BIRD NEWS: many Arctic Shorebird Populations in Precipitous Decline, Locating Where the Problems Lay


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By Alex Wierbinski - Posted on 20 November 2017

 

 

BIRD NEWS 

"...many Arctic Shorebird Populations in Precipitous Decline."

Locating Where the Problems Lay

Study pinpoints arctic shorebird decline,
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY, November 20, 2017.


"...many Arctic shorebird populations in precipitous decline." Their question is, "Why," which leads to where. So these scientists monitored breeding sites for disruptions.

Yet the Alaskan breeding sites all look good. The birds that migrate South in America look OK, while those that fly the East Asian-Australasian, who depart Alaska for Asia, are not doing well.

 

 

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