||P.1 right column 2nd paragraph: "Results from long-term surveys, accounting for both increasing and declining species, reveal a net loss in total abundance of 2.9 billion (95% CI = 2.7-3.1 billion) birds across almost all biomes, a reduction of 29% (95% CI = 27-30%) since 1970 (Fig. 1 and Table 1)." P.2 left column top paragraph: "Across breeding biomes, grassland birds showed the largest magnitude of total population loss since 1970—more than 700 million breeding individuals across 31 species— and the largest proportional loss (53%): 74% of grassland species are declining. (Fig. 1 and Table 1). All forest biomes experienced large avian loss, with a cumulative reduction of more than 1 billion birds. Wetland birds represent the only biome to show an overall net gain in numbers (13%), led by a 56% increase in waterfowl populations (Fig. 3 and Table 1). Surprisingly, [investigators] also found a large net loss (63%) across 10 introduced species (Fig. 3, D and E, and Table 1)."