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Nongame Birds, Small Mammals, Herptiles, Fishes:
Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge, 1995-1996


We express our sincerest thanks to J. Koerner, W. Schultze, and the rest of the staff at Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge for housing, equipment, and personal assistance during this project. Field technicians R. Kempf, M. Sprenger, and C. King helped with data collection. Members of the Minnesota Herpetological Society assisted with a general herptile survey in May 1995. W. Goodpaster prepared mammal museum specimens and R. Timm was curator for the specimens at the University of Kansas. L. Flake, G. Larson, D. Willis, and D. Evans provided thesis copy reviews of this manuscript. M. Brashier and T. Molengraaf provided final manuscript editing and layout. T. Symens helped with typing and correspondence. P. Evenson helped with statistical treatment of the data. The collective assistance of all these people and others made this project possible.

Funding and support for this project was provided by Federal Aid to Wildlife Restoration (W-107-R, Job No. 8) via the South Dakota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Research Work Order #54), the National Biological Service, the U.S. Geological Survey—Biological Resources Division, South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks, South Dakota State University, and the Wildlife Management Institute.

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