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AOS 2018, Tucson

I had a great time visiting SE Arizona (where I grew up) for the 2018 AOS meeting! I presented on the first chapter of my dissertation focused on identifying genomic differentiation in the northern flicker complex. Look out for the July issue of The Auk: Ornithological Advances to learn more!

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Additionally, I got to introduce my lab group to my family and birding in SE Arizona prior to the start of the conference. My parents were kind enough to host our group at their house in the foothills of the Huachuca Mountains!

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The extended Lovette Lab group in my parents’ backyard in Sierra Vista, AZ

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