title={BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER Dendroica virens},
  author={Dendroica virens and John Milton Cooper and Suzanne M. Beauchesne},
The Black-throated Green Warbler is part of a superspecies complex with closely related Dendroica warblers (Hermit, Golden-cheeked, and Townsend’s) (AOU 1983). Hybridization between Black-throated Green and Townsend’s Warblers (Dendroica townsendi) has been reported from the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia where the breeding ranges of these two species overlap (Rohwer 1994). Two subspecies of Black-throated Green Warblers are recognized, of which only the nominate race, D. virens virens… CONTINUE READING

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