|Areas of Expertise/Interest: Crane husbandry, restoration of avian populations|
Agency Special Achievement Awards, 1991 (USFWS), 1995 (NBS)
Special Act Awards, 1992, 1993
ecology of a nonmigrating population of whooping cranes in Florida:
behavioral and habitat changes to increase survival.
of methods for the restoration ecology of cranes
Nicolich, J. M., G. F. Gee,
D. H. Ellis, and S. G. Hereford.
fertility in whooping cranes and Mississippi sandhill cranes at Patuxent
Wildlife Research Center. Proceedings
North American Crane Workshop. 8. In
Jones, K. L. and J. M. Nicolich. 2001. Artificial
insemination in captive whooping cranes:
results from genetic analyses.
Zoo Biology. In press.
Ellis, D. H., G. F. Gee,
S. G. Hereford, G. H. Olsen, T. D. Chisolm, J. M. Nicolich, K. A.
Sullivan, N. J. Thomas, M. Nagendran, J. S. Hatfield. 2000. Post-release
survival of hand-reared and parent-reared Mississippi sandhill cranes.
Nesbitt, S. A., M. J. Folk, M. G. Spaulding, J. A.
Schmidt, S. T. Schwikert, J. M. Nicolich, M. Wellington, J. C. Lewis, T.
H. Logan. 1997.
An experimental release of whooping cranes in Florida – the first
three years. Proc. North Am.
Crane Workshop 7:79-85.
Wellington, M., A. Burke, J. M. Nicolich, and K. E. O’Malley. 1996. Chick rearing. Pages 77-104 in D. H. Ellis, G. F. Gee and C. M. Mirande, edotors. Cranes: their biology, husbandry and conservation. National Biological Service, Washington D.C. and International Crane Foundation, Baraboo, Wisconsin, USA.
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