COMPARISON AND ASSESSMENT OF DRUGS USED TO IMMOBILIZE ALASKAN GRAY WOLVES (CANIS LUPUS) AND WOLVERINES (GULO GULO) FROM A HELICOPTER

@inproceedings{Ballard1982COMPARISONAA,
  title={COMPARISON AND ASSESSMENT OF DRUGS USED TO IMMOBILIZE ALASKAN GRAY WOLVES (CANIS LUPUS) AND WOLVERINES (GULO GULO) FROM A HELICOPTER},
  author={W. Ballard and A. Franzmann and C. Gardner},
  booktitle={Journal of wildlife diseases},
  year={1982}
}
  • W. Ballard, A. Franzmann, C. Gardner
  • Published in Journal of wildlife diseases 1982
  • Biology, Medicine
  • One hundred and three Alaskan gray wolves and 12 wolverines were immobilized in the Nelchina and upper Susitna River Basins of southcentral Alaska between March 1977 and May 1981. Sixty five wolves were immobilized with a mixture of phencyclidine HCl and promazine HCl (PP/HCl); 38 wolves were immobilized with etorphine HCl (EHCl) and 12 wolverines were immobilized with EHCl or with a mixture of EHCl and xylazine HCl (XHCl). Phencyclidine HCl is no longer commercially available and an assessment… CONTINUE READING
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