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The Military Macaw is one of
80 tropical resident birds that
are of high tri-national concern
because of threats to their
populations or habitats
in Mexico.
Photo by Greg Lavaty
We thank the following people for reviewing or contributing to the development of this report and its communication:

John Alexander, Miyoko Chu, Krista De Groot, Ian Davidson, Randy Dettmers, Jennie Duberstein, Dave Duncan, Kacie Ehrenberger, John Faaborg, Christian Friis, Deb Hahn, Alicia King, Dana Kinsman, Nathalie L’Ecuyer, Ed Laurent, Carol Lively, Claudia Macias Caballero, Craig Machtans, Art Martel, Adolfo Navarro, David Pashley, Melissa Pitkin, Deborah Reynolds, Christopher Rustay, Samantha Song, Diane Tessaglia-Hymes, Len Ugarenko, Jorge Vega, José Fernando Villaseñor Gómez, Jeff Wells, and Stephen Wendt.

We also thank the over 100 Mexican ornithologists who contributed to the Mexican assessment of landbirds.

Maps were based on NatureServe's Digital Distribution Maps of the Birds of the Western Hemisphere, version 3.0 (Ridgely et al. 2007. NatureServe, Arlington, VA). Map data were provided by NatureServe in collaboration with Robert Ridgely, James Zook, The Nature Conservancy - Migratory Bird Program, Conservation International - Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, World Wildlife Fund - US, and Environment Canada - WILDSPACE.

We appreciate the kind donations by many talented photographers. All photographs in this report are owned and copyrighted by the photographers, who are credited next to their image(s).

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