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OCT 2016

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36 Birder's Guide to Listing & Taxonomy | October 2016 Species Changes 2007. Mitochondrial DNA variation and phylogeogra- phy of the Eastern and Western Screech-owls. Condor 109(3):617-627. 152. Pruett, C. L., C. M. Topp, J. M. Maley, K. G. McCracken, S. Rohwer, S. Birks, S. G. Sealy, and K. Winker. 2013. Evi- dence from the genetics of landbirds for a forested Pleis- tocene glacial refugium in the Haida Gwaii area. The Con- dor 115:725–735. 153. Rasmussen, P.C. and J.C. Anderton. 2012. Birds of South Asia: the Ripley guide. Vols 1 & 2. Second Ed. National Museum of Natural History-Smithsonian Institute, Michi- gan State University, and Lynx Edicions, Washington, D.C., Michigan, and Barcelona. 154. Remsen, Jr., J.V. 2015. Review of HBW and BirdLife In- ternational illustrated checklist of the birds of the world volume 1: non-passerines by del Hoyo and Collar, 2014, Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. Journal of Field Ornithology, 86: 182–187. 155. Rising, J. D., Jackson, D. A., and Fokidis, H. B. 2009. Geo- graphic of Savannah Sparrows. Wilson Journal of Orni- thology 121:253-264. 156. Rising, J.D. 1996. The sparrows of the United States and Canada. Academic Press, San Diego, CA. 157. Rising, J.D. 2000. Biology of The Emberizidae- ecological and genetic diversity in the Seaside Sparrow. Birding (Sep- Oct): 490-496. 158. Robb, M. and K. Mullarney. 2008. Petrels night and day: a Sound Approach guide. Sound Approach. Poole, Dorset, UK. 159. Robertson, C., and G. Nunn. 1998. Towards a new tax- onomy for albatrosses. In: Albatross biology and conserva- tion (eds Robertson G,Gales R), pp. 13–19. Surrey Beatty, Chipping Norton. 160. Rohwer, S. 2013. Molt intensity and conservation of a molt migrant (Passerina ciris) in northwest Mexico. Con- dor 115: 421-433. 161. Rojas-Soto, O.R, A Espinosa de los Monteros and R.M. Zink. 2007. Phylogeography and patterns of differentia- tion in the Curve-billed Thrasher. Condor 109:456-463. 162. Rojas-Soto, O.R. 2003. Geographic variation of the Curve- billed Thrasher (Toxostoma curvirostre) complex. Auk. 120:311-322. 163. Ruegg, K. 2007. Divergence between subspecies groups of Swainson's thrush (Catharus ustulatus ustulatus and C. u. swainsoni). Ornithological Monographs 63: 67-77. 164. Ruegg, K. 2008. Genetic, morphological, and ecological characterization of a hybrid zone that spans a migratory divide. Evolution 62(2): 452-466. 165. Ruiz-Sánchez, A., K. Renton, R. Landgrave-Ramírez, E.F. Europe, and Asia. Princeton University Press, Princeton. 136. Olsson, U., P. Alström, L. Svensson, M. Aliabadian, and P. Sundberg. 2010. The Lanius excubitor (Aves, Passeri- formes) conundrum—Taxonomic dilemma when molec- ular and non-molecular data tell different stories. Molecu- lar Phylogenetics and Evolution 55(2): 347-357. 137. Orthmeyer, D., J. Y. Takekawa, C. R. Ely, M. L. Wege, and W. E. Newton. 1995. Morphological variation in Great White-fronted Geese in the Pacific Flyway. Condor 97(1):123-132. 138. Outlaw, D. C., G. Voelker, B. Mila, and D.J. Girman. 2003. Evolution of long-distance migration in and historical biogeography of Catharus thrushes: a molecular phyloge- netic approach. The Auk, 120(2): 299-310. 139. Parchman, T.L., C.W. Benkman, and S.C. Britch. 2006. Patterns of genetic variation in the adaptive radiation of New World crossbills (Aves: Loxia). Molecular Ecology 15, 1873-1887. 140. Pieplow, N. 2007. Colorado Crossbill types: 2, 4 and 5. Colorado Birds: 41: 202-206. 141. Pieplow, N. 2010. Evening Grosbeak call types. Retrived from: http://earbirding.com/blog/archives/1601 142. Pieplow, N. 2011. Splitting Mountain Chickadee. Retrived from: http://earbirding.com/blog/archives/2675 143. Pieplow, N. 2012. Eastern and Western Blue-gray gnat- catchers. Retrived from: http://earbirding.com/blog/ archives/3518 144. Pieplow, N. 2013. "Russet-backed" vs. "Olive-backed" Swainson's Thrushes. Retrived from: http://earbirding. com/blog/archives/4417 145. Pieplow, N. 2013. A Bicknell's Thrush Critique. Retrived from: http://earbirding.com/blog/archives/4655 146. Poole, A. (Ed.). 2016. The birds of North America online. Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca. Retrieved from: http:// bna.birds.cornell.edu/bna/ 147. Potapov, R. and R. Sale 2013. Grouse of the World. New Holland. 148. Powell, A.F.L A., F. K. Barker, and S.M. Lanyon. 2008. A complete species-level phylogeny of the grackles (Quisca- lus spp.), including the extinct Slender-Billed Grackle, in - ferred from Mitochondrial DNA. The Condor 110(4):718- 728. 149. Pratt, H.D. 2011. Observations on species limits in the Great Egret (Ardea alba) complex. Journal of Heron Biol- ogy & Conservation 1: 5 Online 150. Preston, C. R. and R. D. Beane. 2009. Red-tailed Hawk (Buteo jamaicensis), The birds of North America online (A. Poole, Ed.). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca. 151. Proudfoot, G.A., F.R. Gehlbach, and R.L. Honeycutt.

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