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    Cerulean Warbler is a bird with problems; this migratory
    bird lives in environments on which large numbers
    of people depend for an adequate productive
    livelihood, energy, high quality wood products, coffee,
    and cacao. Solving the biological problems of this
    species in its complex environments poses a difficult
    challenge. The Cerulean Warbler Technical Group was
    formed in 2001 to provide a forum to share information
    about this bird, and to identify and test solutions to the
    problems it faces. Members of this successful effort
    are dedicated to developing and sharing information
    in a spirit of mutual respect, open communication
    and trust. In October 2008 we visited Bogota and
    San Vicente de Chucuri to meet with those colleagues
    that can better understand the conditions on the
    non-breeding grounds, seeking to forge partnerships
    between actors from the North American breeding
    grounds and actors from South and Central America;
    addressing the problems faced by the birds in socially
    responsible, and economically productive ways. We
    were joined by colleagues with similar aspirations for
    collaborative solutions to the problems of another
    migratory bird, the Golden-winged Warbler.

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    Hamel, Paul B. 2008. On the importance of the Cerulean and Golden-winged Warblers summits in the National Federation of Coffee Growers of Colombia in Bogotá. BioCarta 13, p.4. Cenicafe, Manizales, Colombia, online version.

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