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Forest and Rangeland Birds of the United States

Natural History and Habitat Use


We thank those who helped us in various ways. Contributors of information for the matrices of bird habitat use include G. N. Back, University of Nevada (Great Basin); L. Frederickson, University of Missouri-Columbia (wetlands of the central Mississippi drainage); A. J. Bjugstad, USDA Forest Service (Northern Plains); D. Patton and R. Szaro, USDA Forest Service (Southwestern Deserts); T. Keeney and W. Laudenslayer, USDA Forest Service (California); P. R. Canutt, USDA Forest Service (Pacific Northwest); W. Burbridge, USDA Forest Service (Intermountain West); W. P. Zeedyk, USDA Forest Service (Southwest); J. C. Capp, USDA Forest Service (Rocky Mountains); K. Sideritz, USDA Forest Service (Northern Rockies); P. B. Hamel, Tennessee Natural Heritage program (South and Southeast); C. Keller and K. Gutzwiller, University of Wyoming.

C. S. Robbins and D. Bystrack, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, provided Breeding Bird Survey data for the entire United States. J. J. Green and C. J. E. Welsh compiled information on bird species occurrence for the matrices. R. D. Nelson and R. D. Lindmark, USDA Forest Service, and C. H. Halvorson, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, reviewed the manuscript draft. J. Scott voluntarily typed the natural history section.

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