breeding and rearing the Malay fish owl.
244 Donna FitzRoy Hardy: Research in British zoos.
Andrew Pinchin: The Pan-African Decade of Duiker Research – an integrated programme of field and captive-based conservation.
Brian Bertram: The future of zoos: arks or distractions?
Martin Hancox: Sociology and post-Darwinian science – objective illusions?
John Partridge: The Association of British Wild Animal Keepers: an historical overview.
243 Ken Kawata: A review of primates in Japanese zoos, 1991.
Amanda S. Embury: The Australasian Regional Primate Taxon Advisory Group.
Marthe Kiley-Worthington: Handling and teaching zoo animals.
A. Wooldridge & P.J. Wisniewski: The western Cape Barren goose at Martin Mere: a brief history.
242 Rob Belterman & Catherine E. King: Captive management and husbandry of red-crowned cranes in Europe.
Margaret Gordon-Garrison: `More than meets the eye’ – the work of the San Diego Zoo photo department.
Geoff Williams: Platypus management in Australian zoos.
241 Christian R. Schmidt: Obituary – Prof. Heini Hediger, 1908-1992.
William L.R. Oliver: The current taxonomic and conservation status of wild pig and peccary species, with particular reference to captive breeding.
Donna FitzRoy Hardy: The Consortium of Aquariums, Universities and Zoos.
Ken Kawata: A visit to zoos in west and central New York state.
N.J. Pinder: A comparison of hand-reared and mother-reared southern sealion pups.
240 Richard Perron: The cassowary in captivity.
Thomas F. Grittinger: Social behaviour of captive adult jaguars.
Hideto Nishiki: The scimitar-horned oryx breeding programme at Tama Zoo.
John Partridge: The green acouchi.
239 Andrew Pinchin: Anthropomorphism: science and humanity.
Koen Brouwer: The 1991 EEP Annual Reports.
Richard Johnstone-Scott: The integration of Julia. [Gorillas at Jersey Zoo.]
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: Cross-curricular learning in zoological gardens.
238 John Tuson: Personal impressions of some mid-western zoos.
David Neville: Dulcie and Freddie Cooke, Aviculturists.
John Partridge: South American fur seals: some notes on their husbandry.
Don Cousins: Gorillas in North America, 1897-1955 – a chronological list.
237 Harmony Frazier-Taylor: Introducing the AAZK Zoo Infant Development Project.
Claire Ellis & Linda Hoffman: Indonesia’s Sahabat Satwa, Friends of Wild Animals.
Sally Walker: Curator of orang-utans.
P. Laurent Duvergé: Study of a pudu fawn born at London Zoo.
236 Leif Blomqvist: Captive snow leopard report for 1989.
Sue Dale Tunnicliffe: Zoo education.
A.M. Pinchin: The economic incentive: conservation and wildlife utilisation in Zimbabwe.
John Dickson: Maintaining and breeding the pancake tortoise at Bristol Zoo.
235 John Tuson: British zoo guide-books.
Abdul Jamil Urfi: The significance of Delhi Zoo for waterbird conservation.
Kumiko Hara & Hiroshi Hori: Breeding the kagu at Yokohama Nogeyama Zoo. [Rhynochetos jubatus.]
Martin Hancox: Bumble bees and the evolution of sociality.
234 A.M. Pinchin: The elephant – captivity or conservation?
Marian Diaz-Matalobos & Laura Barraza: Bridging the gap – Latin American zoos and the world zoo community.
Viktor Reinhardt: Are rhesus macaques really so aggressive?
Graham Law: The North American porcupine.
233 Pat Mansard: `Rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic’ – species, subspecies and small cat survival.
M.E. Schumann: Breeding strategy and field observations of captive cheetahs.
Teruyoshi Asano: Distinguishing individuals of the Asian arowana.
David Neville: The European directive on zoos.
Ernie Thetford: A siamang fostered at Howletts Zoo Park.
232 Chris Faulkes: The naked mole-rat.
Sally Walker: Rod Hall and British Airways Assisting Nature Conservation.
Pierre Brouard: Paris – a new director.
Don Cousins: Gorillas in Europe, 1855-1955 – a chronological list.
231 [OUT OF PRINT]
Mathias Orgeldinger: Siamangs in captivity: an overview.
John Dickson: Maintenance and reproduction of the Cuban boa.
David Neville: Kilverstone: requiem for a zoo.
Roger Cawley: Zoo Profile – Longleat Safari Park.
230 Colin Tudge: A new philosophy of zoo labelling.
Viktor Reinhardt: Uncommon tool usage by captive primates.
N. Mark Collins: Invertebrate displays in the zoos of the future.
Bob Wingate: Breeding the Hercules beetle at Whipsnade Wild Animal Park.
229 Ken Kawata: Hediger who? A plea for historical perspective.
Esmond Bradley Martin, Liu Xin Chen and Chen Ke Lin: The breeding centre for Siberian tigers in China.
Jacques Prescott and Michael Hutchins: Joining efforts to preserve biodiversity.
John Partridge: The two-toed sloth.
Richard A. Kock: Zoo Profile – Whipsnade Wild Animal Park.
228 [OUT OF PRINT]
Michael Darling and Malcolm Whitehead: The amazing cave jackal – notes on the bush dog at Twycross Zoo, U.K.
Atsushi Komori: The history of penguins at Ueno Zoo.
David Neville: British animal-keepers and the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
Michael Darling: Hand-rearing meerkats at Twycross Zoo – a diary of development.
Peggy D. Fosdick: Zoo Profile – The National Aquarium in Baltimore, U.S.A.
227 [OUT OF PRINT]
Lex Noordermeer: Visits to some French, Spanish and Portuguese zoos and aquariums.
Martin Hancox: Differences in avian and mammalian sociobiology: a reappraisal.
Günther Schleussner: Zoo Profile – Walsrode Bird Park, Germany.
226 [OUT OF PRINT]
Ken Kawata: Japan’s Species Survival Programme gets off the ground.
William McMahan: A declaration of interdependence. [Zoos and species survival.]
Jacques Prescott: The wildlife and zoos of China.
C.H. Keeling: The anti-captivity lobby – suggestions for a counter-attack.
Teresa Gutierrez de White: ACOPAZOO and the status of zoos in Colombia.
John Partridge: The Asian short-clawed otter – some husbandry notes.
225 [OUT OF PRINT]
Gotz Ruempler: The breeding of secretary birds at Münster Zoo, Germany.
Neville Brickell, Bruce Huntley & Ron Vorster: Observations on wild and captive magpie mannikins.
Robert R. Golding: Zoos as contemporary communicators.
Aleid Rensen-Oosting: Zoo Profile: Noorder Zoo, Emmen, Netherlands.
224 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anne-Marie Bisselink: Manatees at Burgers’ Zoo, Arnhem, Netherlands.
John Dineley: Principles of water treatment in aquatic mammal pools.
John Partridge: Meerkats at Bristol Zoo.
Martin Hancox: Smell as a factor in mammalian behaviour.
223 [OUT OF PRINT]
Angela R. Glatston: The red panda studbook.
Kay A. Kenyon: The zoo library – what can it do for your zoo?
M. Natsusaka: Breeding the red-eyed tree frog.
Jiri Volf: Natural or managed breeding – which is best for the Przewalski horse?
222 [OUT OF PRINT]
Dieter Ruedi & Kathleen Tobler: The International Studbook for the pygmy hippopotamus: a review.
Roland Wirth: Reintroduction – sometimes a conservation problem?
T. Nakayama, M. Furuhata & K. Nagai: Hatching and hand-raising a turkey vulture chick.
John Partridge: Cape porcupines at Bristol Zoo.
David Barnaby: The elephant, his keeper and the Royal Academy.
221 Mark Rosenthal: A zoo management course in China.
Gordon McGregor Reid: A fish rescue and breeding centre at the Horniman Museum.
Ken Kawata: `An ape in a bear costume’ – Belle Isle Zoo’s versatile spectacled bear.
Sally Walker: A zoo in the wildest wild India.
220 Alan H. Shoemaker: As leopards enter the nineties.
John Partridge: Little things can mean so much. [Environmental enrichment]
Andrew Eriksen: Breeding crocodiles and cheetahs in South Africa.
David Shepherdson, Tracy Brownback & Anne James: A mealworm dispenser for meerkats.
219 [OUT OF PRINT]
David Shepherdson: Beyond captive breeding: re-introducing endangered species to the wild.
Ian Bennet: The Chillingham wild cattle: a seven hundred year experiment in inbreeding.
Sally Walker: A three-level zoo occasion in India.
218 [OUT OF PRINT]
John M. Knowles: How much room in the ark?
Francesco Nardelli: A miracle in Vietnam. [Javan rhinoceros]
John Partridge: Mixed animal exhibits.
Ron Goudswaard: A new technique for full term incubation of kiwi eggs in an incubator.
217 [OUT OF PRINT]
Kurt Benirschke: The tagua or Chacoan giant peccary.
Sally Walker: White tigers – the Indian viewpoint.
Malcolm Whitehead: A week in the life of Twycross Zoo’s education department.
Peter Jackson: Saving the cats – the IUCN/SSC Cat Specialist Group.
216 Chryssee Perry Martin: Raising a baby tiger in Africa.
Jessica Holm: The scandal of trade in wild-caught parrots.
215 [OUT OF PRINT]
Leif Blomqvist: Status of the captive snow leopard in 1987.
Betsy L. Dresser: Indian desert cat birth makes history.
Richard O’Grady: A paradise for bears at Glasgow Zoo.
C.H. Keeling: What were you doing on Saturday 7th October 1950?
Sally Walker: Sangai in Indian zoos. [Manipur brow-antlered deer]
214 [OUT OF PRINT]
William Johnson: Monk seal conspiracy.
S. Paulraj & R. Thiruthalinathan: Breeding behaviour of Indian python.
M. Hancox: Badger conservation via captive-bred releases and translocations.
Pat Mansard: Some environmental considerations for small cats. [Ocelot & leopard cat]
N.M. Collins, J.E. Cooper & D. Hughes: Management and welfare of invertebrates in captivity.
213 [OUT OF PRINT]
John Partridge: The old ones 5. [Edinburgh Zoo]
Alice Miser: Progress of two young orangs at Topeka Zoo.
Gustavo A. Seluja: Bird sexing: look to the growing feather.
Mike Collett: New bear exhibit at Perth Zoo.
Arne Schiotz: Danmarks Akvarium – old but alive.
212 [OUT OF PRINT]
John Partridge: The old ones 4. [Dublin Zoo]
G.A. Crook: Red pandas at Adelaide Zoo.
Walter Leal Filho & Milena M.S.A. Leal: Animal conservation in Brazilian zoos.
Sally Walker: 4th All India Zoo Director Meeting.
211 Thomas F. Grittinger & D. Schultz: Underwater behaviour of captive polar bears.
M. Hancox: Some observations on ecology of coastal otters.
John Partridge: The old ones 3. [Bristol Zoo]
P. Dee Boersma: Magellanic penguins of Patagonia.
210 [OUT OF PRINT]
A.V. van Bruggen: Amsterdam Zoological Gardens, 1938-1988.
Don Cousins: Why is the gorilla such a large primate?
John Partridge: The old ones 2. [London Zoo ii]
M. Hancox: Badgers as social carnivores.
Bruce Read: Throwing a lifeline to the endangered kouprey.
209 John Partridge: The old ones 1. [London Zoo i]
Peter M.C. Stevens: Ne ne or bust. [Hawaiian goose]
M. Hancox: Pine marten recolonisation in Britain.
Sally Walker: The animal baggers. [Indian animal dealers]
Yves Girault: From the flea to the elephant. [New developments at Paris Zoo]
208 Eric K. Fox: Successful hatching of a great spotted kiwi.
Benny Shalmon: The Aravah gazelle.
Amelia S. Terkel: 1987 – Year of the Elephant in Ramat-Gan.
Gary H. Lee & Jon Charles Coe: Greenspace for primates. [Landscaping exhibits]
Anon (Sally Walker?): A tale of two Indian city zoos.
207 Gill Marais: Yalooni – a dream come true. [Arabian oryx]
Randall L. Brill: Can dolphins listen through their lower jaw?
M. Hancox: Badgers’ social behaviour – Part 2.
J. David Ligon: The evolution of co-operation in birds.
John Partridge: Quolls and devils. [Carnivorous marsupials]
206 D. Makin, J. Davis & H. Mendelssohn: The plight of bats in Israel.
Tony Warburton: Captive breeding and release of the barn owl.
Francesco Nardelli: The zoo – last haven, last chance?
M. Hancox: Badgers’ social behaviour – Part 1.
205 [OUT OF PRINT]
Christian R. Schmidt: The European Breeding Programme (EEP).
John Wortman: The Equine Exhibit, Denver Zoological Gardens. [Zebras]
Carrol C. Platz: Evaluating the fertility of the male lowland gorilla.
Marlena G. Cooper: American golden eagle reproduction.
M. Hancox: Woodpeckers in focus.
204 [OUT OF PRINT]
Pier Lorenzo Florio: A cetacean rescued. [Dolphin]
Kevin Mason: The superb lyrebird.
Jessica Holm: The native red squirrel.
Viktor Reinhardt: Coping with spacial confinement. [Musk oxen]
203 [OUT OF PRINT]
Viktor Reinhardt: Social behaviour of North American bison.
Steve Wilson: Breeding oriental small-clawed otters at Melbourne Zoo.
S. Paulraj & S. Subbarayalu Naidu: Breeding the Malabar giant squirrel.
Catherine E. King & Steffan Patzwahl: First successful hatching of the eastern white stork outside of China.
Yossi Leshem: Migrating birds over the Middle East.
202 [OUT OF PRINT]
M. Hancox: Badger conservation in perspective.
Alan Rabinowitz, Patrick Andau & Paul P.K. Chai: The clouded leopard in Malaysian Borneo.
John Partridge: Three months in the sun. [Doha Zoo, Qatar]
Francesco Nardelli: Conservation of the Javan rhinoceros.
201 [OUT OF PRINT]
Peter Bunyard: Dam threatens wildlife sanctuary.
Pat Sammarco: The lesser or collared anteater.
Ron Ringer: Elephant talk. [Command words for elephant keepers]
200 [OUT OF PRINT]
Sally Walker: Maneata: an apology for the tiger.
William L.R. Oliver: Jersey-bred conies go wild in Jamaica.
Douglas M. Richardson: Polar problems. [Polar bears]
Martin Hancox: European badger breeding in captivity.
Gary K. Clarke: A multi-dimensional zoo exhibit. [Apes at Topeka Zoo, Kansas]
199 [OUT OF PRINT]
Sanford Friedman: Breeding endangered species.
Martin Banks: Breeding the black rhinoceros in Great Britain.
Lee Boyd: A study of Przewalski horses at Topeka Zoo, U.S.A.
Rosemary Low: Breeding the Tahiti blue lory.
Vicki Lyn Bridge & Lin Ming-Sheung: Notes on rearing Chinese pangolins.
Don Richardson: Managing a colony of Victorian koala at the Los Angeles Zoo, U.S.A.
198 [OUT OF PRINT]
Russell Toft: Zoo or conservation breeding centre.
Paul Shapcott: Catching the black rhinoceros for transportation at Bristol Zoo.
Hans-Juergen Schroeder: Preventing inbreeding in captive populations: American black bears in captivity.
197 [OUT OF PRINT]
Robert Berghaier: Reflections on Central Africa. [Gorillas]
Alan Roocroft: Skin care in elephants.
Sally Walker: Breeding plot bears fruit: a Nilgiri langur baby.
Ron Goudswaard: Breeding the North Island brown kiwi.
196 David Makin & H. Mendelssohn: Development of bat population in Israel.
R.E. Stebbings: Britain’s largest population of hibernating bats under threat.
Susanne Wozniak & Werner Lantermann: Breeding the green-cheeked Amazon parrot.
Michael Stanner: Monitoring the desert monitor.
J.L. Throp: Accreditation: why do we need it?
Donald C. Richardson: Illness and recovery in a male koala.
195 [OUT OF PRINT]
David Houston: Can the Californian condor survive?
Russell Toft: Merely a question of boredom.
John Aspinall: The Howletts gorilla bands.
Bernard Sayers: Longterm survival plan for exotic owls in British collections.
Lyn Abra: Keeping a bird-eating spider.
194 Peter Dickinson: Maintenance, behaviour and breeding of African spur-thighed tortoise.
Laura Schuchard: Rehabilitation of red kangaroo with Downeroo syndrome.
P.J. Best: Contemporary coyotes in Ontario.
193 Malcolm Coe: The acacia and its interaction with animals.
Susan M. Barnard: Reptile care: nutritional disorders.
John Aspinall: Sentiment and tigers.
P.J. Wisniewski: The Libyan jird in captivity.
Peter Halliday: The year of the male. [Gorillas at Howletts]
192 David Bowles: The Californian sealion.
John Brannian & Connie Cloak: Notes on behaviour of two captive short-nosed echidnas.
Susan M. Barnard: Reptile care: environment and temperature.
191 Peter Karsten: Displaying natural rearing of beaver.
Roger Milstrey: Rock hyrax – little brothers of elephants.
Douglas M. Richardson: Management of Siberian lynx at Howletts Zoo Park.
Janis Ott-Joslin: Keeping dolphins healthy (and happy) at Brookfield Zoo, U.S.A.
190 Sanford Friedman: Conservation of endangered species.
H.G. Young: Night herons in captivity.
Philip U. Alkon & David Saltz: Studying the behavioural ecology of Negev porcupines.
John Brannian: Separation depression in an adult female orang utan.
Floyd Sandford: The zoo’s role in animal behaviour education.
189 [OUT OF PRINT]
G.M. Benbow: Veterinary work in a safari park.
George B. Rabb: Genesis of Tropic World. [Brookfield Zoo, Chicago]
Miranda F. Stevenson: Penguins in captivity.
Edward C. Schmitt: Expedition: New Guinea.
188 [OUT OF PRINT]
John Cohen: Captive breeding of hooded vultures.
M. Hutchins, D. Hancocks & C. Crockett: Naturalistic solutions to the behavioural problems of captive animals.
Devra G. Kleiman: Panda breeding.
187 Angus Martin: The zoo as a community resource.
Y. Markovsky & B. Pinshow: The Saharan sand viper.
A.C. Van Bruggen: Symposium on zoological gardens in the Netherlands.
Betsy L. Dresser: Rare bongo embryo transferred to eland.
186 [OUT OF PRINT]
Ed Ramsey: Propagation programmes for endangered species.
George Bingham: Taronga’s veterinary quarantine centre.
H.G. Young & M. Kilkenny: Breeding history and husbandry of twin-wattled cassowary at Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland.
Sue Scott: The grizzled grey tree kangaroo.
Margaret Mackay: Hand-rearing long-nosed echidna.
185 Andrew Laurie: The rhinoceros in Asia.
Richard J. Wood: Spontaneous use of sticks as tools by gorillas at Howletts Zoo Park, England.
David J. Chivers: Primate conservation in Asia.
184 [OUT OF PRINT]
Ivo Poglayen-Neuwall: Introduction of exotic ungulates into New Mexico.
Steve Clevenger: The role of the modern zoo in the preservation of species.
183 [OUT OF PRINT]
Fred Jacobs: Goeldi’s beautiful monkey.
Mike Lockyer: Azoturia in a Grant’s zebra.
Cathy Rickabaugh: Hand-rearing and wild fostering of two bald eagle chicks.
Don Cousins: Notes on the genus Mandrillus.
T. Bobrowicz: Atlantic bottle-nosed dolphins at Windsor Safari Park.
182 R.J. Elgar: Humming birds: their care and management.
Connie Cloak & John Brannia: Echidna study at the Topeka Zoo.
Werner & Dorothee Stamm: Thoughts on the use and abuse of studbooks.
Bill Clark: African wild ass.
181 [OUT OF PRINT]
L.S. Mowbray: The Galapagos penguin at the Bermuda Government Aquarium.
Ing. Struzka Milos: Egg-laying and incubation in the emu.
Ron Parrish: Breeding the noisy pitta.
Peter B. Pugh: Advances in hand-rearing techniques for thick-billed parrot at the Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust.
180 [OUT OF PRINT]
Gunther Wennrich: Keeping Asian white storks at Vogelpark Walsrode, Germany.
Wendy Wienker: Giraffe squeeze cage procedure for hooftrimming at Woodland Park Zoo.
Janet Rasmussen: Maned wolves – a new perspective.
A. Milstrey: The fox on stilts.
Oliver Claffey & Bob Johnson: Captive reproduction of the sheltopusik (Ophisaurus apodus).
179 Don Cousins: Mortality factors in captive gorillas.
Randy Brill: Dolphin training.
John Partridge: The management of the pygmy hippopotamus at Bristol Zoo.
178 [OUT OF PRINT]
P.L. Florio: Birth of a lion x leopard hybrid in Italy.
Robert W. Henderson: Reptiles on the air. [Electronic tracking of wild snakes]
Kenneth R. Kaemmerer: Longevity of primates at the Dallas Zoo.
John Aspinall: Some aspects of behaviour in the Howletts gorilla colony.
Charles Cordier: Reminiscences of live animal collecting in Zaire.
Thomas J. Foose: The Species Survival Plan of the AAZPA.
177 Susan Clarke & G. Mitchell: Primate predation report: survey results.
Stephen R. Wylie: Breeding the African spoonbill at the St Louis Zoological Park, U.S.A.
The Hawk Trust: The barn owl in Britain.
G. Wennrich: Sunbathing behaviour in five species of ibises (Threskiornithidae) at the Walsrode Bird Park, Germany.
Ted Daehnke: Spider monkey breeding at the California Alligator Farm.
Dra. M. Celma: Madrid’s panda female, Shao-Shao, gives birth to twins.
176 [OUT OF PRINT]
Haruo Ohtsu: Masked palm civet (Paguma larvata) in nocturnal exhibit.
Uwe W. Peters: The breeding of endangered reptiles.
J. Sabater-Pi: Gorilla births in Barcelona Zoological Gardens.
175 [OUT OF PRINT]
Terry Boyland: Reptile pits: for and against.
Shin-Ichiro Chamura: Breeding of the masked palm civet.
Don Cousins: Dental disease in the gorilla.
Eberhard Curio: Individual menus of anoles.
174 Jan Smielowski, Piotr Stanislawski & Tadeusz Taworski: Breeding the giant anteater.
Thomas F. Grittinger & Ralph J. Konrath: Management of snow leopards at Milwaukee.
Andre P. Verstraete: Primate collections at Antwerp & Planckendael.
James D. Paterson, Valerie M. McGrath & Alan Smart: Stress and the development of gibbon behaviour.
173 Stella Brewer: Freddie’s story. [Rescue and rehabilitation of a poached chimpanzee]
David M. Jones: Veterinary care of non-domestic species.
Joe B. Blossom: New technique for species labels at Slimbridge.
172 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anon.: Al-Areen Wildlife Park and Reserve. [Bahrain]
Frank Seminerio: Imitating nature at Rio Grande Zoo. [Simulating natural rock formations]
Chris W. Furley & Peter Dickinson: Arabian oryx herd at Al Ain Zoo.
F.L. Widholzer, M. Bergmann & C. Zotz: Breeding the little spotted cat (Felis tigrina).
171 [OUT OF PRINT]
Barbara Rothstein: Ringtailed lemur (Lemur catta) behaviour on a zoo island.
David M. Jones: Ungulate status in the wild and in captivity.
Nigel Sitwell: Keeper courses by correspondence.
170 [OUT OF PRINT]
Graham Law & Hugh Boyle: Breeding caracals at Calderpark.
E. Michael Douglass: First gorilla born using artificial insemination
Tan Bangjie: Wild horses found in northern China.
Nigel Sitwell: New zoo opens in Greater Miami.
169 [OUT OF PRINT]
James B. Murphy: Breeding Bothrops at Dallas Zoo.
John Aspinall: Double disaster at Howletts.
Andre Schenker: Longevity records at Basle Zoo.
168 Jan Hatley: The educational role of zoos.
Sylvie Cantin & Jacques Prescott: Visitor routes at Quebec Zoo.
167 Roland Wirth: Indonesian parrots need zoos’ help.
Sylvie Cantin & Jacques Prescott: Species popularity at Quebec Zoo.
Tom Begg: Visits to Spanish zoos.
166 John Coborn: Saving Europe’s herpetofauna.
Ernst Kullmann: New enclosures at Cologne Zoo. [Lemur & colobus]
Peter Ferguson: New zoo for Tripoli.
165 [OUT OF PRINT]
S. David McKelvey: Red jungle fowl (Gallus gallus): a zoo necessity.
A. Schenker et al.: Keeping and breeding the waldrapp ibis (Geronticus eremita).
Randall L. Eaton: On behavioural research in zoos.
Nigel Sitwell: Dream comes true with Arabian oryx.
164 [OUT OF PRINT]
L.G. Goodwin: Science in the zoo.
Jan van den Brink: Three Asian zoos. [Karachi, Colombo, Kathmandu]
S. David McKelvey: Breeding the arrow-marked babbler (Turdoides jardinei) at San Antonio Zoo.
163 [OUT OF PRINT]
Don Cousins: The status of Mandrillus in British zoological collections, with notes on conservation.
C.H. Keeling: The Sousse zoological garden. [Tunisia]
Leif Blomqvist: The 1978 register for the captive population of snow leopards.
162 [OUT OF PRINT]
Michael R. Brambell: Controlling the trade in endangered species.
Ken Kawata & Joe Bennett: Elephants in U.S. zoos mid-1976.
P.J. Sharp: Moitaka Wildlife Sanctuary and Crocodile Farm, Port Moresby.
161 Greysolynne J. Fox: Successful siamang husbandry at the Milwaukee County Zoo.
Richard Johnstone-Scott: Notes on mother-rearing in the western lowland gorilla.
David Hancocks: A note on using natural artifacts in zoo exhibits.
160 [OUT OF PRINT]
Lord Fisher: Four South American zoos.
Clayton F. Freiheit: A visit to four Chinese zoos.
P.W. Lowe: The introduction, management, care and behaviour of the bare-throated bell bird (Procnias nudicollis).
159 [OUT OF PRINT]
Zhang Cizu: Wild elephant breeds in Chinese zoo for the first time.
J.A.V. Roman: Ecological distribution of Dominican iguanas.
Jan Smielowski: Births of white American tapirs.
Marvin L. Jones: Longevity of mammals in captivity.
158 Harold Pearson: International Okapi Symposium.
Marvin L. Jones: Visits to the Omaha and Wichita Zoos, U.S.A.
Don Cousins: External measurements of captive gorillas.
Dra. M. Celma: Giant pandas at Madrid Zoo.
157 [OUT OF PRINT]
Hua Chin: China’s first baby giant panda reproduced through artificial insemination.
P.J. Sharp: Notes on the Paris zoos and some German zoos visited in August 1978. [Bochum, Dortmund, Krefeld, Munster, Osnabruck,
Dennis R.H. Levy: Madrid Zoo.
Michael Hutchings, David Hancocks & Theresa Calip: Behavioural engineering in the zoo: a critique (Part III).
156 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anon.: Orca Society hopes to decipher killer whale language.
S. David McKelvey: Notes on breeding the Kenya crested guinea fowl (Guttera pucherani).
Anon.: Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo, New South Wales.
W.J. van den Brink: A model for a `geo-zoo’ with minimal technical equipment and simplified management.
Michael Hutchings, David Hancocks & Theresa Calip: Behavioural engineering in the zoo: a critique (Part II).
155 [OUT OF PRINT]
Don Cousins: The reaction of apes to water, with reference to filled moats.
Ken Kawata & Mike Hendy: A perspective: zoo-going and animal popularity.
Michael Hutchings, David Hancocks & Theresa Calip: Behavioural engineering in the zoo: a critique (Part I).
154 [OUT OF PRINT]
Pierre Brouard: Blij-Dorp Zoo’s Notogaea exhibition.
Marvin L. Jones: A visit to some central and eastern European zoological collections – Part 2. [East Berlin, Warsaw]
153 [OUT OF PRINT]
Leif Blomqvist: First International Snow Leopard Conference in Helsinki.
Jan R. van Oosten: IECF awards. [International Ecological Conservation Foundation]
152 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anon.: The Howletts and Port Lympne collection of wild animals.
Marvin L. Jones: A visit to some central and eastern European zoological collections – Part 1. [Cologne, West Berlin]
Andre P. Verstraete: Thoughtful labels show a thinking zoo.
151 [OUT OF PRINT]
John Knowles: Milestone at Marwell.
Mary Elizabeth Raw: A survey of elephants in the British Isles.
Mark Rich: Elephant orphanage.
P.J. Sharp: Zoos of the Low Countries. [Antwerp, Planckendael, Rotterdam, Wassenaar, Amsterdam]
Don Cousins: Notes on bacterial & fungal infections in the gorilla.
Ernst Lang: Some remarks about the okapi.
Christian R. Schmidt, Jeremy J.C. Mallinson & Peter Weilenmann: International cooperation for captive breeding of the pygmy hog (Sus
H. Van Rompaey: Longevity of a banded mongoose (Mungos mungo gmelin) in captivity.
150 [OUT OF PRINT]
Don Cousins: The diminutive Pan. [Pygmy chimpanzee]
Pierre Brouard: Lisbon’s unusual zoo guest. [Black rhino with third (grafted) horn]
John Coborn: Captive breeding of red-billed hornbills (Tockus erythrorhyncus) at Cotswold Wild Life Park.
Anon.: How to play your client for a sucker; or a crook’s advice to a zoo architect.
149 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anon.: Breeding the southern elephant seal at Antwerp Zoo.
Don Cousins: Breeding gorillas in zoos.
Dieter Poley: New African enclosure in Heidelberg Zoo.
P.J. Sharp: Report on the Jardin des Plantes and Vincennes Zoological Park, Paris.
Steven Joines: Introduction of incompatible gorillas at the San Diego Wild Animal Park.
Chris Carlson: Polygraph testing for emu egg fertility at Indianapolis Zoo.
148 [OUT OF PRINT]
L. Kuschinski & L. Brown: Maintenance and breeding of the Indian fruit bat at Calderpark Zoo, Glasgow.
Mats Amundin: Bottlenosed dolphin birth in Kolmardens Dolphinarium.
Francisco L. Widholzer & Walter A. Voss: Notes on breeding the king vulture.
Jan Bouman: The International Foundation for the Preservation and Protection of the Przewalski Horse.
Jan Bouman: Some conclusions and reflections about inbreeding of the Przewalski horse.
Dick Dekker: Manatee born at Artis Zoo, Amsterdam.
147 [OUT OF PRINT]
W. Gewalt: Tasmanian devil twins born at Duisburg Zoo.
Anon: Biblical scenes in the Jerusalem Zoological Garden.
Don Cousins: The white tiger and its status in captivity.
Andre P. Verstraete: Orang utan breeding in the United Kingdom.
146 [OUT OF PRINT]
Susanne Adams & Georgia Babladelis: An ecological approach to animal groups in zoos – Part 2.
Jeremy Mallinson: The re-discovery of the pigmy hog.
Anon.: Partial hand-raising of a male polar bear cub at the Rio Grande Zoo, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
145 [OUT OF PRINT]
Susanne Adams & Georgia Babladelis: An ecological approach to animal groups in zoos – Part 1.
144 [OUT OF PRINT]
Ron Snyder: Putting the wild back into the zoo. [Displaying hunting behaviour at Brookfield Zoo]
Marvin L. Jones: Second captive generation reproduction of orang utans.
143 [OUT OF PRINT]
Paul Garland: A new zoo park in Christchurch.
Douglas Dickins: A far eastern marineland. [Ocean Park, Hong Kong]
142 [OUT OF PRINT]
L.C. Rookmaaker: The identity of the one-horned rhinoceros in Berlin 1874-1884.
K.H. Lindau: Death of polar bears following food poisoning.
Dra. M. Celma: Zoo de la Casa de Campo, Madrid.
141 [OUT OF PRINT]
Jeremy Mallinson: Panel to investigate the long-term breeding of greater anthropoid apes in Great Britain and Ireland.
R.T. Reuther: Some comments on the Caribbean, its animals and animal facilities.
Alan H. Shoemaker: Two years after opening – the zoo in Columbia.
140 [OUT OF PRINT]
Martin John: Moscow: trade partner for zoo and circus – meeting place of a thousand animals.
Gerald Durrell: Gerald Durrell’s Mauritian expedition.
Tom Goldsberry: Of Bangkok, bazaars and bantengs.
139 [OUT OF PRINT]
Joe Bennett: A summary on maintaining a pair of siamangs in captivity.
Mark S. Rich: The Alaska Children’s Zoo.
138 [OUT OF PRINT]
Richard Quick: Gorilla habitat display. [Houston Zoo, Texas]
Dennis Levy: Personal impressions of Yugoslavia.
Bengt Larsson: Birth of a zebra.
137 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anon.: The new lion terraces at London Zoo.
Don Cousins: Censuses of gorillas in zoological collections with notes on numerical status and conservation.
M. Murofushi: Keeping the Australian echidna in captivity.
D.E. Murphy: Enrichment and occupational devices for orang utans and chimpanzees.
136 [OUT OF PRINT]
William G. Conway: Zoos and conservation.
I.S. Suwelo: Zoological gardens in Indonesia.
135 [OUT OF PRINT]
R. Glover: A South American zoo. [Rio de Janeiro]
Y. Ota: Breeding of the Cape penguin (Spheniscus demersus).
134 [OUT OF PRINT]
Dennis R.H. Levy & Pierre Brouard: Impressions of Quito Zoo.
Alan H. Shoemaker: Chinese leopard studbook.
Pierre Brouard: Rare birds in Czech zoos.
Anon.: Cheetahs bred by private owner in Holland.
133 [OUT OF PRINT]
Bent Jørgensen: How a boy of seventeen started it all! [Founder of I.Z.N. in 1951]
Gerard Van Dam: Has my ideal been realised? [Editor of I.Z.N. 1954-1973]
Norman Myers: How is China’s wildlife faring?
132 [OUT OF PRINT]
Alan H. Shoemaker: Persian leopard studbook.
John Coborn: Munster’s zoological garden.
Thomas F. Grittinger: Scent marking behaviour of captive cheetahs.
Prudence Hutshing: Mystery surrounding zoo’s Galapagos Islands tortoise nears solution. [Identifying subspecies at San Diego.]
131 [OUT OF PRINT]
Pierre Brouard: Rare mammals in Czech zoos.
Ian F. Spellerberg et al.: Extracts from 1975 Symposium on Conservation and Captive Reptiles and Amphibians.
Gotz Ruempler: Walruses in Bremerhaven’s `Zoo-by-the-Sea’.
130 [OUT OF PRINT]
Alan Shoemaker: Amur leopard studbook.
William Newland: Riviere Noire, Mauritius.
C.H. Keeling: Iceland’s only zoological garden.
Georgia Babladelis: Gorilla births in captivity.
B.M. Marsault: Auks breeding in captivity.
C.H. Keeling: The Tunis Zoological Garden.
129 [OUT OF PRINT]
A.P.G. Michelmore: International Symposium on Zoo Design and Construction, Paignton, May 13-15, 1975.
Laurence Gledhill: Woodland Park Zoo’s `Project Caspar’. [Breeding lion-tailed macaques]
Pierre Brouard: The terrarium of the Parque del Este, Caracas, Venezuela.
Clayton F. Freiheit: Denver Zoo opens Bird World.
J.D. Romer: Hong Kong’s `new’ zoo.
128 [OUT OF PRINT]
Randall L. Eaton: Status of felids in Western Hemisphere zoos with emphasis on breeding smaller species
127 [OUT OF PRINT]
Richard Glover: The eland, and a hope that failed in Victorian England.
Anon: Anoas at the West Berlin Zoo.
Jeremy J.C. Mallinson: Two months in Zaire.
126 [OUT OF PRINT]
Heinz-Georg Klos: For the first time: birth of a gorilla at West Berlin Zoo.
125 [OUT OF PRINT]
Ken Kawata: Bactrian camels in Japanese zoos.
Anon: The woolly monkey colony at Looe, Cornwall, England.
Patricia Stathatos: Zoos in Greece.
Holger Poulsen: Keeping chimpanzees occupied in captivity.
Ronald D. Nadler: Breeding of the gorilla in captivity.
124 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anon: Photo-feature on social and parental behaviour in a woolly monkey group.
123 [OUT OF PRINT]
Loren E. Coleman: Melanistic phases of Felidae in captivity: preliminary survey results.
Pierre Brouard: Giant pandas at the Vincennes Zoo, Paris.
122 [OUT OF PRINT]
Marvin L. Jones: The okapi in captivity.
Richard Glover: Knowsley Hall: a tale of lost opportunities.
Ronald T. Reuther: Zoo and wildlife conservation.
121 [OUT OF PRINT]
K. Ozawa and H. Hori: Breeding of Andean condor.
Rolando Romero: Notes on the red-fronted macaw.
Charles Watson: Report on the experimental enrichment of the chimpanzee environment.
P.L. Florio: The Parc Zoologique National de Rabat.
120 [OUT OF PRINT]
Anon: Animal acupuncture in China.
Anon: The history of the Philadelphia Zoological Garden.
119 [OUT OF PRINT]
(No long `feature-type’ articles)
118 [OUT OF PRINT]
Gunther Nogge: Kabul Zoo.
Prior to 1974, I.Z.N. was edited in the Netherlands, and we have only a few copies from that time.