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Subject   [소식] 2004 Animal Behavior Management Alliance (ABMA) Conference
2004 Animal Behavior Management Alliance (ABMA) Conference


DATES: April 4-9, 2004
HOTEL: Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
LOCATION: Baltimore, Maryland

Conference Hosts
The National Aquarium in Baltimore and the Baltimore Zoo are hosting the 2004 ABMA conference.








Important Dates for Conference

January 1, 2004.....paper/poster submission deadline
January 1, 2004.....hotel room guarantee deadline
January 15, 2004....100% refund registration fee
February 1, 2004....early registration deadline
February 15, 2004...50% refund registration fee
March 1, 2004.......no registration refunds after this date
April 4-9, 2004.....conference dates

Conference overview
This conference will provide attendees with basic through advanced training theory and methods through lectures and workshops. Attendees will learn how positive training methods can be applied to zoo and aquarium animals, laboratory animals, farm animals, and pet animals to enhance their care and welfare. Site visits to the zoos and aquarium will provide first hand experiences with trainers and animals with live demonstrations of training and enrichment. In addition to tours and workshops, the conference will include 20-minute formal presentations, plus posters, and video sessions. Submissions will be considered for inclusion in the conference proceedings for the benefit of other animal professionals. The conference will focus on animal enrichment and positive reinforcement training as tools for better behavior management of animals in any setting.

Guest Speaker
Our keynote speaker will be Karen Pryor, author of “Don’t Shoot the Dog”, “On Behavior”, “Lads Before the Wind” and numerous other publications on animal behavior and training. Karen Pryor is a scientist with an international reputation in two fields, marine mammal biology and behavioral psychology. Through her work with dolphins in the 1960’s she helped pioneer positive animal training methods. She is a founder and leading proponent of clicker training, a worldwide movement involving new ways to communicate positively with pets and other animals. She is the founder and CEO of a behavioral publishing company, Sunshine Books, Inc., and its on-line divisions. You can learn more about Karen Pryor at www.clickertraining.com




Registration Information


Registration is limited – please register early!

Registration fees and payment:
Early registration (before February 1, 2004)
ABMA members $195.00
Non-members $225.00

Late registration (after February 1, 2004)
ABMA members $220.00
Non-members $250.00

**Please make all checks to:
National Aquarium in Baltimore

**Please DO NOT make checks to ABMA or send membership money in the same check as the registration***

Send registration materials and checks to:
Sue Hunter
Biological Programs Department
National Aquarium in Baltimore
Pier 3 501 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Registration includes:
• Admission to the National Aquarium in Baltimore and The Baltimore Zoo on April 4th
• Breakfast, Dolphin Training Demonstration at the Aquarium, Aquarium
tour on April 6th
• Breakfast, Training and behind the scenes tours at The Baltimore Zoo on April 7th
• Banquet at the Aquarium on April 8th
• Transportation, lunch, admission, training and behind the scenes tours at The National Zoo
• Admission to The Baltimore Zoo post conference on April 10th and 11th
• Conference proceedings on CD mailed to all registered participants post conference


Tentative Itenerary



Sunday April 4th Event Location
Free admission to The Baltimore Zoo
throughout the day for registrants

2:00 – 5:00 Registration Foyer

6:00 – 9:00 Icebreaker Foyer

Monday April 5th
8:30 – 10:00 Conference Welcome Ballroom
Sue Hunter
ABMA First Vice President
Manager of Animal Programs
National Aquarium in Baltimore
Linda Pill
Mammal Supervisor
The Baltimore Zoo

Welcoming Remarks David Pittenger
Executive Director – National
Aquarium in Baltimore

Billie Grieb
President – The Baltimore Zoo


Opening Remarks Gary Priest
ABMA President
Curator of Applied Behavior
Zoological Society of San Diego

Keynote Speaker Karen Pryor
Author of “Don’t shoot the dog!”


10:00–10:30 Break Foyer

10:30–12:30 Presentations Ballroom

HOW TO OVERCOME TRAINING OBSTACLES AND
ACHIEVE RESULTS WHEN TRAINING 21 AFRICAN
WILD DOGS
Beth Carroll Vasquez and Nicole King, Denver Zoological Gardens


ENDLESS SUMMER: TRAINING FOR THE SAKE
OF ENRICHMENT
Tricia Brown and Christopher Bellows, Sea World San Antonio

DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF AN ENRICHMENT
PROGRAM FOR NUTRIA (Myocastor coypus)
Sally Stanley and Nicole Begley, New Jersey State Aquarium

BIRDS DON’T TALK: THE EFFECTS OF OPERANT
CONDITIONING ON A FISH CROW (Corvus ossifragus)
AND A NOVICE TRAINER
Brenda Young, Capron Park Zoo

NOT JUST ANOTHER DAM EXHIBIT
Kim Smith, Smithsonian National Zoological Park


12:30 - 2:00 **National Aquarium in Baltimore’s new Australian
exhibit – update (5-10 minutes)
John Seyjagat, National Aquarium in Baltimore
Lunch on own

2:00 – 3:30 Presentations Ballroom

MAKE A CHILD SMILE! USING ANIMAL TRAINING
AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT AT
WILDARCTIC TO ENHANCE THE GUEST EXPERIENCE
Eric Otjen and Mike Price, WildArctic Sea World San Diego

TRAINING CHEETAHS TO A MECHANIZED LURE
Janet Ramsay and Susie Ekard, San Diego Wild Animal Park

INNOVATIVE DOLPHIN ENCOUNTERS: BROADENING THE EXPERIENCE FOR BOTH GUESTS AND ANIMALS
Dielle Havlis and Grey Stafford, PhD, Dolphin Quest Oahu

3:30 – 4:00 Break

4:00 – 5:30 Workshop: Training 101/The Basics Ballroom

5:30-7:00 Dinner on own

7:00-8:30 Workshop: Aggression/advanced training Ballroom


Tuesday April 6 Event Location
8:00 – 9:00 Continental breakfast at aquarium Pier 4 Atrium

9:00 –9:30 Special dolphin training demonstration Pier 4 Amphitheatre

9:30-12:30 Tour aquarium and view posters Aquarium

*11:00 Dolphin show Amphitheatre

12:30 – 2:00 Lunch on own

2:00 – 4:00 Presentations Ballroom

THE ART OF TRAINING
Steve Martin, Natural Encounters Inc.

TRAINING SPOTTED EAGLE RAYS (Aetobatus narinari)
TO DECREASE AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR TOWARDS
DIVERS
Holley Stone Muraco and Andy Stamper D.V.M., Disney’s
Epcot The Living Seas

A CASE REVIEW FOR DIAGNOSIS AND MONITORING
OF HYPERTENSION IN A GERIATRIC GIANT PANDA
IN OCEAN PARK USING OPERANT CONDITIONING
Jason CL TANG and Paul NK NG, Ocean Park Corporation Hong Kong

DISCOVERY COVE: MAXIMIZING GUEST EXPERIENCE
THROUGH OPERANT CONDITIONING
Charmaine A. van der Elst and M. Rousser, Dolphin Cove Florida

TRAINING PENGUINS TO INTERACT WITH ENRICHMENT
ITEMS FOR LASTING EFFECTS
Eduardo J. Fernandez, Rickey Kinley, and William D. Timberlake
Indiana University and The Cincinnati Zoo

4:00-4:30 Break

4:30-6:00 Presentations Ballroom



TRANSRECTAL ULTRASOUND TRAINING ON 0.2
AFRICAN ELEPHANTS: DOLLY AND ANNA AT THE
BALTIMORE ZOO
Colleen Baird, The Baltimore Zoo

TRAINING BIRDS FOR HUSBANDRY AND
MEDICAL BEHAVIORS TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE
STRESS
Barbera Heidenreich, Animal Training and Consulting Services

THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION OF OPERANT
CONDITIONING TECHNIQUES WITH HORSES IN
SOUTH AFRICA
Jenku Dietrichsen, Kathryn Dietrichsen, S. Kimmey and
Charmaine van der Elst*

75 ANIMALS EVACUATED, 75 ANIMALS REMAINED…
150 ANIMALS SAVED
Megan Thomas, Priscilla Carbajal, Sarah Harrison, America’s
Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College

6:30 End of day - Dinner on own

Wednesday April 7 Event Location
8:00-8:30 Bus trip to zoo Hotel South
St. entrance

8:30-9:30 Zoo continental breakfast Waterfowl Lake

9:30-11:30 Behind the scenes tours/training sessions Waterfowl Lake
11:30-1:30 Tour zoo on own

1:30-2:00 Bus trip to hotel Main entrance

2:00 – 3:30 Lunch on own

3:30 – 5:30 Presentations Ballroom

BEN: AN AGGRESSIVE CASE STUDY USING
CLICKER TRAINING TO SHAPE AGGRESSIVE
CUES INTO EXTINCTION
Emma Marie Parsons, Karen Pryor’s Clicker Training

TRAINING RELIABLE CADAVER SEARCH DOGS
FOR LOCATING HUMAN REMAINS
Jane Servais, Mid-Atlantic D.O.G.S. Inc.

The True Reach of Operant Conditioning:
Successful Utilization by a Quadriplegic Handler
Misty O’Neal and Sheri Soltes, Texas Hearing and Service Dogs

5:30 – 6:30 Break

6:00 –7:30 Silent auction/heavy hors d’oeuvres Foyer

7:00-8:30 Poster Presentations Ballroom

AMERICAN ALLIGATOR TRAINING AT
BROOKFIELD ZOO
Joyce Peterson, Brookfield Zoo

BEHAVIORAL MODIFICATION OF AN AMERICAN
BLACK BEAR THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE
Amy Gaubatz, The Baltimore Zoo

GREEN ENRICHMENT: INCORPORATING
RECYCLING INTO A ZOO’S ENRICHMENT
PROGRAM
Joanne Luyster and Jane Anne Franklin, Louisville
Zoological Garden

OPERANT CONDITIONING IN FOUR SPECIES OF BIRDS
AT LINCOLN PARK ZOO
Kristin Dvorak, Lincoln Park Zoo

PROTOCOL FOR FLY-OFF SITUATIONS WHEN
FLYING BIRDS IN OPEN AREAS OR OFF OF A
CREANCE LINE
Nicole Begley, Natural Encounters, Inc.

THE USE OF DOGS (Canis familiaris) IN THE SCENT
IDENTIFICATION OF COYOTE (Canis latrans) SCAT
Megan M. Draheim and Dr. Larry Rockwood, George Mason University

WORKING THROUGH REGRESSION AND USING POSITIVE
REINFORCEMENT TO MODIFY THE BEHAVIOR OF A
MILDLY AGGRESSIVE FENNEC FOX
Denila Cremona, San Diego Zoo’s Children’s Zoo


Thursday April 8 Event Location
7:00-8:30 Coffee social at Starbucks Gallery 2nd floor

8:30-10:30 Presentations Ballroom

STRATEGIES FOR CHANGING CUES FOR VISUALLY
IMPAIRED PHOCIDS
Michelle Stevens, New Jersey State Aquarium

EVOLVING A CALLITRICHID BEHAVIORAL HUSBANDRY
PROGRAM INTO AN INNOVATIVE EDUCATIONAL
PARTNERSHIP-COMPLETING THE CIRCLE:
CALLITRICHID BIOLOGY, CONSERVATION, AND
CAPTIVITY
Michelle Farmerie, Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium

TRAINING AN OLDER ORANGUTAN (Pongo pygmaeus abelii)
FOR VOLUNTARY INJECTION
Jackie Craig, Toronto Zoo

THE ANATOMY OF A SPECTACLED BEAR
(Tremarctos ornatus) PROGRAM
Dana Vasquez, Raul Vasquez, Sr., and David Morales,
Wildlife Conservation Society, Queens Zoo

SMALL BRAINS, BIG IDEAS…DON’T UNDERESTIMATE
THE MIND OF A HERP
Flavio Morrissiey and Mei Len Sanchez
Gatorland, Orlando FL

10:30-11:00 Break

11:00-12:30 Presentations Ballroom

THE TRANSFER OF ANIMAL TRAINING SKILLS FROM
MARINE MAMMAL TO GIANT PANDA IN OCEAN PARK
Paul NK NG, Ocean Park Corporation, Hong Kong

A FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF SELF INJURIOUS
BEHAVIOR IN AN OLIVE BABOON (Papio hamadryas
Anubis)
Nicole Dorey, Jesus Rosales-Ruiz, Richard Smith and Bryan
Lovelace, University of North Texas

THE DESIGN OF A GIRAFFE RESTRAINT DEVICE
INTO A PREEXISTING BARN
Gil Myers, The Baltimore Zoo

ENRICHMENT: A TWO-WAY STREET
America’s Teaching Zoo Enrichment Committee
Charlotte Woertier, Celeste Cambereri and Erin Ford
America’s Teaching Zoo, Moorpark College

12:30-2:00 Lunch on own

2:00-4:00 Presentations Ballroom

RISK/BENEFIT OF BEHAVIOR MODIFICAITON OF THE
MOUNTAIN GORILLA (Gorilla beringei beringei): A
conservation tool or detriment?
Dr. Mike Cranfield, The Baltimore Zoo

THE TAMING OF THE SHREWS: UTILIZING BEHAVIOR
MANAGEMENT TO INCREASE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT
AND IMPROVE HUSBANDRY FOR GIANT ELEPHANT
SHREWS (Rhynchocyon petersi)
Heidi Hellmuth and Kelly McCafferty, Philadelphia Zoo

MEDICAL TRAINING AT THE CHILDREN’S ZOO
Nicki Boyd, San Diego Zoo

FIXED-TIME FOOD SCHEDULES AND THEIR EFFECTS
ON ACTIVITY PATTERNS IN TWO ADULT POLAR
BEARS (Ursus maritimus)
Eduardo J. Fernandez and William D. Timberlake, Indiana
University and The Indianapolis Zoo

POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING AS A
RESEARCH TOOL FOR BIOMEDICAL AND
REPRODUCTIVE MANAGEMENT OF GIANT
PANDAS (Ailuropoda melanoleuca)
Laurie Perry, Lisa Stevens, and David Powell PhD,
Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park

4:00-7:00 Break

7:00-11:00 Banquet at Aquarium Pier 4 Atrium

Friday April 9 Event Location
7:00-8:00 Continental breakfast Hotel Foyer

8:00-9:00 Bus trip to National Zoo Hotel South
St. entrance

9:00-10:00 Welcome remarks and orientation Visitor Center
Lucy Spellman – Director Auditorium

10:00-2:30 Behind the scenes tours/training sessions Use map
Tour zoo on own Lunch-use coupons provided

2:30-4:00 Bus trip to hotel Bus circle
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