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Title: Genetic studies of Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis): genetic tagging and individual identification from feathers, and determining phylogeography, gene flow and population history for Goshawks in North America

Author: Bayard de Volo, Shelley;

Date: 2008

Source: Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University. Thesis. 133 p.

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: The Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) is a large, highly mobile, mostly nonmigratory and widespread forest raptor. It ranges across the Boreal forests from Alaska to Newfoundland, and south into forests of the Great Lakes, and montane regions of the Appalachian, Cascade, Sierra Nevada, Rocky Mountain, and Sierra Madre Occidental.

Keywords: Northern Goshawk, Accipiter gentilis, raptor

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Bayard de Volo, Shelley 2008. Genetic studies of Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis): genetic tagging and individual identification from feathers, and determining phylogeography, gene flow and population history for Goshawks in North America. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University. Thesis. 133 p.

 


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