Breeding, Repatriation, and Relocation

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Flavio de Barros Molina (São Paulo Zoo, Brazil), Peter Pritchard (Florida Audobon Society, Winter Park), Alison Haskell (Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst), Linda Cayot (Charles Darwin Research Station, Quito, Ecuador), David Morafka (California State University—Dominguez Hills, Carson, California), Walter Sachsse (Institut für Genetik, Arbeitsgruppe Cytogenetik, Mainz, Germany), Vivian Páez (Proyecto Terecay, Fundación Natura, Santa Fe de Bogatá, Colombia), Xavier Elguezabal (Servicio Autonomo de Fauna, Ministerio del Ambiente y de los Recursos, Naturales Renovables, Caracas, Venezuela), and Edward Mullen (Science Applications International Corporation, Santa Barbara, California).

Survival of Relocated Tortoises: Feasibility of Relocating Tortoises as a Successful Mitigation Tool
Edward B. Mullen and Patrick Ross  VIEW ABSTRACT

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Headstarting Redbelly Turtles in Massachusetts (Abstract)
Alison Haskell, Terry E. Graham, Curtice R. Griffin, and Jay B. Hestbeck  VIEW ABSTRACT

Predator-Proof Field Enclosures for Enhancing Hatching Success and Survivorship of Juvenile Tortoises: A Critical Evaluation
— David J. Morafka, Kristin H. Berry, and E. Karen Spangenberg  VIEW ABSTRACT

Captive Breeding of Indian Turtles and Tortoises at the Centre for Herpetology/Madras Crocodile Bank
Romulus Whitaker and Harry V. Andrews  VIEW ABSTRACT (PHOTO)

Management Plan for the Giant Amazonian Turtle, Podocnemis expansa, in De La Tortuga Arrau Wildlife Refuge, Orinoco River, Venezuela
Lina Licata and Xabier Elguezabal  VIEW ABSTRACT

Large-Scale Breeding of Turtles at São Paulo Zoo: Implications for Turtle Conservation in Brazil
Flavio de Barros Molina  VIEW ABSTRACT (PHOTO)

Rearing and Repatriation of Galápagos Tortoises: Geochelone nigra hoodensis, a Case Study
Linda J. Cayot and Germán E. Morillo  VIEW ABSTRACT

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