Invisible Connections

Invisible Connections : Why Migrating Shorebirds Need the Yellow Sea

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Each year, invisible to the naked eye, millions of migrating shorebirds fly from Australasia to the tidal flats of the Yellow Sea. The migration route encompasses 22 countries and is home to over 50 million migratory waterbirds
from over 250 different populations, including 28 globally threatened species. International cooperation is essential to maintain an unbroken chain of habitats to support these global travellers and their need for stopover sites to rest and refuel along their flyway.
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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 228 x 285 x 10.16mm | 635.03g
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0643096590
  • 9780643096592
  • 1,300,647

About Phil Battley

Danny Rogers is a shorebird biologist for the Arthur Rylah Institute (Department of Sustainability and Environment, Australia). Phil Battley is a zoology lecturer in the Ecology Group at Massey University, New Zealand. Brian MacCaffery has studied Arctic-breeding birds for three decades. He worked for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge for 20 years. Jan Lewis lives in Broome, NW Australia and has close connections to Broome Bird Observatory and the research work undertaken in Roebuck Bay. Theunis Piersma is an evolutionary biologist and leads research teams at the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ) and the University of Gronigen. Jan van de Kam is a Dutch wildlife photographer with a lifetime's experience of photographing, filming and writing about plants, landscapes and animals, and an extensive list of publications to his name.
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