The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Brian Clauss is a biological technician (wildlife) at USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. Brian has worked on various research and release projects involving sandhill cranes and whooping cranes. Brian's primary duties include caring for the crane colony, assisting with crane related research, performing maintenance tasks related to crane facilities and equipment.
Wildlife Biology, Biological Science
Results of an experiment to lead cranes on migration behind motorized ground vehicles, Urbanek, Richard P.; Stahlecker, Dale W.; Ellis, D.H.; Clauss, B.; Watanabe, T.; Mykut, R.C.; Kinloch, M.; Ellis, Catherine H
Results of the second (1996) experiment to lead cranes on migration behind a motorized ground vehicle, Ellis, D.H.; Clauss, B.; Watanabe, T.; Mykut, R.C.; Shawkey, M.; Mummert, D.P.; Sprague, D.T.; Ellis, Catherine H.; Trahan, F.B.