Winter Distribution of Willow Flycatcher Subspecies

@inproceedings{Paxton2011WinterDO,
  title={Winter Distribution of Willow Flycatcher Subspecies},
  author={E. Paxton and P. Unitt and M. Sogge and M. Whitfield and P. Keim},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract. Documenting how different regions across a species' breeding and nonbreeding range are linked via migratory movements is the first step in understanding how events in one region can influence events in others and is critical to identifying conservation threats throughout a migratory animal's annual cycle. We combined two studies that evaluated migratory connectivity in the Willow Flycatcher (Empidonax traillii), one using mitochondrial DNA sequences from 172 flycatchers sampled… Expand
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