Less familiar to residents of the US and Canada are several junco groups that inhabit the highlands of Mexico and Central America. In this segment, researchers from around the world travel to remote high elevation habitats to study unique junco groups. They explore the concepts of endemism, geographic isolation, and the role of genetic data in classifying species. Part of Ordinary Extraordinary Junco (Chapter 4).
Ordinary Extraordinary Junco: Remarkable Biology From A Backyard Bird!
Say Hello To The Junco
Pioneers In Science: Rowan And The Junco
Appalachian Spring: Long-Term Studies At Mountain Lake
Diversification I: The Dark-Eyed Juncos
Diversification II: South Of The Border
The Mysterious Juncos Of Guadeloupe Island
Evolution-In-Action: The Campus Juncos At UC San Diego
What We Can Learn From The Junco