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We are not at the Oscars, but we still think it is important for us to thank the people behind the curtains of "Say Hello to the Whoopers and the Wolves: Lets Reintroduce Ourselves." The building of this site would not have been possible without the following people. A great big thanks to them all.
Nancy was one of the sponsors of this Think Quest team. She is the Outreach/Content Coordinator for La Plaza Telecommunity Foundation. Her great hints and suggestions made the site more than words on a background.
Patrick preformed CPR on weary web designers, bringing us back to life, after our web pages did not upload correctly. He also defined snippets for us.
Barbara allowed us to use photographs from her Desert Digital Library.
When we called Janet at the Bosque del Apache Bird Sanctuary, we were acquainted with a very outgoing person. She was very enthusiastic about our project and sent us tons of information on the whooping crane and the Mexican Gray Wolf.
Janet gave us the names of people that we could contact for information on both of the animals. She later sent us three beautiful photographs of the Mexican Gray Wolf.
Bruce was the person who told us about Think Quest and provided the information that we needed for the competition. He helped us figure out many of the problems that we ran into while building this site.
Meg got stuck with the gigantic task of proof reading.
David helped us with the software that we used and provided technical help when we needed it.
University of Texas Press
The University of Texas Press gave us permission to use tables, maps, and photographs from Robin W. Doughty's Return of the Whooping Crane.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
After emailing several sites on the internet, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service sent us a copy of the Whooping Crane Recovery Plan and a huge pile of information on the Mexican Gray Wolf.
All of the photographs used in this site appear in the bibliography with proper credits.