Jill Liske-Clark

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Jill Liske-Clark is the coordinator for the Nebraska Bird Partnership. She has worked with scarlet macaws in Costa Rica, spotted owls in California and declining shrubland birds in Massachusetts but is thrilled to be working for bird conservation in her home state.

 

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