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Black Hills Warbler Population Not So Isolated After All


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This week's Editor's Pick from The Auk demonstrates that even though they're separated from the rest of their species by hundreds of kilometers, the Virginia’s Warblers that colonized South Dakota’s Black Hills two decades ago continue to maintain genetic ties with the rest of their species. These results provide some of the first insights into how the genetic diversity of species around the world may be affected as ranges expand and shift due to climate change. Read the press release at http://aoucospubsblog.org/2016/02/24/black-hills-warbler-population-not-so-isolated-after-all/.

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