Birder's Guide

OCT 2014

Birder's Guide is the American Birding Association's newest publication. Each issue focuses on a key subject, providing tips from experienced birders on a wide variety of topics like Travel, Listing & Taxonomy, Gear, and Conservation & Community.

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October 2014 | Birder's Guide to Listing and Taxonomy 25-B historical explanation in biogeography. Systematic Biology 27:159-188. Sangster, G. A. (2000). Taxonomic stabil- ity and avian extinctions. Conservation Biology 14:579-581. Sewall, K., R. Kelsey, and T. P. Hahn (2004). Discrete variants of Evening Grosbeak fight calls. Condor 106:161-165. Smith, J. W., and C. W. Benkman (2007). A coevolutionary arms race causes ecological speciation in crossbills. The American Naturalist 169:455-465. Soltis, P. S., and D. E. Soltis (2009). The role of hybridization in plant speciation. Annual Review of Plant Biology 60:561- 588. Wilson, E. O., and W. L. Brown, Jr. (1953). The subspecies concept and its taxo- nomic application. Systematic Biology 2:97-111. Zink, R. M. (2004). The role of subspe- cies in obscuring avian biological diver- sity and misleading conservation policy. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 271:561-564. Olea, and M. García-París (2006). Phylogeography of Pseudacris regilla (Anura: Hylidae) in western North America, with a proposal for a new taxonomic rearrangement. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39:293-304. Remsen, J. V. (2010). Subspecies as a mean- ingful taxonomic rank in avian clas- sifcation. Ornithological Monographs 67:62-78. Ridley, M. (1989). The cladistic solution to the species problem. Biology and Philosophy 4:1-16. Rising, J.D. (2005). Ecological and Genetic Diversity in the Seaside Sparrow. Birding 37(5): 490-497. Rohwer, S., E. Bermingham, and C. Wood (2001). Plumage and mitochondrial DNA haplotype variation across a mov- ing hybrid zone. Evolution 55:405-422. Rohwer, S., and C. Wood (1998). Three hybrid zones between Hermit and Townsend's warblers in Washington and Oregon. Auk 115:284-310. Rosen, D. E. (1978). Vicariant patterns and segregation of Madeiran storm petrel (Oceanodroma castro) populations in the Azores. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 353:945-953. Moore, W. S. (1995). Inferring phylogenies from MTDNA variation: mitochondrial- gene trees versus nuclear-gene trees. Evolution 49:718-726. Moritz, C. (1994). Defning evolutionarily signifcant units for conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9:373-375. Patten, M. A., and P. Unitt (2002). Diagnosability versus mean differ- ences of Sage Sparrow subspecies. Auk 119:26-35. Pigliucci, M. (2003). Species as family resemblance concepts: the (dis-)solu- tion of the species problem? Bioessays 25:596-602. Pyron, R. A., and F. T. Burbrink (2009). Systematics of the common king- snake (Lampropeltis getula; Serpentes: Colubridae) and the burden of heritage in taxonomy. Zootaxa 2241:22-32. Recuero, E., Í. Martínez-Solano, G. Parra- ABA Birding Rally Spearfsh, South Dakota For more details and registration, go to: events . aba . org e ve n t s @ a b a . o r g • 8 0 0 . 8 5 0 . 2 47 3 When : June 17-21, 2015 How Much : $1395 early bird registration price! After December 1, 2014 the price will be $1595 Hosts : Jeff Gordon, Liz Deluna Gordon, Michael Retter, Jen Brumfeld, Doug Chapman, Ted Floyd, George Armistead, and others. The Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming are a unique mountain range, with isolated breeding popula- tions of Black-backed Wood- pecker, Gray Jay, and Virginia's Warbler. Here, the deciduous forest of the east meets the pine- woods of the west, and the boreal forest of the north meets the desert scrub of the south. In addition to the Black Hills, feld trips will cover prairies, riparian areas, and even Mount Rushmore. Let's rally in Spearfsh! Photos © Bill Schmoker

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