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Isotope Fingerprints in Feathers Reveal Songbirds' Secret Breeding Grounds

00:00 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | The Laboratory Manager

Myrtle warblers breed across much of Canada and the eastern United States, but winter in two distinct groups—one along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, another along the US Pacific Coast

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