Breeding In Captivity

Author: Stacy Bolt
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762799307
Size: 50.70 MB
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Breeding In Captivity from the Author: Stacy Bolt. Breeding in Captivity takes us on Stacy Bolt’s journey to have a child at "advanced maternal age," first with the help of a Really Expensive fertility specialist, and then ultimately through a local adoption agency. But this isn’t your typical serious memoir about struggling with infertility; it’s an entertaining, witty read that perfectly balances humor with its more poignant moments. Breeding in Captivity is about a quirky, lovable couple that you root for through their fertility struggles and adoption adventures. It's about the hundreds of Internet message boards where annoyingly perky women from Kappa Alpha Fruitcake refer to sex as "babydancing" and sprinkle virtual "baby dust" on each other. It’s about meeting birthmothers and deciding on open adoptions. It’s about being chosen and then having a birthmother change her mind. But ultimately, it’s about hope, how life can surprise you, and laughing through the insanity.

Breeding In Captivity

Author: Lindsaye Van Merlin
Publisher: [Yarmouth, N.S.] : Merlin Publications
ISBN: 9780978118105
Size: 27.62 MB
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Breeding In Captivity from the Author: Lindsaye Van Merlin.


Author: Jerry G. Walls
Publisher: Tfh Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9780793820702
Size: 34.60 MB
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Tortoises from the Author: Jerry G. Walls. Tortoises covers in detail the natural history, care, and breeding of most common as well as most unusual tortoise species in the terrarium hobby today.

Snakes Lizards

Author: John Coborn
ISBN: 9781564651761
Size: 58.62 MB
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Snakes Lizards from the Author: John Coborn.


Author: Ronald G. Markel
Publisher: TFH Publications
ISBN: 9780793802739
Size: 56.39 MB
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Kingsnakes from the Author: Ronald G. Markel.


Author: Peter W. Scott
Publisher: TFH Publications
ISBN: 9780793820504
Size: 67.70 MB
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Axolotls from the Author: Peter W. Scott. Axolotls are among the most popular salamanders in the world, and within the pages of this book you'll find all the information needed to successfully house, feed, and breed them. With over sixty pages of authoritative text and an equal number of full-color photos, this book is a true bargain.

Conservation Of Endangered Species In Captivity

Author: Edward F. Gibbons
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791419113
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Conservation Of Endangered Species In Captivity from the Author: Edward F. Gibbons. This multi-disciplinary approach to conservation of endangered species in captivity is organized taxonomically and by scientific discipline. The seven taxonomic groups included are invertebrates; fish, reptiles and amphibians, birds, marine mammals, primates, and other mammals. Within each taxonomic group, four scientific disciplines are explored: conservation, reproductive physiology, behavior, and captive design. Conservation chapters summarize the status of the taxonomic group both in the wild and in captivity. Reviewed in the reproductive physiology chapters are anatomy, endocrinology and physiology for females and males of the taxonomic group. In the section on behavior the functions of captive animal research, the methods used, and the problems encountered are discussed. And, in examining captive design the authors provide a general historical outline of the philosophies, trends, and scientific issues for the targeted taxonomic group.


Author: Manolito Pinkguni
Publisher: Tfh Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9780793803637
Size: 36.11 MB
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Piranhas from the Author: Manolito Pinkguni. A guide to keeping piranhas with information about the physical characteristics of the different varieties, their care and feeding, and how to set up and maintain the aquariums in which they will make their home.

The Budgerigar In Captivity Housing Feeding Breeding Colour Production Exhibition And Teaching To Talk

Author: Denys Weston
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1473355869
Size: 11.83 MB
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The Budgerigar In Captivity Housing Feeding Breeding Colour Production Exhibition And Teaching To Talk from the Author: Denys Weston. This antique text contains a detailed handbook pertaining to the proper care and management of budgerigars in captivity, including information on housing, diet, breeding, colour production, and training. A great guide for both prospective and existing budgerigar keepers, this text contains everything one might need to know. This handbook is concise yet detailed, making it a great quick reference guide for those with queries. The chapters contained herein include: 'Description of the Wild Budgerigar', 'Housing', 'Feeding', 'Breeding', 'The Moult', 'Colour Varieties', 'Colour Production', 'Diseases', 'Exhibition', 'Education of the Budgerigar', 'Bird Pests', and 'The Standard Budgerigar Show Cage - Photography and Description'. This text has been chosen for modern republication because of its educational value, and is proudly republished here complete with a new introduction on aviculture.