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Reproductive Success of Belding's Savannah Sparrows
in a Highly Fragmented Landscape


We extend special thanks to Bonnie Peterson, who spent many hours in the field with us collecting data. Mark Tucker, Brian Collins, Callie Mack, Phil Rouillard, Lorraine Parsons, and Elizabeth Olsen also assisted in the field. We thank the Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge and the Chula Vista Nature Center for interest and encouragement in this project. Joy Zedler, Jill Terp, James Rising, Robert Whitmore, Thomas Martin, Nathaniel Wheelwright, and two anonymous reviewers provided helpful comments on the manuscript.
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