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Did Trumpeter Swans ever breed in Ohio?

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Acknowledgments

 

 The author gratefully acknowledges valuable assistance from the following persons in the course of researching this paper: David A. Brinkman, Adam Byrne of the Michigan Bird Records Committee, Julie Craves of the Rouge River Bird Observatory, Phil Davis of the Maryland Ornithological Society, Bob Glotzhober of the Ohio Historical Society, Don Hammer, Janet Hinshaw of the University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology, Stuart Houston, Bob Kennedy of the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, Greg Lasley of the Texas Bird Records Committee, Harold Mayfield, Bruce Peterjohn, Brian Redmond  and Robert Segedi of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Dave Sherman of the Ohio Division of Wildlife, and David Styer.

 

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