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Acknowledgements

Suggest Citation for this Report:

North American Bird Conservation Initiative, U.S. Committee, 2010. The State of the Birds 2010 Report on Climate Change, United States of America. U.S. Department of the Interior: Washington, DC.

ImageStrip.jpgContributors:

Project Leads: Brad Bortner, Paul Schmidt

Science Team: Brad Andres, Eleanora Babij, Laurel Barnhill, Bob Blohm, Greg Butcher, Jorge Coppen, Charles Francis, Debbie Hahn, David Mehlman, David Pashley, Daniel Petit, Kenneth V. Rosenberg, John R. Sauer, Frank Thompson, George Wallace, Jennifer Wheeler

Communications Team: Miyoko Chu, Ashley Dayer, Steve Holmer, Alicia Frances King, Blythe Thomas, Nancy Severance

Editor: Alicia Frances King

Designer: Susan Steiner Spear

Graphic Layout: Alicia Frances King

We thank the following people for reviewing or contributing to the development of this report: John Alexander, Beth Andujar, Fred Amidon, Jaime Collazo, Chris Elphick, Holly Freifeld, Michael Green, Dave Howell, Raymond King, Mark Koneff, Dave Krueper, David Leonard, Kent McFarland, Daniel K. Niven, Maura Naughton, Jessica Hardesty Norris, Melissa Pitkin, Doug Tucci, Eric VanderWerf, Scott Yaich.

Special thanks to Doug Inkley and John Wiens for their peer review.

Special thanks to Greg Delisle and Pat Leonard for their work on this website.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service took the lead in creating this report through an unprecedented partnership involving the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, State wildlife agencies, and nongovernmental organizations as a subcommittee of the U.S. North American Bird Conservation Initiative (NABCI).

 

 

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